Tattoos have become less taboo in the workplace in recent years, and some businesses have become more understanding towards hiring people with tattoos. On Point reports on the impact of the acceptance of tattoos in society with Kathouse Inc. Tattoo owner Cooper, his apprentice Brian, and restaurant owner Juan Gomez.
Streaming music services like Spotify and Pandora are rapidly changing the music industry; physical formats are becoming obsolete, and radio is becoming digital. On Point reports on the past, present and future of the music industry with CSUN Journalism Professor Scott Brown and DASH radio DJ Dean Perez.
CSUN celebrates the 46th anniversary of the Africana Studies Department and hosts a Black Lives Matter Symposium & Workshop. On Point reports with CSUN Black Male Initiative president Wesley Williams and the Africana Studies Department's Dr. Aimee Glocke.
The United States is one year away from electing its next president, and the leading candidates, Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump and Ben Carson, are all trying, in one way or another, to sell themselves to voters as 'outsiders'. On Point reports on the outsiders in the presidential campaign with CSUN Political Science Professor Tyler Hughes, Los Angeles Valley College History Professor Michael Powelson, and Pierce College Political Science Professor Denise Robb.