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Rabbi Phil Cohen, author of Nick Bones Underground (affiliate link), a “a thought-provoking wild ride through a dystopian New York City,” is the guest on this episode of the Middle Chamber Books and Music Podcast. Cohen’s book was named a finalist in the 2019 National Jewish Book Awards in the Debut Novel category. Nick Bones Underground, the first…
 
In this episode of the Lubetkin on Communications podcast, we have a conversation with Charlie Kratovil, a community activist and award-winning hyperlocal newspaper editor in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Kratovil started the local news website New Brunswick Today, which has broken several exclusive stories, including reports on corruption in the New …
 
Panelists at the September 12 Senior Professionals panel were (from left): Brian Lowe, President & Chief Executive Officer, BML Public Relations; moderator Jon Goldberg, Chief Reputation Architect, Reputation Architects; David Hernandez, co-founder & Managing Partner, lotus 823; and Ken Jacobs, ACC, CPC, Principal, Jacobs Consulting & Executive Coa…
 
Veteran news assignment editor Bob Timms in the Lubetkin Media Companies studio Bob Timms spent more than three decades in the newsroom at Action News, the local news program of the ABC affiliate, WPVI-TV, in Philadelphia. Before that he had a long and productive career in radio and TV news in the Philadelphia South Jersey Market, including positio…
 
Joan Mellen, the author of “Blood in the Water: How the US and Israel Conspired to Ambush the USS Liberty,” is the guest on this episode Our guest on this edition of the Middle Chamber Books and Music Podcast is Joan Mellen, professor emeritus of literature and creative writing at Temple University. Joan is author of Blood in the Water: How the US …
 
The first four podcasts in the “Plan for 100” series feature conversations with retirement and investment experts (clockwise from upper left): Alan Castell; Tom Hegna; Ed Slott; and Dr. Michael Finke. LMC is producing a series of informational podcasts, “Plan for 100,” for AIG Life & Retirement, aimed at educating and empowering Americans to prepar…
 
Employees have limited time to spend with communication, so they are reading less, scanning more and hitting the delete button faster. Visual content, such as infographics, slide shares and photo essays, can capture employees’ attention quickly and convey important content. In this episode of the Lubetkin on Communications Podcast, we feature a con…
 
In this episode of the Lubetkin on Communications Podcast, a conversation with Beth Gordon, president of Accelerate Team Performance, who will be presenting a workshop, “Creating and maintaining high-performance culture during transformational change,” at the IABC Philadelphia Chapter on March 21 in Valley Forge, PA. You can get more information an…
 
LMC’s Professional Podcasts Division produced this podcast of presentations at the New Jersey Bank Marketing Association’s annual economic outlook meeting, held Dec. 6, 2018 in Clark, NJ. The speakers were: TOM MORAN, Editorial Page Editor, New Jersey Advance Media KATHERINE J. LISENO, President & Chief Executive Officer, Metuchen Savings Bank G. G…
 
In this episode of the Lubetkin on Communications Podcast, we present a panel conversation, “Leadership for Ultimate Performance: Yours, Your Organization’s, Your Peers’, Your Team’s,” recorded at the Senior Professionals Group meeting sponsored by the New Jersey Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. The program was recorded November …
 
Editor’s Note: This podcast is the basis for Steve’s 9/26/2018 Compuschmooze column, which appeared in the Jewish Community Voice of Southern New Jersey. As the population ages, assisted living communities and nursing homes around the country are having a more difficult time recruiting workers to provide care for the residents. The employee shortag…
 
In this episode of the Lubetkin on Communications podcast, we chat with Naresh Vissa, CEO of Krish Media Marketing and author of the book, Fifty Shades Of Marketing: Whip Your Business Into Shape & Dominate Your Competition. [spp-player] About the Guest Naresh Vissa is Founder and CEO of Krish Media & Marketing – a full service online and digital m…
 
