Spotlight: Apprenticeship Marketing with Brad Voeller of DCI

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“What we’re seeing is increasingly white collar jobs are very skill based and they require this hands on sort of development that comes from getting your hands dirty with it… College graduates are disenchanted when they realize that college isn’t the ticket to the middle class.”   – Brad Voeller I remember my grade school and high school textbooks. They were … Read More

MediaTech Ventures Partners with Founder Institute in Austin

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Founder Institute, a 9 year veteran in the startup accelerator world, is launching their first chapter in Austin, October of 2017. What makes Founder Institute so unique, is their affiliation with the local startup and innovation culture, and ability to create immediate value. With graduates like Udemy and Pethub, over 20,000 jobs created, and over half a billion dollars raised, … Read More

Video Gaming on Fire

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It was in the earliest days of our conceptualizing what MediaTech Ventures would become, that we shared an insight to a specific media vertical that we believed might indicate from where funding for other media might come.  That thought, that though most forms of media production seemingly struggle to find funding, videos games were finding interests through corporations. The video game … Read More

Video Didn’t Kill the Radio Star, It Just Gave It a New Platform

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Every startup has a plethora of obstacles standing between itself and funding. Competition is high, and getting noticed is a big hurdle to jump. Recently, we got together to discuss video and how it relates to startups. We brought together a panel of video production professionals to discuss how startups can utilize video, from where they can bring them the … Read More

Does Facebook Matter to Musicians?

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I’ve been asked this question a few too many times too lately, posed in a variety of ways… Our fans (demographic) aren’t on Facebook, why would we bother? Facebook advertising doesn’t work for musicians, does it? We tried using it and are audience just isn’t there, it isn’t worth the time What struck me to write up a thought here … Read More

Publishing Jobs: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying & Love the Gig Economy

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  No industry has seen as much rapid change as the publishing industry since the turn of the century.  The largest online bookstore in 1999 is now the largest online ebook store – and physical bookstores are endangered. Just this month SELF magazine has joined a growing trend of magazines leaving the physical realm for the electronic completely. A few … Read More