Inaxxs Music Business Conference with Founder Andre Mullen by Roger Maloney


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Today, I had the opportunity to interview the founder of the Inaxxs Music Business Conference which is happening in New York City on July 24th and July 25th.   The Inaxxs Music Business Conference (IMBC) is dedicated to instructing Christian music professionals, artists, and supporters of Christian music on vital and essential business keys and principles so they can create a sustainable business within the industry. So enjoy this one on one interview with the Founder of the Inaxxs Music Business Conference Mr.Andre Mullen.


Roger- What inspired you to create the Inaxxs Music Business Conference?

Andre– The Inaxxs Music Business Conference came after two conversations I had with my Pastor who knew my desire for artists to be empowered through knowledge. He encouraged me on two separate occasions to put the conference together and it wasn’t until the second time that he said it that I actually said that I would consider it.  Then, a few weeks later, my business partner, Manuel, who lives in Miami, and I were talking about some of the issues we see in the music industry – the Christian side in particular. Some of our observations were funny and as we’re both laughing, I unknowingly said, “You know, that’s why there should be a conference on the business so that we don’t laugh at things like this.” Manuel agreed and I just surrendered to the thought. LOL!


Roger-  Who are some of the guest speakers that will be there and why did you choose them?
Andre- Well, when we started talking about the conference, I was really serious about making sure that it wasn’t like any other conference. We wanted speakers that could and would inspire the attendees. Our keynote speaker,  Andre Taylor, is a business coach, author, and reknown speaker at many Fortune 500 events. Ariel Hyatt is a social media strategist who has worked with independent artists for more than 2 decades and runs Cyber PR. We have Derek Webb, co-founder and president of NoiseTrade, the site that boasts hundreds of thousands of artists that distribute their music for free in exchange for fan data. Film producer and founder of New York’s Ocktober Film Fest Emelyn Stuart will also be speaking. We also have Emmy award winning composer Michael Whalen and entertainment attorney Joyce Dollinger. All of these people were picked because we have heard them speak and/or they have compelling stories/testimonies that will inspire and activate attendees.


Roger- Tell me about your background within the entertainment business?

Andre- I have been involved in the music industry – both mainstream and Christian – for close to 15 years and 8 years in brand development and product placement via a media company that I co-founded with my business partner Manuel called FNF Media Group. With FNF Media Group, we had interests in radio, internet, and television. We left the business for a year while Manuel received a kidney transplant and needed to recover, only to discontinue the brand and create The Inaxxs Group. The Inaxxs Group really speaks to our talents as brand developers.

Roger- Why do you think Christian artists need a conference like this in NYC?

Andre– Simply put, any artist that is involved in the music industry should be knowledgeable about the workings of the industry. Unfortunately, too many artists want to be part of the industry without knowing anything about it. How many horror stories have we heard – and still hear – about artists getting ripped off because of bum contracts? In the Christian industry it’s no different. People may not be intentionally ripping them off, but ignorance, miscommunication, and impatience often lead to people being hurt in the end.
In addition, I feel the Christian artist community here in NYC is VERY SCATTERED. It’s sad because there are a lot of great and talented artists out here that I know who’s hearts are for drawing people to the powerful message of The Gospel of Jesus Christ, The Gospel of Grace. There are a lot of hurting people who need to hear what God has put on the heart of these artists and the words that are in their mouths. I want this conference to be the catalyst that will bridge the gaps and bring unity so that we can learn and teach each other.

Roger- What makes this conference so different in your opinion?

Andre- There are a couple of things that makes this conference so different. For starters, it is not a Christian conference. There won’t be a pastor delivering a word, no offering taking up – nothing to make people feel like they have come to a church service. This is a music business conference to teach the Christian music industry. We in the industry don’t have all the answers and who better than those who have some that we obviously don’t have?

Second, this conference is a music business conference. We’re not discussing Christian leadership, discipleship, or responsibility. These are good and their are conferences that do address these. However, we wanted a conference that was going to instruct within the scope of business – an area that many Christian artists are not versed in again because of ignorance or just not wanting to know because it’s intimidating. We wanted to create an environment that that wasn’t the case.

