Molloy Business Channel

The Molloy Business Channel ("MBC") gives business students with strong communication skills the opportunity to get real world experience in business journalism. MBC teaches students how to create, write, report and anchor business stories. Jim Paymar, a former correspondent for CNBC and Business Week heads up MBC!

Best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell, who spoke at Molloy, had some advice to students interested in a career in media. Become as skilled as possible in both accounting and statistics so you can understand financial news and interpret new research.

Don't just think outside the box create your own box at the Molloy Business Channel.  

Video Archives

Discussions

Business Tours

Molloy Business Student, Tim K Molloy Business Student, Kathleen Mitchell Molloy Business Student, Thomas Manfre
Molloy Business Student, Elizabeth Duffy Molloy Business Student, Lanier Mason Molloy Business Student, Christina Gotsis
Click to view Ted Goshman interviewing Tim Klotsche and Christina Gotsis Click to view Ted Goshman interviewing Katie McKenna and Tom Manfree Click to view Christina Gotsis interviewing Tim Klotsche and Tom Manfree

Tim Klotsche and Christina
Gotsis
Analysts, MBC

Katie McKenna and Tom
Manfree
Analysts, MBC

Tim Klotsche and Tom
Manfree
Analysts, MBC

Click to view the Molloy Business Channel Sizzle Reel Click to view the Molloy Business Channel Interviewing Molloy Business Students Click to view the Molloy Business Channel Interview with Ermin Deljanin

MBC Sizzle Reel

Christina Gotsis Interviewing
Molloy Business Students

Lanier Mason, Accounting Internship,
PriceWaterHouse Coopers 

Click to view the Molloy Business Channel Interview with Nicole de la Concha Click to view the Molloy Business Channel Interview with Crag Gendjoian Click to view the Molloy Business Channel Interview Molloy Business Students

Jessica Arnone, Marketing
Internship, Iconix  

Jennifer Wotczak,
Entrepreneurship
Internship, "Let's Order Now

Kathleen Mitchell, Interviewing
Molloy Business Students