I’ve been a broadcaster and creator of content since I was 14, but there has never been a more exciting time for our industry. In digital and social media spaces we are able to break through the boundaries of over-the-air broadcast signals, and extend into markets that were previously unreachable. For Townsquare Media New Jersey, I lead a team of outstanding journalists and producers generating news and entertainment content for our daily on-air and on-line radio broadcasts, as well as our websites and social media platforms. In this age of immediate access, we push each other to create compelling content that appeals not only to our users, but to a broad array of advertising partners. In addition to this exciting content creation, I still have the privilege of being on the radio. I anchor the morning news broadcasts for New Jersey 101.5 FM Radio and the Townsquare New Jersey News Network. Reaching well over three million people each week, I am honored to have received three Edward R. Murrow awards for these broadcasts.
Christie talks Trump, taxes, NJ Transit and AC crisis: Ask The Governor Highlights
In the February 2016 edition of Ask the Governor, Chris Christie joined New Jersey 101.5's just hours after renominating a Supreme Court nominee Democrats wouldn't take up four years earlier, and just days after endorsing a presidential candidate Christie dismissed as having "no exper…
Trump drawing criticism for not denouncing endorsement from former KKK leader
Florida Senator Marco Rubio has been using the matter to hammer Trump ahead of the Super Tuesday primaries.
Early voters in Nevada last night said they’re angry with how government is working
They also said the top issues facing the country are the economy, government spending, immigration and terrorism.
Rubio, Cruz, and Kasich face tough road as they try to derail Trump
The presidential race now shifts to Super Tuesday, featuring 11 largely southern states, including Texas, whose 155 GOP delegates are the top prize.
Rubio says Cruz spokesman is “A Fall Guy” executing culture of dishonesty
Rubio told reporters aboard his campaign plane on Monday night that he "felt bad" for Rick Tyler.
Clinton’s lead over Sanders seems to be growing in some spots
Clinton's lead gets much bigger when you include endorsements by superdelegates, who can support any candidate, regardless of whom voters support.
Trump and Clinton looking to stay strong heading into March
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are cementing their status as front-runners with strong performances among the demographic groups at the core of their two parties.
Rubio looks to gain momentum on campaign trail
Sen. Marco Rubio is on his way to Las Vegas after making Sunday campaign stops in Tennessee and Arkansas.
Sanders won New Hampshire but Clinton retains large lead among delegates
After Iowa and New Hampshire, Sanders has a small lead among delegates won in primaries and caucuses. But when super-delegates are included, Clinton leads 481-55.
Cruz dares Trump to file defamation lawsuit against him
A Cruz TV ad shows Trump in a 1999 interview speaking in support of abortion rights.