Roger-  Thank you Andre and for more information about the Inaxxs Music Conference go to and on Facebook go to

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Allison Arden VP President, Publisher of Advertising Age with Roger Maloney

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Welcome to Ufront Media Insights;

Today, I had the pleasure of interviewing Allison Arden the VP President & Publisher of Advertising Age.

Ms. Allison Arden serves as Vice President Publisher of Advertising Age.    Ms. Arden has been Publisher of Advertising Age of Crain Communications, Inc. since December 2007 and serves as its Vice President. Ms. Arden oversees all operations for Advertising Age and Creativity magazines in print, online and at events domestically and internationally.

She served as an Associate Publisher of Advertising Age and Creativity, a subsidiary of The Ad Age Group since February 2007. She directed all sales and marketing efforts for Advertising Age, Creativity and all their ancillary properties. Ms. Arden served as General Manager of Interactive and Custom Programs for The Ad Age Group since April 2004, where she helped drive the evolution of The Ad Age Group’s digital product line, including the new Advertising Age online, Madison + Vine, Ad Age China, and e-newsletters like MediaWorks and Ad Age Digital. Ms. Arden oversaw The Ad Age Group’s Custom Programs division, producing such products as iIntelligence, the annual Cable Guide and NY AMA Effie Awards Journal. Ms. Arden first joined The Ad Age Group in 1996 as a Sales Representative. Since joining The Ad Age Group, she served as National Sales Manager of Creativity, Advertising Director of Advertising Age, and Director of Business Development. Ms. Arden was responsible for developing and launching such new products as the Advertising Age Fact Pack, the annual Magazine Guide and’s Marketing Intelligence Center. Prior to Crain Communications, Ms. Arden served on several publications at Miller Freeman Inc., where she served on Cadence Magazine and launched 3D Design Magazine and its website as National Sales Manager since 1994. She serves as a Member of Advisory Board at Ad:tech Expositions Llc. Ms. Arden is a graduate of the University of Maryland College of Journalism. So enjoy my interview with Allison Arden on Ufront Media Insights.

Roger- How did you get your start in the advertising/publishing business which led you to Advertising Age?

Allison– I had no idea what I wanted to do when I went to college and I needed to declare a major. My mom pointed out to me that I loved magazine advertising.   I used to hang it on my walls as art when I was in college and at camp. I didn’t know I could make a career out of it. Once I found my way to Advertising Age it was the perfect blend for me, a great magazine all about a subject that I adored. Since coming to Ad Age, I’ve had eight different roles, always getting to be apart of the new areas we were looking to build.  Ultimately taking this brand into so many different areas has been a gratifying experience.


Roger- Can you talk about some of the things or ideas that allow Advertising Age to grow as a brand?

Allison– Advertising Age, at its core, helps people gets smarter about the ever-changing business of marketing and media, rather than being about any specific platform. Once we embraced that idea, it allowed us to really evolve the brand in so many different ways.  We have done that through the website and our conferences, video, research and much more.  The more we explore the different ways we can be packaging the content and using our expertise to help people get smarter, the more confident we become about the work we are doing.

We recently launched our membership program and what the membership program allows us to do is serve people up content that is specific to their needs on an ongoing basis.   We’re building a product called LOOKBOOK.  The market is so overwhelming and there are so many different areas that people need to get their arms around and so many companies in each of those areas. We created LOOK BOOK as a way of helping people understand the ecosystem and assess all the different partners they could be working with as they charter new areas. And we keep making the products we have better.  Next month we’re relaunching Ad Age’s DataCenter.  It’s been a great resource that was originally digitized versions of print first charts, but now it will be so much easier to navigate with data visualization tools to make the data easier to understand.  We’re constantly looking for ways to leverage our brand to serve the community while also growing our business.

The Book of Doing

The Book of Doing

Roger- What was your inspiration for writing your Book “The Book of Doing”?

