Street Beat

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.
Street Beat: Black History MonthAmyre Makupson hosts a special edition.
Love Grows Here Is Supporting WomenLove Grows Here is a non-profit organization providing support to low income and at-risk pregnant women and their infants by supplying them with essential goods. This week I was able to talk to Kenneth Snapp who is the project manager of the organization.
Enjoy Detroit Aims To Revitalize Detroit
Young Entrepreneurs Featuring Raw Impact
Motor City Black Age of Comics ConventionAfrican American kids and young adults will see comic book characters that look like them during the “Motor City Black of Age Comics” convention
Street Beat: 'Go Red For Women'This week on Street Beat, AMP Radio’s Roxanne hosts the show and talks to Sharyl Smith, the vice president of the American Heart Association’s “Detroit Go Red For Women” Campaign, about heart health for women.