Creativity: Endless and Impossible

We live in a time where jobs in the creative world are basically endless, while – at times – almost impossible to find. With endless access to literally anything you need at our fingertips, people have been given an outlet to create and share on a level that keeps expanding. On top of the familiar […]

The Mental Illness Happy Hour Podcast

 The Mental Illness Happy Hour, is a weekly hosted  audio podcast hosted by Paul Gilmartin, which consists of interviews with artists, friends and doctors. The series was created in March, 2011 and is still continuing to produce new content. Each episode is ranges from 34 minutes – 2 hours 30 minutes. On average, each podcast […]

How Blockbuster Failed to Adapt

Before streaming services dominated the media consumption market, brick-and-mortar stores existed where people could go to rent DVDs and VHS tapes. In 1977, the first video-rental store was opened. Video rental stores quickly grew in popularity and became a massive revenue source for the movie industry. And “by 1992, Blockbuster was the undisputed video-rental leader” […]

Is it Worth it?

While attending school, one of the main objectives that individuals’ seek is to be able to apply what he/she has learned to the world. On top of that, being able to make a profit for doing something that one enjoys, is even better. While the world evolves, the expansion of what is learned in a classroom […]

“America for Sale!” or Japan was Engaging in Normal Mass Media Strategy but the U.S. is Racist

At the start of the 90’s, Hollywood was facing a crisis. For a long time, Hollywood had been alone (or at least thought it was alone) as a giant in the film industry, untouched by outside forces. Hollywood had become as American as apple pie. And yet, companies from across the globe were beginning to […]

AT&T and Time Warner: Attack of the Corporate Giants

If you consume your current events and worldly affairs with a hint of humor and sarcasm, than you may have heard of a man named John Oliver. In Sn 4 Ep 24 of his show, Last Week Tonight, which aired on September 24, 2017, he addresses the rise in corporate mergers which makes big business […]