Will The FAANGS Stay in the Content Game?

In this episode of Business Battleground, Ashkan Karbasfrooshan continues his breakdown of contemporary media companies and telecommunications firms, and why they are a so-called odd couple. What are FAANG stocks and why are they so important? Why is Ash expanding on the concept by adding an ‘S’ to make it ‘FAANGS’?

Welcome to MojoTV! All the stuff you can’t see on YouTube!

All the stuff you can’t see on YouTube!

Ever wonder what happens to all the videos we can’t show on our YouTube channel? Well…We’ve put it all in one place for your viewing pleasure! Introducing MojoTV… the new TV and mobile app that brings you all the classic WatchMojo videos that we had to take off YouTube, as well as a ton of other exclusive content! It’s easy to find at all of your favourite app stores:

You never know what you’ll see on MojoTV!

What can you find?

In depth horror lists, horrible histories, sexy videos and… other stuff! Lists like…

  • Top 10 Most Violent Celebrity Fights
  • Top 10 Horrific Movie Scenes You Can Never Unsee
  • Top 10 Body Horror Movies
  • Top 10 Crazy Craigslist Horror Stories
  • Top 10 Shocking HBO Scenes
  • Top 10 Games BANNED on Twitch

For all this and more check out the new MojoTV app on AppleTVs, Roku Devices, Amazon Fire Sticks, Android TV and all other iOS and Android mobile devices. 

Media/Telco Odd Couple: Will AT&T Sell Warner Media?

In this episode of Business Battleground, Ashkan Karbasfrooshan tackles important questions surrounding the media business today. Will AT&T sell Warner Media? Why does he consider the duo of media companies and telecommunications firms as ‘odd couples’?

The “One-Man Show” Is The New Normal?

In this episode of Context Is King, Ashkan Karbasfrooshan and Rebecca Brayton explain the ever-popular jack-of-all-trades and the master of none in the workforce. Why are companies looking for the “one-man show”? How could someone balance so many different tasks?

New Study Finds Peak Age of Misery

In this episode of Context Is King, Ashkan Karbasfrooshan and Rebecca Brayton discuss a recent study conducted by Dartmouth College Professor David Blanchflower on the connection between our overall happiness and our age. What is the peak age of misery? Are we becoming more or less satisfied with life as we age?

Check out the Bloomberg article about this study here: https://bloom.bg/2O4udhn

Why Companies Use Employee Monitoring Software

In this episode of Context Is King, Ashkan Karbasfrooshan and Rebecca Brayton debate the merits of companies using employee monitoring software. Should companies consider using these tool to track performance? Does this added layer of accountability help or hinder employees?

Why Succession Won Best Television Series At The Golden Globes

In this episode of Context Is King, Ashkan Karbasfrooshan and Rebecca Brayton discuss how HBO’s Succession managed to snag the Golden Globe for Best Television Series in the Drama category. Why are audiences tuning in to a television show about business and entrepreneurship? Why is Succession the standout this year?

How To Capitalize on eSports/Gaming Revolution

In this episode of Business Battleground, WatchMojo founder Ashkan Karbasfrooshan explains how the gaming industry is undergoing its own revolution, as part of the so-called “New World Order” of media today. What does it mean to invest in eSports, and is it a wise investment decision? Where is the gaming industry headed in 2020?

What Can Entrepreneurs Expect From Investors?

In this episode of Context Is King, Ashkan Karbasfrooshan and Rebecca Brayton discuss what entrepreneurs should anticipate when trying to raise funding and capital from investors. As an entrepreneur, when is the right time to look for investors? What are investors looking for?

Internet Jobs: New Media Up, Journalism Down

In this episode of Context Is King, Ashkan Karbasfrooshan and Rebecca Brayton explain why journalism keeps shifting towards internet-based jobs and why higher education needs to catch up with the times. Is there such a thing as a useless (or useful) degree? How can journalism courses focus more on new media?