Allison The Book of Doing was born out of my own exploration of my passion and what made me happy. We talk about purpose and passion but when you ask someone what they love to do often times they don’t have an answer.    I spent the better part of a year exploring that for myself and exploring the world as if it was my favorite arts and craft project, my favorite activity when I was young.  I did this without fear or expectation, just for exploration, learning and fun.  It led me to begin questioning which of my responsibilities I was doing out of obligation and which I did because I truly enjoyed them.  I started to test things that I have never tested before and found that some things that I thought were impossible were actually quite possible if I simply tried them or attempted a different approach.

I didn’t set out to write a book, but ultimately this act of exploring the world and myself in a new way led me to writing a book and the book led me to an agent and to various publishing companies. There were a bunch of rejections but it also led me to one publisher at Penguin Books who was excited about my message and from there The Book Of Doing was born.  The book is filled with different activities that helped me and others find my way to my own happiness, my creativity and a greater sense of my own purpose. I hope people take it as a way to explore their own lives and find their own joy which in turn will help them to spread joy to others.

Roger- What are some of the brands you think are doing it right?

Allison- Apple is the easy answer, constantly developing new, beautifully designed products that we don’t realize we need and then suddenly can’t live without.  Lady Gaga has done a nice job as a brand, always changing her look and pushing the boundaries, while also using her platform to help young girls build self esteem.   Amazon has done an excellent job of making themselves a daily habit with the Prime membership, and Starbucks has done a phenomenal job of diversifying their product offering, globalizing their brand and creating brand loyalists (I am one!).  They are a great comeback story considering where they were about five short years ago. I was also personally delighted over the holidays by the Salvation Army, bell-ringers were dancing and having fun in a way that was a departure from their traditional brand image.  It made people smile and get attention at a time when so many organizations are fund raising.

Roger- What advice do you have for women who want to work in the advertising field?

Allison– For women trying to get into this business or any business, I definitely encourage you to take chances, be prepared to work hard, explore your creativity and be yourself because we all have something we bring to the table.  I recently saw the movie Cinderella with my children and Cinderella’s mother told her to always be kind and have courage.  This is a simple, but guiding principle.  Eleanor Roosevelt said, “Do something everyday that scares you”.  I find when I’m following this advice I’m pushing myself to be better and grow, and while that can be uncomfortable, it is necessary to breakthrough my own barriers of how far I can go.  We often hold ourselves back more than anyone else.  Success doesn’t happen without perseverance.

Roger – Who are some of the leaders that you admire?

Allison– The historical leaders that inspire me are figures like Winston Churchill, a brilliant and amazing leader who did so much good for so many.  I also love that he took naps, scheduling them into his day and he used painting as a way to de-stress himself.  Especially today, we can learn so much from that.

Eleanor Roosevelt who was born into a life a privilege and had her own struggles but took her position in this world to do good for others.  She always encouraged people to step out of their comfort zone and give their greatest gifts to the world.

I am also fascinated by Albert Einstein. He seems to have had a great appreciation for the importance of both scientists and artists and the idea that you could be both.  If there was one person I would like to sit next to at a dinner party, I think he’d be at the top of my list.

The leaders I admire most today are the ones that understand their responsibility to both run and grow a business, but also take care of the people within that business.  This will become even more important as technology continually inserts itself into our lives leaving less time for people to step away, decompress and restore themselves for their own well being and to reenergize themselves to bring their best to their work and everyone around them. This will be key to leadership as we move forward.

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Karrueche Tran Shoulda RAN!!…From Chris Brown by Lisa Durden

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Hello Everybody I am Lisa Durden  and when I heard about the Iyanla Vanzant Exclusive with Karreuche Tran, my first thought was, Karrueche Tran Shoulda RAN!!…from Chris Brown. She KNEW that two years prior to dating him, he beat the crap out of Rihanna, and a bell didn’t go off in her head!!?? Why!!?? She didn’t see the beat down as a red flag!!?? Why!!?? Did she think he was gonna some how treat her better than he treated #Rihanna!!?? Why!!?? Did she think he had changed!!?? Why!!?? Did she think that he was some how a nicer guy!!?? Why!!?? Did she think that he was miraculously more respectful of women!!?? Why!!?? She was shocked when his sloppy, nasty, dirty, a_s, screwed around on her with Rihanna and various other women!! Why!!?? Did she think he was capable of loving anybody other than himself!!?? Why!!?? She was surprised when that narcissistic ‘motherclucker’ fathered a child, right under her nose and somehow forgot to tell her!!?? Why!!?? What kind of negative attention was this young lady looking for!!?? I mean the questions that were rolling around in my head were endless!! So I was glad that #KarruecheTran, sat down with my girl #IyanlaVanzant for an emotional heart-to-heart #OWN primetime television event, 8pm, Saturday, March 28, 2015. For the first time, Karrueche shared her deeply personal story and her recent high-profile breakup with the singer and baby daddy, #ChrisBrown. When I tell you this was must see TV, if you missed it, I hope you DVR’ed it!!!

