Live Streaming Story: How to Share Events with Your Cross-Country Team [Venture for America]

September 01, 2016

Here's the story of how Venture for America, a national nonprofit based in New York City, made it's events accessible to it's team members across the country.

Growing pains are bound to surface for any business on the rise.

Though they can induce changes that catapult an organization onto its next phase of success, growth can also test its core spirit and even lead to its demise. If not managed properly, alignment, transparency, and identity are all at stake.

To successfully absorb these pains and use them to their advantage, companies must experiment with various solutions, hoping that the path they’ve chosen is the one that works best.

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Live Streaming Story: How to Build a Student Broadcast Program [Saint Ignatius High School]

June 02, 2016

Here's the story of how Saint Ignatius High School in Cleveland, OH built a broadcast program for their students.

“Follow a passion.”

That’s what high school students navigating the complex college admission process are often told by parents, advisors and mentors who insist that pursuing a passion is what will bring them success.

These days, however, students are often so committed to their schoolwork, part-time jobs, and involvement in athletics and the arts that they have minimal time and experience to pursue a dream career.

There is the occasional exception, however. And Brendan Gulick, a 2009 graduate of Saint Ignatius High School in Cleveland is quite an exception. 

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