In this episode of the Lubetkin on Communications Podcast, we present two short panels offered by the New Jersey chapter of the Public Relations Society of America, recorded May 10, 2018 in Rahway, NJ. What’s HOT Panel One- The Art of Storytelling in the Digital Age News – Chris Riotta, Mediaite John Tintera, Business Development Manager, Consultan…
 
In this episode of the Lubetkin on Communications Podcast, we present a panel discussion on leadership held May 2, 2018 by the Senior Professionals group of the New Jersey Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. Appearing on the panel were: Lucia Aurello, executive director, reputation and philanthropy, Novartis Corporation Michael Cher…
 
In this episode of the Lubetkin on Communications Podcast, we present the 2018 Meet the Media panel produced by the New Jersey Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America in cooperation with the New Jersey Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. The program was recorded April 5, 2018 at the Rutgers University Student Center in Pi…
 
In this episode of the Lubetkin on Communications podcast, we present the keynote remarks by Bruce Katz, inaugural Centennial Scholar at the Brookings Institution, from the 2018 New Jersey Future Redevelopment Conference. Our StateBroadcastNews.com news division covered the conference for its own news report and for our content partner, GlobeSt.com…
 
The December 7, 2017 Economic Outlook seminar hosted by the New Jersey Bank Marketing Association featured presentations by Larry Cohen, an economist with SRI in Princeton; Doug Kennedy, president and CEO of Peapack-Gladstone Bank; and Paul Mulshine, opinion writer for the Star-Ledger newspaper. You can hear highlights of their presentations in the…
 
Media relations has been a mainstay of the PR industry for decades, but that’s changing, especially as newsrooms shrink. Companies large and small are now telling their own stories, publishing them on SEO-enhanced online news hubs, and getting bottom-line results. Brand journalism (also known as content marketing) is dramatically changing how we pr…
 
In 1976, Robbie Benson and Glynnis O’Connor starred in a movie version of the 1967 Bobbie Gentry folk classic, “Ode to Billy Joe.” At the time of the movie’s release, I was a student DJ at WMCX-FM at Monmouth University. I was also the “production engineer” for some basement tape recordings my dad made with a musical colleague from Fort Monmouth, N…
 
In 1976, Robbie Benson and Glynnis O’Connor starred in a movie version of the 1967 Bobbie Gentry folk classic, “Ode to Billy Joe.” At the time of the movie’s release, I was a student DJ at WMCX-FM at Monmouth University. I was also the “production engineer” for some basement tape recordings my dad made with a musical colleague from Fort Monmouth, N…
 
Steve was a guest August 29, 2017 on “In the Green Room,” a radio talk show on Internet radio station PANJRadio.com, based in Lambertville, NJ. He talked about his career in radio and print journalism, and discussed the book, The Business of Podcasting: How to Take Your Podcasting Passion from the Personal to the Professional. [spp-player] PA NJ Ra…
 
On this edition of the Middle Chamber Books and Music Podcast, we chat with Texas-based author Terry Beck, whose book, A Train of Thoughts: Forty Years Workin’ on the Railroad, is a collection of stories based on Terry’s 40 years of experience working the Santa Fe Railroad. [spp-player] You can learn more about Terry’s writing on his Facebook page.…
 
Steve appeared on That Business Show 2.0 on June 28 to discuss his book, co-authored with Donna Papacosta, The Business of Podcasting: How to Take Your Podcasting Passion from the Personal to the Professional. That Business Show 2.0 is a web based television show and podcast featuring interviews with entrepreneurs and business professionals from a …
 
On this episode of the Lubetkin on Communications podcast, we present this year’s “Meet the Media” panel, sponsored by the New Jersey Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. The panel was held March 30, 2017 at Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ. [spp-player] The panelists were: Karin Price Mueller, writes the Bamboozled consumer…
 
Harry J. Whittinghill survived the hellish Bataan Death March in 1942 and wrote a memoir about it that his children brought to Brookdale Community College History Professor Paul E. Zigo. Zigo, a retired Army officer and founder of Brookdale’s Center for World War II Studies, worked with Drew University History Prof. John McLaughlin and Marie D. Som…
 
