Street Beat: Employment And Entrepreneurship OpportunitiesThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani looks at programs improving employment and entrepreneurship in Michigan.
Street Beat: Health ConcernsThis week on Street Beat, host Karen Carter checks out an assortment of medical concerns that may impact viewers.
Street Beat: Fathers And MentorsThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani learns about the importance of male role models in a young child’s life.
Street Beat: Crime PreventionThis week on Street Beat, host Amyre Makupson talks about crime and crime prevention with author Shaka Senghor.
Street Beat: Foster CareThis week on Street Beat, host Lisa Germani looks at some of the different programs that benefit children in foster care.
Former Detroit TV Anchor Now Pastor Frank Turner Preaches Acceptance, Addresses Anti-Semitic RumorsIn part one of our exclusive interview with former news anchor Frank Turner. Host Edmon Armstrong sits down with Frank to discuss topics like: drug addiction, Homophobia, and retribution. Join us Now!
The Five First Jobs Everyone Has Before Their Real Career BeginsWe all have to start somewhere, here are your five first jobs. Presented by CW50.
Michigan Ink.On today's web exclusive, we're talking about tattoos and the growing popularity of body art in the workplace.
Five College Do'sToday’s video is a quick guide on the five "do’s" to make your college experience much easier.
Five College Don'tsMy name is Edmon Armstrong and I am here to talk to you about the five College Don’ts to make your college life so much easier.
Local Broadcast Legend Shares Advice For Young JournalistsWith an outstanding career in broadcast news, this award-winning journalist is no stranger to the camera. Amyre Makupson is a well know Detroit broadcaster. Throughout her 27-year career, Makupson had the chance to get to know so many people and report on many stories about the city of Detroit.
Street Beat: Training The Workforce & EntrepreneursOn Saturday, June 27th, Street Beat host Rob Stone learns about the need to have a well-trained workforce as well as a well-trained corps of entrepreneurs.