Economist and part-time faculty member Max Fraad-Wolff was recently on Bloomberg TV to discuss the future of Twitter after their first earnings report was released. When asked whether ad revenue growth or user growth was more important for twitter’s future earnings, Fraad-Wolff responds “ad revenue growth is unambiguously more important.”
Category Archive: Media
Milano students who took Professor Nerina Penzhorn’s Fall 2013 course Producing Short Form Documentaries learned how to create compelling, short documentaries on various subjects of their choosing. Follow the link to watch “Picture Freedom,” “Fashion is a Country,” and “The Housing Circus.”
Video documentaries encourage students to think critically about issues that affect our community. Recently, Milano International Affairs student Jessica Souza profiled the Corbin Hill Food Project (CHFP). “CHFP has had film pieces produced on what we do by media outlets from the New York Times to ABC. I find this piece special,” says Milano Management professor and Corbin Hill Farm founder Dennis Derryck.
The Julien J. Studley Graduate Program in International Affairs presents a discussion with former World Bank Urban Sector Leader Fitz Ford. Fitz Ford gave a presentation on emerging internet based systems which have promising potential to make Governments more effective and the Governed more knowledgeable about, and effective participants in services designed to benefit them. …