TEDxAlbany — the local, independently-organized version of the TED talks series — is set to return to Overit in Albany December 1.
By: Greg Dahlmann
Understanding whether or not you’re achieving these goals and how you can improve can only come from the perspective of your customers. This is why surveying your client base is incredibly important. Conducting a survey can give you an accurate measurement of how your customers feel, and shows them that you value their feedback.
By: Ian Landsman
The Problem Gambling Training Partnership conference kicked off Thursday morning. About 150 people filled the theater Thursday morning to learn about New York state’s legislation and regulations on casinos, as well as background on the concept of problem gambling.
By: Brett Samuels
Students returned Tuesday to the classrooms of Green Tech High Charter School in Albany. There are your typical classes of Math, Science, and English but one of its most important courses is business.
By: Jon Dougherty
Jaime Costello is the director of training, prevention, and special programs with the New York Council on Problem Gambling, which serves as the administrative body for the NY Problem Gambling Training Partnership.
By: Lauren Halligan
Cooper Rose, 11, is playing the part of Freddy the drummer in the Consortium Actors’ production of The School Of Rock Musical at Siena College this August. The show is the result of over 50 Capital Region musicians, crew members and actors, according to a press release.
By: Cady Kuzmich
We caught up with Brain Hartman from Appolo Heating and Cooling on Friday, while was fixing an air conditioner in Watervliet.
Meet sonoro audio, a German audio system purveyor known for its beautiful design and quality sound. Found in hotels like the St. Regis, Hopper, Roomers, and W Hotels, sonoro is quickly establishing itself as a must-have on a five-star checklist.
By: Lulu Chang
One local boy is taking his talents to the big stage with a role in “School of Rock: The Musical”. Jayden Wojcik, 11, of North Greenbush will have a role in several performances at Siena College, in the Foy Hall Beaudoin Theatre.
By: Nicholas Buonanno
Every cast member in Consortium Actors’ staging of “School of Rock: The Musical” is under 19 years old. The play, which makes its Capital Region premiere this week, features students from School of Rock Albany, a local music school for youths and teenagers.
By: The Times Union: Good Things to do for the week ahead
Since he was five-years-old, Joey Pettinato has battled Tourette Syndrome, but he doesn’t battle empty handed. Whenever Pettinato picks up his guitar, his symptoms disappear. Now, at 16-yeard-old, he is about to make the biggest deal of his life. Pettinato, known by his stage name of “JJ Savage”, is about to sign his first contract with Overit Studios in Albany.
By: Jenny Caulfield
Consortium Actors is teaming up with Siena College and School of Rock Albany on an ambitious stage project. The groups will be presenting the Capital District premiere of the “School of Rock Musical” in a week, and nothing was spared while preparing for the show.
By: Kassandra Parisi
Cooper Rose (11, Clifton Park) and Jayden Wojcik (11, North Greenbush) are students at School of Rock Albany and will be performing in School of Rock: The Musical this summer at Siena College. Here are a few facts about them, their lessons, performing roles and hobbies. Be sure to catch School of Rock: The Musical at Siena College on August 12 – 21, 2016!
By: Debra Ross
This could be some quality design nerding: Overit in Albany will be screening the new documentary Design Disruptors Tuesday (July 26) at 6 pm (snacks start at 5:30 pm). A local panel discussion will follow. It’s free (though an RSVP is required).
No matter the reason, it’s no longer an option to ignore customer service via social media channels – the time to implement a social customer service strategy is today.
By: Ian Landsman
The Daily Gazette, Proctors Theater in Schenectady and Overit Media of Albany are part of the new venture called The Alt.
By: Brian Shields
“The retail space has dipped their toe in AR briefly. For instance, Ikea used AR so customers could see how a couch would look in their living room, or if that color rug would work with their room design,” Joe Arcuri, director of product and user experience at Overit, said.
By: Adam C. Uzialko
The Daily Gazette is contributing 40 percent of the $400,000 required to start the paper, while partners Proctors and Overit, an internet marketing company, are investing 30 percent each.
By: Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs
Now the Alt, a new publication, seems poised to takes its place. The new weekly is currently in development, with The Daily Gazette, Overit and Proctors collaborating on the new venture.
The Daily Gazette is launching an alternative weekly newspaper in partnership with Proctors and Albany-based web company Overit that will focus on arts and entertainment in the Capital Region.
By: Haley Viccaro