Urban Advantage Podcast: The Voice of UNT Dallas

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Benjamin Bullock of the University of North Texas at Dallas and Greg Campbell of Rainmaker, Inc., co-host a new Dallas-based podcast that is distributed via Facebook, iTunes, YouTube and SoundCloud. Titled Urban Advantage, Bullock and Campbell’s thoughtful podcast is the official voice of UNT Dallas, covering campus news and events, along with highlighting the positives of southern sector of Dallas.

New to Big D, Bullock is the Senior Marketing & Communications Coordinator for UNT Dallas. A graduate of Delaware State University and the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Bullock career includes stops at ESPN, UMKC, Delaware State and most recently – the Louisiana State University Sports Network.

Campbell, meanwhile, is one of the most highly accomplished businessmen and entrepreneurs in Dallas. With of 30+ years of business experience, Campbell is the CEO of Rainmaker Inc. His background spans many industries, including food and beverage, healthcare, distribution, real estate and education. A native of Bronx, N.Y, Campbell is a two-time Ivy League graduate, receiving his bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and MBA from the Harvard Business School.

Urban Advantage is recorded in the UNT Dallas radio studio. For more information, please email the UNT Dallas Marketing Communications department at untd-omc@untdallas.edu.

Be sure to subscribe to the #UrbanAdvPodcast on iTunes or at the UNT Dallas Youtube channel.

Urban Advantage Podcast

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

What is so "Unique" About UNT Dallas SGA President and Expressing Your Voting Voice.

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

In the second episode of the Urban Advantage Podcast, UNT Dallas student, presidential scholar and entrepreneur TJ "The DJ

Sunday, September 9, 2018

In the first episode of the Urban Advantage Podcast, co-hosts Benjamin Bullock and Greg Campbell welcome UNT Dallas President, Bob Mong, as the special guest. Bullock and Campbell also discussed the great Aretha Franklin and what she meant to society.