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.
On Monday, U.S. Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) was in Hoboken to participate in a ribbon cutting for the American Legion when I had the opportunity to interview the Senator to learn the progress of the Gateway Tunnel project, which would be one of the country’s biggest infrastructure projects if it receives federal funding.
The report originally aired on Hudson County View.
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!
Much to discuss in politics this week as Hoboken’s first Sikh mayor announces a five-member council team to oust his opponents. The broadcast first appeared on Hudson County View.
Once again, on assignment for Hudson County View where Hoboken Mayor Ravi Bhalla is seeking to overthrow his political opponents on the city council.
Had the honor of joining John Heinis of Hudson County View to talk about the week’s most important news in Hudson County during the publication’s very first in-studio show airing on Comcast public access channels.
Any talk of raising taxes naturally raises alarms, and compels taxpayers sometimes to comment on social media about why they shouldn’t pay more. But according to an organizer with Jersey City Together, part of a growing broad-based, multi-faith coalition, “If everyone gives a little, it could all add up to a lot,” it could make up a significant budget gap because of drastic reductions in state aid. The original story appeared on Hudson County View.
Litza De Jesus became the second female firefighter to join the ranks of the North Hudson Regional Fire & Rescue squad; she was one of 44 recruits who made up the largest recruitment class in the squad’s 20 year history. The video first appeared on Hudson County View.
A video created for submission to Minute Media for an on-air host opportunity!