On this episode of the Middle Chamber Books and Music Podcast, our guest is Jessica Rhodes, CEO of InterviewConnections.com, a booking agency for people seeking to be guests on podcasts. Jessica is the author of the just-published Rock the Podcast!, a book that describes how to make podcast guest appearances part of your overall marketing strategy …
 
In this edition of the Middle Chamber Books and Music Podcast, we have a return visit from author Shel Israel, whose latest book with Robert Scoble, The Fourth Transformation: How Augmented Reality & Artificial Intelligence Will Change Everything, discusses how technology to create virtual and augmented realities will transform the way we interact …
 
In this episode of the Trafcom News Podcast, cross-posted from Donna’s podcast site, Donna Papacosta and Steve Lubetkin, co-authors of The Business of Podcasting, discuss some of the business aspects of podcasting, specifically how to work with clients in studio and on location. Show notes The topics discussed in this interview include: the benefit…
 
In this episode of the Lubetkin on Communications podcast, we talk with Mickey Osterreicher, general counsel of the National Press Photographers Association about freedom of the press, constraints imposed by government on the working press, and the challenges facing journalists in the current media environment. Earlier this year, Mickey helped orga…
 
Patrick Jackson was one of the pioneers of what he called “behavioral public relations,” but his untimely death in 2001 at age 68 didn’t stop Jackson Jackson & Wagner, his firm from continuing to work with clients on research-based, analysis-driven public relations programs. Stacey Smith, senior counsel & partner in the Rye, NH-based firm, is our g…
 
In this edition of the Middle Chamber Books and Music Podcast, we speak with Harriet Levin Millan, a creative writing professor at Drexel University, whose first novel, How Fast Can You Run. A novel based on the life of Michael Majok Kuch, will be published October 28 by Harvard Square Editions. Millan is one of the local authors being showcased at…
 
The Middle Chamber Books and Music Podcast continues a special series of interviews featuring local Philadelphia and South Jersey area authors who will be participating in a “meet and greet” event at the Katz JCC in Cherry Hill, NJ on Tuesday, September 13 at 6 p.m. Steve Lubetkin, host of this podcast, and co-author with Toronto podcaster Donna Pa…
 
The Middle Chamber Books and Music Podcast returns with a special series of interviews featuring local Philadelphia area authors who will be participating in a “meet and greet” event at the Katz JCC in Cherry Hill, NJ on Tuesday, September 13 at 6 p.m. Steve Lubetkin, host of this podcast, and co-author with Toronto podcaster Donna Papacosta of The…
 
In this installment of the Lubetkin on Communications Podcast, we present a panel discussion recorded July 12, 2016 at Temple University in Philadelphia. The panel, co-sponsored by the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA), the Society of Professional Journalists, and the Reporters’ Committee for Freedom of the Press, focused on the upcom…
 
On this edition of the Lubetkin on Communications podcast, we chat in-studio with StevieChris and José Rosado, hosts of the Angry Millennial Podcast. The Angry Millennial podcast features Interviews with creatives from all walks of life, dictations of blog posts for the vision impaired + TL;DR crowd, and a peek into the lifestyle of a career creati…
 
In this episode of the Lubetkin on Communications podcast, we hear a panel presentation from the April 28 NJCAMA meeting in Princeton, NJ. At the New Jersey Communications, Advertising, and Marketing Association’s April 28, 2016 event, we heard from dynamic keynote speaker Rocky Romeo about how to promote businesses through power networking. Master…
 
LMC produced a multicamera video of a panel conversation with three Philadelphia Eagles players held May 1, 2016 at Temple Emanuel, the Reform synagogue in Cherry Hill, NJ. The topic, “Football, Faith, Fatherhood and Friendship,” had the players, Trey Burton, Chris Maragos, and Jordan Matthews, discussing their faith in God and how it helps them be…
 
