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Radio Recap: The Entertainment Gap

Earlier this year, Academy Award Best Actress-winner, Frances McDormand, said two words that shook up Hollywood: “Inclusion Rider.” To further highlight Hollywood’s inequality problem, two studies from the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of Journalism came out this year, both re-confirming the fact that Tinseltown is still predominantly “pale and male.” But the problem doesn’t end onscreen or behind [Read More]

Radio Recap: The Entertainment Gap

Earlier this year, Academy Award Best Actress-winner, Frances McDormand, said two words that shook up Hollywood: “Inclusion Rider.” To further highlight Hollywood’s inequality problem, two studies from the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of Journalism came out this year, [Read More]

Radio Recap: Science Fair—The Documentary

“Seven million compete but only one will win.” That’s the premise of Cristina Constantini and Darren Foster’s award-winning documentary, Science Fair. Science Fair follows nine children around the world on their journey to Intel’s International Science and Engineering Fair—otherwise known as [Read More]

Radio Recap: Digital Knowledge Management

Once upon a time a business website was the centerpiece of a consumer’s digital experience. Now 73% of traffic is happening offpersonal websites. Search engines, maps, directories, voice, and chat interfaces have created a new channel where customers can engage with [Read More]

Radio Recap: Partnering Up

William Procter and James Gamble, Henry Wells and William Fargo, Ben and Jerry, Penn and Teller — these are just a few successful business partnerships— and they’re all men. But partnerships provide an underutilized and effective tool for female-run startups [Read More]

Radio Recap: The Entertainment Gap

Earlier this year, Academy Award Best Actress-winner, Frances McDormand, said two words that shook up Hollywood: “Inclusion Rider.” To further highlight Hollywood’s inequality problem, two studies from the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of Journalism came out this year, both re-confirming the fact [Read More]

Radio Recap: Self-Made Women

Paul Slipper's Self-Made Woman installation What does it mean to be “self-made”? Forbes magazine has been receiving all sorts of opinions on the matter after featuring Kylie Jenner as the youngest “self-made billionaire” on its cover. Everyone from her sister, Kim Kardashian, [Read More]

Radio Recap: Venture Capital by the Experts

Jay-Z, Madonna, Kobe Bryant and Ellen DeGeneres are just a few big names who’ve made waves in venture capitalism. Nowadays it’s not uncommon to see Olympic athletes setting up incubation funds, baseball legends investing in video conferencing services, rappers funding seed-stage tech, and heavyweight [Read More]

Radio Recap: LGBT Business Enterprises

Happy Pride Month! New York City’s 50thannual Pride March celebrated the LGBTQ+ community with over 40,000 marchers and 100 floats, all celebrating this year’s theme, Defiantly Different. The NYC Pride co-chair said the theme was showcasing the power in all the defiantly different LBGT [Read More]

Radio Recap: The Entertainment Gap

Earlier this year, Academy Award Best Actress-winner, Frances McDormand, said two words that shook up Hollywood: “Inclusion Rider.” To further highlight Hollywood’s inequality problem, two studies from the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of [Read More]

Radio Recap: Black Women Talk Tech

Black women are the leading sector of business starters in the US yet of all the venture capital distributed, 10% of funds go to non-white male founders with only .2% going to black female founders. [Read More]

Radio Recap: #MeToo & the Workplace

From standup comedy to tech to Hollywood, and just about every industry in-between, have all been affected by #MeToo—and with the outstanding number of those who’ve experienced sexual harassment it’s no wonder why. In February, [Read More]

Radio Recap: ADHD & Entrepreneurship

What do Virgin founder Sir Richard Branson, celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, actress Whoopi Goldberg, and brokerage founder Charles Schwab all have in common? They’re all successful entrepreneurs living with adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD. [Read More]

Radio Recap: The Rise of Long Form Content

In an era when attention spans are shorter than ever, long-form content is making a comeback. Whether it’s in the theater, on the sofa, or at a desk, creators are asking audiences to stay in [Read More]