Master's Pub April 19: Rick Kupchella Explains Why he Had to Adapt or Die

From BringMeTheNews:

In a new article entitled “Why I had to Adapt or Die”, BringMeTheNews founder and CEO Rick Kupchella writes that, “In the end – when you think about it – there’s really no rational argument for the 5 o’clock news anymore, short of wanting to tune in to see your favorite local personalities. If there’s something you really want to know – you can find it pretty easily on your phone.”

That’s part of the reason the veteran TV news journalist decided to leave a successful career in broadcasting and launch a new company in 2009. Today, BringMeTheNews continues to grow, as staff journalists comb through thousands of headlines a day in order to deliver the most relevant news to the people of Minnesota.

Rick Kupchella, founder of BringMeTheNews, will discuss the company’s first three years, and his transition from Emmy Award-winning TV news anchor to entrepreneur at next week's Master's Pub. The event will be held Friday, April 19, from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. Current Opus College of Business graduate students and alumni attending the event are encouraged to bring colleagues or friends considering a graduate business degree to experience the unique St. Thomas atmosphere and community. The event if free but please register in advance.

Also next week, on Wednesday April 17, our next Master’s Connection will feature Cecily Sommers, a global trends analyst that helps organizations understand emerging ideas that are shaping society. Her talk is titled, “The Art of Reinvention” and she will focus on how to find a “good fit” and the right opportunities.

This event will take place in Opus Hall 201 and registration is required. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door.