In this edition of the Lubetkin on Communications Podcast, we present a “Meet the Media” Panel conducted by the New Jersey Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America on April 5, 2016 at Rutgers University in Piscataway, NJ. The Lubetkin Media Companies has recently been retained by PRSA NJ to produce a series of short videos promoting event…
 
On this edition of the Lubetkin on Communications Podcast, we speak with Crisis PR Guru Jim Lukaszewski, who has been advising senior corporate executives about handling crisis communications for more than four decades. Lukaszewski is bringing his “Crisis Proofing Your Organization (And Maybe Your Career)” workshop to the Philadelphia Chapter of th…
 
On this episode of the Lubetkin on Communications podcast, we bring you a “Meet the Media” panel organized by the Delaware Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. The panel took place in Christiana, DE, on March 14. Panelists were: Chris Coates of The News Journal, Amy Cherry of WDEL, Shirley Minn of WHYY and Jose Somalo of Hoy en Delaw…
 
On this edition of the Lubetkin on Communications Podcast, we chat with Ken Jacobs, the principal of Jacobs Executive Coaching and Jacobs Communications Consulting. [spp-player] About the Guest Ken Jacobs Ken Jacobs is the principal of Jacobs Executive Coaching, which offers leadership coaching to communications and public relations executives, man…
 
Editor’s Note: The audio podcast is now available How often do you want to share with friends what you just heard in an audio news story or podcast? Would you want to send them a short snippet of the audio and a link where they could hear more? Now, you can do just that with a recently introduced app called Clammr (clammr.com). There is an iPhone a…
 
After 40 years as a print journalist covering entertainment and feature news, most recently for the Philadelphia Daily News for nearly two decades, Chuck Darrow is today launching the next chapter, a weekly radio program, “That’s Show Biz with Chuck Darrow,” on Philadelphia’s WWDB-AM 860. In the February 2, 2016 episode of the Lubetkin on Communica…
 
In a digital age, is there still a demand for a traditional newspaper clipping service? For Gregory Weber, owner of Garden State Press Clipping Service, the answer for more than 40 years has been a resounding “yes!” Gregory Weber, owner of Garden State Press Clipping Service. Gregg has been operating the company since 1989, when he took over from h…
 
Steve, Judy, and Shel Israel at the Tel Aviv Beer TweetUp in 2011. In this episode of the Middle Chamber Books and Music Podcast, we chat with Shel Israel, author, journalist, and “recovering publicist,” whose new book, Lethal Generosity: Contextual Technology and the Competitive Edge, discusses what companies need to do to earn and keep the loyalt…
 
In this edition of the Lubetkin on Communications Podcast, we chat with Rob Biesenbach, a corporate communications expert, author, actor and public speaker, who will be presenting his seminar, “Act Like You Mean Business: Lessons for Success From Stage and Screen,” at the Philadelphia Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicato…
 
In this episode of the Middle Chamber Books and Music Podcast, we speak with Dr. John R. Patrick, author of a new book, Health Attitude: Unraveling and Solving the Complexities of Healthcare. We also remember Canadian Ambassador Kenneth D. Taylor, who died October 15, with Mark Lijek, one of the six American diplomats hidden by Ambassador Taylor du…
 
In this episode of the Lubetkin on Communications Podcast, we present an October 15, 2015 panel discussion on Content Marketing from the New Jersey Chapter of the American Marketing Association. How do you get your voice heard in a competitive landscape where everyone is yelling? That’s the question facing marketers today. There are effective conte…
 
As I write this column, Hurricane Joaquin has just been upgraded to Category Three and may become a Category Four storm before you get this issue of The Voice. It is a serious reminder for small businesses of the disruption to data networks in New Jersey businesses caused by Super Storm Sandy in 2011, and the more recent multi-day power outages in …
 
The Middle Chamber Books and Music Podcast returns from a long hiatus. We’re going to be producing the Middle Chamber Books podcast on a more regular schedule again, alternating with the Lubetkin on Communications podcast. We expect to broadcast weekly, making a new podcast available Monday mornings around 8am Eastern Time. Michele Zeldner, founder…
 
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