Lubetkin on Communications Podcast #53: Media panel at Monmouth University

Bruce Johnson, right, news director for Greater Media NJ, makes a point during the news media panel at Monmouth University. Looking on are other panelists. From left, Chris Robbins of NJ.com; David Willis of the Asbury Park Press, and Karla Bardinas of News 12 New Jersey. (StateBroadcastNews.com photo)
Bruce Johnson, right, news director for Greater Media NJ, makes a point during the news media panel at Monmouth University. Looking on are other panelists. From left, Chris Robbins of NJ.com; David Willis of the Asbury Park Press, and Karla Bardinas of News 12 New Jersey. (StateBroadcastNews.com photo)

In episode #53 of the Lubetkin on Communications Podcast, we present a media panel recording, “Video killed the radio star and Twitter buried Facebook,” held May 8, 2014 at Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ. In this panel, four professional journalists discuss trends and issues facing the news media industry.

The panel was jointly sponsored by the Jersey Shore Public Relations and Advertising Association (JSPRAA) and the New Jersey Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA).

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Panelists were:

Bruce Johnson, news director, Greater Media NJ
Karla Bardinas, Shore Bureau Chief, News 12 New Jersey
Christopher Robbins, Monmouth County reporter, NJ.com
David Willis, business reporter, The Asbury Park Press

Moderating the panel is Tony Ciavollela, public affairs manager of Erickson Living, and a member of the PRSA/NJ board of directors.

The panel was recorded for video by our State Broadcast News division. You can see the video of this panel at our StateBroadcastNews.com website.

 

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