Iyanla Exclusive: Karrueche Tran!!

Iyanla Vanzant was on #Fiyaaaah in this interview!! She went in on Karrueche in true “go hard or go home” fashion. Of course not in a mean way; in the Iyanla Vanzant ‘dear heart, lay in my bosom,’ kind of way!! LOL. For those of you who watch #IyanlaFixMyLife, y’all know EXACTLY what I’m talking about!!  However, surprisingly, Karrueche didn’t flinch!! She was tough!! She answered all of the questions very openly and honestly. I was all in!! I didn’t move away from my television to pee, to eat or to drink!! Missing one minute, would be missing a whole lot!!

The Classic Relationship Mistakes karrueche tran made;

I thought it was very eye opening how clueless Karrueche was when Iyanla challenged her about all of the classic relationship mistakes that she made. She sounded as young and dumb as she is!! Making real naïve statements like, “I wanted to love him because that’s what he needs. After four years, I know what he needs.” WOW!! #DISASTER!! Poor little ‘womanchild!!’ This little 5 year old girl (a person between the ages 18-25) doesn’t realize that Chris Brown didn’t need her love!! He needed a doormat!! She was it and he enjoyed walking all over her! Hey maybe I’m wrong!! Maybe he did love her. Who knows!! But the question I would pose to her is, “DO YOU LOVE YOU!!??” Cause that’s all that matters!! The coupe de grace was when she said Chris Brown needed church and yoga. Church and yoga?? That statement made my #BrainBleed so badly I started yelling at the television like she could hear me, “Karrueche Tran, girl, Chris Brown doesn’t need church and yoga!! HE NEEDS TO LIE ON SEVERAL COUCHES!!!” OMG!! Is it me??

Karrueche Tran on her love triangle with Chris Brown:

To make matters worse, Karrueche Tran KNEW that Chris Brown backtracked to Rihanna for a New York minute, but she thought it was a ‘friend thing??’ Really?? She didn’t want to believe that they “getting it in,” because she loved him and he has a sweet side?? Serial killers all have a sweet, loving side, but it doesn’t mean you date them!! LOL. #IJS. Ok, somebody please tell me what that is?? Who thinks that!!?? Do you know?? Cause I sure as hell don’t!! A blind person could see that Chis Brown was having sex with his ex!!  Karrueche even went as far as saying that the affair with the random chick and the baby was a mistake. Karrueche, if you are reading this blog post I want to ask you, “are you a bimbo!!??” Chis Brown creeping on you and making babies, ain’t a mistake!! That’s just some ole sloppy, nasty, disrespectful behavior!! THAT’S IT AND THAT’S ALL!! They even discussed the fact that she thought #ChrisBrown would change!!?? Wake up little girl!! Folks don’t change unless it benefits them!! In my Tamar Braxton voice, #GetchaLife!! Well, at least #karruechetran had the good sense NOT to take it out on the baby momma, like most women do!! That was refreshing to learn.

Wait, Karrueche, did I hear you correctly?? You wanna get married!!?? Karrueche, Karrueche, Karrueche, NOOOO little girl!! NOOOOO!! You don’t need to be thinking about marriage right now!! YOU ARE A FIVE YEAR OLD!! When I heard her say that I wondered, “where the hell are #karruechetran‘s parents?? Was she raised??” Turns out that #karruechetran‘s father was MIA (missing in action) most of her life. I had guessed that!! That’s why she’s hungry for male attention!!  Sounds like she’s looking for a man, any man; to love her. SAD!!

