Disclaimer: This Website is still under construction, the links to different area of the sites will be filled in as we begin to upload projects to the site.
My name is J.C. Shively. I am a freelance entertainment Disc Jockey, digital artist, blogger, writer, and photographer. I was also a radio broadcaster/personality for http://www.radiofreeappalachia.com covering music and sports. I was also a student journalist for “Career Center News” where I had my own political segment called “The O’Shively Factor” and produced award winning short documentaries for Black History month.
In 2005, I finished my education at Mid-East Career Technology Centers by graduating from there 2 year program earning my certification in Digital Media Production. I went on to work for the Ridge Tool Company for 8 years, including promotions that gave me meaningful experience in the Distribution industry. In 2013, I went back to school at Ohio University where I gained an Associate of Applied Science, Electronic Media with an emphasis in Multimedia, a minor in History and I just finished a Bachelor of Science in Applied Management (B.S.A.M.) to go with those 8 years of experience in industry. I’ve been producing marketing and advertising materials for different people and places, since 2004 where I started creating content for “Da Houze” a teen night club where I was the Disc Jockey.
Currently I am the creator and administrator of multiple websites, social media groups and pages. I designed and write for my multiple websites including Hometown-Multimedia.com, IloveAmericanHistory.org and GuernseyCountyHistory.com. Hometown Multimedia was born from the idea that we can help small businesses create better advertising materials for their Digital Marketing efforts. Our aim here is to not just advertise, but to tell a story. We want to help businesses, people, candidates, create content that people laugh at, are inspired by, and ultimately want to share with other folks. “To Laugh, To Inspire, To Share
If you would like contact me you can send me a message on Facebook here or here.
You can call 740-825-0999 and leave me a message.
You can also send me an email at JS066513@ohio.edu.