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.
Clinton stresses ties to Obama as she campaigns in Chicago
Hillary Clinton stressed her ties to President Barack Obama during a stop in his hometown of Chicago Wednesday, praising his accomplishments in office as "Impressive" and pledging to carry on many of his policies if she becomes President.
If elected president Trump said he will tone down social media messages
Trump was asked at a campaign event in South Carolina about ways The United States can use social media to counter Islamic State militants.
Rapper ‘Killer Mike’ joins Bernie Sanders in Atlanta
The rapper said the Vermont Senator is the only candidate whose social policy lines up with Martin Luther King Jr.'s focus on the poor minorities.
Christie prepares for budget address today in New Jersey
Among the topics he faces are his plans to replenish the state's transportation trust fund, which is on track to go broke by July.
Bush brothers speak to South Carolina voters ahead of this weeks primary
Former President George W. Bush appeared at his first rally Monday, telling his brother's supporters in South Carolina in what could be a statement at Donald Trump, "We do not need somebody in the oval office who mirrors and inflames our anger and frustration."
Many Republicans want Obama to leave naming of Scalia successor to next President
That sets up what could be an epic election year clash between Obama and Republicans who say they'll refuse to vote for his nominee, who could reshape the court for decades to come.
Clinton and Sanders prep for Nevada
Clinton has been stressing her ties to the black community, after seeing a growing number of African-American voters supporting Sanders.
The GOP race moves to the south
On Feb. 20, South Carolina holds its GOP primary. Then on March 1st is Super Tuesday, in which Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas hold their primaries.
Clinton trying to shore up the black vote heading into next round of primaries
Next week, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will campaign with the mother of Sandra Bland. Bland is the black Chicago-area woman who was discovered hanged in her jail cell three days after being pulled over for a routine traffic stop near Houston.
The presidential run may be over for Christie after finishing 6th
As early as today Christie is expected to announce he will end his presidential bid.