What Karrueche Tran Learned About Oversharing on Social Media

While I do think that Karrueche Tran is a #DISASTER, she did walk away with some valuable life lessons. She now knows that putting her business on social media was a bad move!! Ya think!! Why a grown a_s woman didn’t know that, is beyond me!! As the old saying goes, “a mind is a terrible thing to waste!!” Going forward, #karruechetran has committed to focusing on her career. YES!! Good answer!! That was music to my ears!!  Cause as #ChisRock said, “penis is a bad investment!!” #LMFBAO!! She is very beautiful and seems like a sweet young lady. I’d love to see her act and model. The good news is, she’s young and has time to get it together. Hope she stays on her grind!!

Welp, those were some of my highlights about the #iyanlafixmylife exclusive with Karreuche Tran on #own. If you missed it, no worries, you’ll catch it. It’s cable; shows rerun to death!!  LOL.

Thank you

Lisa Durden

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ONE on ONE with ONE 9 Producer,Director of the NAS documentary TIME IS ILLMATIC with Roger Maloney

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 Welcome to Ufront Media Insights:

I had the opportunity to talk to director/ producer ONE 9.  He is Director/Producer of the hit new documentary TIME IS ILLMATIC ( a documentary about legendary Hip-Hop Artist NAS.

Twenty years after the release of Nas’s groundbreaking debut album ‘Illmatic,’ NAS: TIME IS ILLMATIC takes us into the heart of his creative process.  Returning to his childhood home in Queensbridge, Nas shares stories of his upbringing, his influences — from the music of his jazz musician father Olu Dara to the burgeoning hip-hop scene in New York City — and the obstacles he faced before his major label signing at age 20. Featuring interviews with his ‘Illmatic’ producers (Large Professor, Pete Rock, Q-Tip, L.E.S., and DJ Premier) and musical peers (including Pharrell Williams and Alicia Keys), NAS: TIME IS ILLMATIC is a thrilling account of NAS evolution from a young street poet to a visionary MC.

One9 is a an award winning multimedia artist, director, producer and editor. His clients have included Google, PBS, Viacom, Sony Music, Smithsonian Institution and several non-profit organizations. As an artist One9 was selected by the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York to create an original series of artwork presented to their selected music talent in 2013-2014. Nas: Time is Illmatic is One9’s feature length directorial debut. One9 was born in Washington DC and lives in Brooklyn, New York.  So sit back and enjoy my interview with ONE 9 one of the hottest media producer talents that is here to stay.

Roger– Who are some of the role models you look up to in the media business?

ONE 9-I look at those who are making a difference in lives other than their own using  technology the arts, music or culture to inspire and uplift the community.

Roger–  Name some of the past media projects you worked on or created?
ONE 9- I directed/produced the Nas documentary called Time is Illmatic with Writer/Producer Erik Parker. The film is set to release with a North American concert tour with Nas and go theatrically with a VOD and online push in October.

One9 and Film Crew

Roger–  How did you get started the One9 Series for Music artist at the Barclay’s Center?
ONE 9-I’ve been an artist my whole life. Throughout the years I also learned the game of Chess. Taking risks and developing patience is allot of what art and chess does teaches. You put your energy out there and things happen. It was an honor to get a call  from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn to create custom paintings for the musicians that perform at the arena. The bands can keep the paintings or use them in an silent auction to raise money for their charity. “Contant Elevation Causes Expansion…” Rakim
Roger- How did you get the idea doing the documentary about NAS ILLMATIC ALBUM?
ONE 9- My film partner Erik Parker and I created Time Is Illmatic as a feature length documentary film that delves deep into the making of Nas’ 1994 debut album, Illmatic, and the social conditions that influenced its creation.  We wanted to show a different side of the culture that raises awareness to the conditions that surrounded a youth as he developed into one of the greatest lyricists to bless a microphone.  
Roger-  How did it feel to have the opening night at the TRIBECA film festival with your film?
ONE 9- To open the Tribeca Film Festival in April 2014 was truly an honor especially as a first time filmmaker. We knew the importance of telling the story of our culture that was honest and raw using the film as a tool to inspire future generations. In addition to releasing the film globally we are also in the works of creating an Educational Curriculum that will be used to teach in High Schools and Colleges in 2015.  
Roger- Thank you ONE 9 and for information about ONE9  and the TIME IS ILLMATIC go to @IllmaticMovie and you can reach out on twitter @One9Actual.  Thank you and stay tuned for more one on one interviews on Ufront Media Insights.
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One on One with Cristin Frodella-Head of Global Education Marketing for GOOGLE with Roger Maloney

