Sloan specializes in writing with an authoritative voice for small to medium businesses.
Medicine, Political Science, Journalism, Pharmacology.
Sloan spent two semesters at New College of Florida, honing his research and writing skills in courses on urban planning and comparative politics. He also began his journalism career with an independent radio study taught by an NPR reporter.
Sloan's major of study was political science. Other coursework was in pharmacology, science, and engineering.
Sloan was an associate producer for a local Nashville news station's coverage of the 2011 Country Music Association Awards broadcast on ABC. He also formatted and compiled national entertainment news segments for the station.
He covered breaking news for the station online on weekends, including breaking news immediately following Whitney Houston's death.
In New Mexico, Sloan covered the film industry's ongoing impact in that region and he produced profiles on local filmmakers.
Sloan hosted a political talk show for the public television station in southern New Mexico. He covered local news on state and U.S. legislators for TV, radio and the Web.
While in New Mexico, he interviewed U.S. Senators, Gov. Susana Martinez (R-NM) and high-ranking cabinet members and political pundits. He also covered the development of a multi-state rail hub being built along the Mexico--United States border.
Sloan crafted original stories about a proposed bill to tax food, impact fees on new developments and minimum wage increase in southern New Mexico.
He interviewed Chamber of Commerce leaders, state finance leaders and economists to create well-rounded business features.
One of his latest stories examined spending at Spaceport America, which is situated in one of the poorest areas of New Mexico.
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