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NYC/NJ
Managing Editor, Accounting Today
Covers:  accounting profession, mergers & acquisitions, personal finance, arts and culture, trending conversations, music, books

A multimedia journalist experienced in hosting, reporting, writing and editing for broadcast, online and print.

Tamika Cody's Biography

For the last 14 years I've developed my skills to brand my self as a well rounded multimedia journalist. I've had the opportunity to work in a number of mediums, including:

  • Podcast host and producer
  • Writing daily stories for a financial news website
  • Contributing stories for a monthly financial publication
  • One-man band reporter/video journalist
  • Voice overs; and,
  • Blogging

Currently, I am a managing editor covering the accounting ...

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What was your first job as a journalist?

Video news editor for the Columbia, S.C. NBC news affiliate WIS-TV

Have you ever used a typewriter?

Yes. More than 20 years ago...

How is social media changing news?

Social media has given news seekers and newsgatherers so many different platforms to turn to. The amount of information that is circling about can be overwhelming, even for the best of the best journalists. At the end of the day we still have a huge responsibility to make sure we report the facts and get back to good old investigative journalism.

Artz of Culturez: Art Tip Tuesday

Jul 28, 2015

Numbers don't lie... readers enjoyed Art Tip Tuesday. It's time to bring it back. Here's what's been written. artzofculturez.com/search/label/A…

Building Your Art Career Pt. 5

artzofculturez.com — I get it. You need to lock yourself away and create series of work for that next exhibition. Just be careful not to become a hermit in the process. It's still important that you come up for a breather every once in a while.

Building Your Art Career Pt.4

artzofculturez.com — W henever you set out to do anything it's ideal to have a list of goals in place. This holds true for your art career and it doesn't matter if you are a painters, writer, sculptor, actor, filmmaker, producer or a singer...you all should have short and long-term goals to strive for.
Jul 28, 2015

Turns out that a lot of readers enjoyed Pt.4 of Setting Your Goals for Your Art Career. artzofculturez.com/2014/06/buildi…

Building Your Art Career Pt. 3

artzofculturez.com — I t's another installment of Art Tip Tuesday. As I mentioned in the first post of Art Tip Tuesday, I found an abundance of information from artist and curator, Rhonda Schaller, which I figured I share with you. This week's tip: Take a business course for artists .

Art Tip Tuesday: Building Your Art Career Pt. 2

artzofculturez.com — Recently I introduced Art Tip Tuesday. After observing the multicultural art world for the last three months, I've noticed that multicultural artists are still under represented. Your works are not being shown side by side the European and white American artists in reputable art galleries.

Art Tip Tuesday: Building Your Art Career Pt. 1

artzofculturez.com — I t's been three months since I started educating myself on the art world. The one thing that I've noticed is that some multicultural artists are still struggling to get their art work through the doors of art galleries.
Jul 28, 2015

I think it's time to bring back Art Tip Tuesdays first up Building Your Art Career Pt. 1 artzofculturez.com/2014/05/art-ti…

Money Method: Financial Habits

artzofculturez.com — A breakthrough study in financial behavior, or Behavioralogy, shows that people repeat their financial behavior in a highly predictable manner based on the state of the economy. The study, conducted by Dr. Dan Geller - a behavioral finance scientist and the author of Money Anxiety, found that people repeated their financial behavior in each of the economic cycles during the last 50 years.

Fashion Friday: Vintage Purse Sighting

artzofculturez.com — You see this leather hobo purse on this woman's shoulder? Well, I fell in love with it. Unfortunately, it's not available in stores anymore. Turns out, Kim bought it at an estate sale for $5 somewhere in Florida. I've never gone to an estate sale because I always thought the items were going to be priced way out of my range.

Behind the Canvas: Raphael Rapior

artzofculturez.com — Portrait photographer, Raphael Rapior, sold nearly everything he owned to make his journey from Germany to New York City's art scene. He even sold his most prized possession - his camera. However, Rapior's passion to snap faces of the living isn't driven by a big payday, he's inspired by by his younger brother.

Empty-Nest Chronicles: Financial Literacy 101

artzofculturez.com — My son has officially graduated from high school and is on his way to college in August. But before I send him off to soar around the adult world I took him to our local bank to open a checking and savings account in his name.
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Aug 03, 2015

Wow! I'm surprised that the marijuana community haven't made Muddy Waters' Champagne & Reefer their theme song to th… spoti.fi/L1aF3C

Aug 03, 2015

Don't forget the power, emotion and the story of The Blues! ♫ spoti.fi/12KmlVO

Aug 03, 2015

There's an Outbreak of Legionnaires' Disease in the South Bronx. What is NYC doing to alert residents? wnyc.org/story/city-ide… via @WNYC

Aug 03, 2015

RT @Poynter: The typewriter, the photo transmitter, the dial-up modem. What other sounds has the newsroom lost? poynter.org/news/mediawire…

Aug 03, 2015

RT @VICE: I Dressed Like an Idiot at Fashion Week to See How Easy It Is to Get Street-Snapped bit.ly/ZrwOWA pic.twitter.com/Zg1z4eoNml



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