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Today I had the opportunity interview Christin Frodella who is the Head of Global Education Marketing for Google. She spoke to me about Google’s new platform called Google Classroom.  Google Classroom is a new tool coming to Google Apps for Education.

Classroom weaves together Google Docs, Drive and Gmail to help teachers create and organize assignments quickly, provide feedback efficiently, and communicate with their classes with ease.

It lets students organize their work, complete and turn it in, and communicate directly with their teachers and peers. Classroom was designed hand-in-hand with teachers to help them save time, keep classes organized, and improve communication with students.

Classroom helps teachers create and collect assignments paperlessly. When teachers create assignments, they can choose to share a single document, or automatically make a copy for each student. They can quickly see who has or hasn’t completed the work, and provide direct, real-time feedback.

Classroom automatically creates Drive folders for each assignment and for each student. Students can easily see what’s due on their Assignments page, so they can stay on top of their work. Classroom also lets teachers make announcements and pose questions—improving communication inside and outside of class.

So sit back and watch my exclusive video interview and stay tuned for more one on one interviews on Ufront Media Insights.

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Roger Maloney

One one One with Neil Gaydon President and CEO at SMART Technologies with Roger Maloney


Welcome to Ufront Media Insights;

I had the opportunity to attend  the launch event at the Smart Technologies headquarters in New York City.

The event was a live presentation and discussion about classroom collaboration and the role that technology plays in education and there was panel of experts and technology thought leaders to discuss the Smart amp and other social media platforms.
The panel consisted of such names as:

Clay Shirky – Digital media/digital collaboration theorist
Angela Maiers – Educator/Author/Writer/Speaker
Cristin Frodella — Group Marketing Manager – Education at Google
Warren Barkley – Panel Moderator and CTO of SMART Technologies

Secondly, after the panel discussion and live cross country classroom collaboration of the Smart Amp with students in New York and San Diego.   I had the opportunity to interview Mr. Neil Gaydon the President and CEO of Smart Technologies about The SMART Amp technology and how their technology allows collaboration between schools and students and how this will be the future of learning and education.

Here is a brief bio of Mr. Neil Gaydon:

Neil Gaydon

Neil Gaydon was appointed President and CEO of SMART Technologies in October 2012 and became a director of the Company in February 2013. Prior to joining SMART, Mr. Gaydon was CEO of Pace plc, a technology developer for pay TV and broadband service providers. During his tenure as CEO at Pace, he led the company through a major turnaround resulting in a ten-fold increase in revenues to become the world leader. Prior to becoming the CEO of Pace, he served in numerous executive and senior positions there, including President Pace Americas, which he established and led for five years. Before joining Pace, Mr. Gaydon worked with a number of technology companies in various key roles. Throughout his career, his hallmark has been defining and executing strategy, creating effective structure and changing business culture on a global scale.   Mr. Gaydon is a graduate of Harvard Business School in the Advanced Management Program. His awards include 2009 Institute of Directors ‘Director of the Year’, 2009 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award winner, 2008 TechMARK Personality of the Year as well as leading Pace to three consecutive Queen’s Awards.

So now click on the video and tune into my exclusive interview with Mr. Neil Gaydon President of Smart Technologies as he talks about new the Smart Amp platform and the future of education.

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Roger Maloney

One on One with Mark Coatney SVP of Al Jazeera America with Roger Maloney Part 5

Mark Coatney

In Part 5 with my exclusive interview with Mr. Mark Coatney the SVP of Digital for Al Jazeera America,
Mark gives his thoughts for college students looking to break into the news business today.

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