The West New York Public Schools District will be partnering with HBO and LPZ Cinetech, a film and media arts education institute that teaches students the art and craft of film making and connects them to the film industry. Fifteen students were selected and they’ll receive guidance and feedback on their project as they work on it during the school year. The original video segment first appeared on Hudson County View.
A 2019 mid-year video reel that demonstrates my unique ad-libbing skills on camera and news analysis in the studio.
Angela Rohena, a Jersey City resident running on the GOP for sheriff, had to drop out of the race after she made remarks about pride month to an education board that led to strong condemnation from politicos and residents.
Despite the lavalier mic being temporarily offline, I spoke as loudly as possible on set to give the people the news they need to stay informed of the most important community issues. The segment first appeared during the Hudson County View Live & Uncut on Thursday, July 11 at 2:00 PM. on Comcast Channel 190.
We’re already more than halfway through 2019, so here’s my latest video reel that demonstrates my ad-libbing and storytelling skills on camera! And have a Happy 4th!
Hudson County View‘s weekly news show that airs every Thursday at 2:00 PM on Comcast Channel 190 from the studios of the Hudson Media Group in North Bergen illustrates the best of local news reporting.
I join John Heinis of Hudson County View from Hudson Media Group’s state of the art broadcast studios. Check it out!
From the Hudson Media Group’s New Jersey studio, I and John Heinis discuss the week’s most pressing news events.
The Jersey City Council debated a new ordinance that would revise the city’s obscenity laws that have been on the books since the 1980s, and the councilman who introduced the legislation explains below why he would continue to pursue a new obscenity law that would give the option to women to go topless, similar to the law in New York City that has been on the books since the 1990s. The report originally aired on Hudson County View.
Lillian Bustle is a burlesque producer and performer in Jersey City who spoke recently before the Jersey City Council in response to the city’s closing of an upcoming burlesque show in the downtown, citing current obscenity laws. While on assignment for Hudson County View, I produced the following video news segment.