This article was written by Kristin DelMuto. She is currently a senior at Salem State University in Salem, Massachusetts. In May 2012 she will be graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Communications. Kristin is very eager to get started in the world. She has always known she would want to be working in the Entertainment industry. She would love to pursue a career in Entertainment and move to Los Angeles, California or New York City. In the past, Kristin has been an intern at Picture This Television, a small production company based in New York City. Currently, she is an intern for Boston’s Hit Music Radio Station, Kiss 108 FM. While she is very open to what field in Entertainment she would like to focus on, the music industry is a number one goal of hers. She does have a little bit of musical background and skills, but since she has not focused on it all of her life she would like to get into the management or publicity part of the industry. She also has experience in film production and broadcasting from school and her internships. If you’d like to follow her on Twitter, her username is @kristindelmuto, where she often tweets about her favorite musical artists and entertainers. She also tweet frequently about her day-to-day experiences at her internship and life in general. Thanks for reading and enjoy!
It was recently discussed on FoxNews.com that the new social media site Pinterest could easily be the new Facebook geared mainly toward women.
Since January, Pinterest has had more traffic than LinkedIn, YouTube, and Google+ combined. It is especially popular with women. The site gives you the ability to share your favorite ‘things’ with your friends and family.
Pinterest has been considered by some to be a ‘cutesy’ way of making an online decorative scrapbook-so this is no surprise why it would be more appealing to women. Also, with its bottomless catalog of hairstyle tips, recipes, and home décor resources, its no doubt that more women would find this more entertaining than men would. According to Pinterest’s Facebook page, 97 percent of ‘likes’ are from women.