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 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 their 2 year program earning a 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.