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The Friday Reporter
36 minutes | Oct 22, 2021
The Business of Defense with Marcus Weisgerber
This week's episode is with the super-talented Marcus Weisgerber from Defense One. His coverage allows him to explore the business side of defending the nation, along with many other diverse topics in this issues area. He especially enjoys when his coverage turns to Air Force One - because it's a topic that generates an extra level of audience interest.Marcus and his journalism team at Defense One deliver a publication must-read for inside the Beltway, the Pentagon and the board rooms of all levels of defense contracting. He's also the proud papa to Brooklyn the Golden - who makes her voice heard toward the end of this fun conversation. You won't want to miss it.
27 minutes | Oct 15, 2021
Specialty Media is the Best Training Ground - with Sarah Karlin-Smith
This week, Lisa visits with Sarah Karlin-Smith from the Pink Sheet -- an over 100 year old publication focused in on the world of pharmaceuticals and health care policy. Sarah offers great insight to aspiring journalists -- look to the specialty media outlets for exceptional journalism experience. It's how she got her start and became a force in D.C. as a top health care reporter. Tune In!
21 minutes | Oct 8, 2021
Catching NYT's Jonathan Martin on Capitol Hill
What a lucky opportunity to catch Jonathan Martin - national political correspondent for New York Times - on Capitol Hill during the debate on the landmark infrastructure bill in 2021. Jonathan's covering national politics and how it plays out in the arena on Capitol Hill -- while also writing a great book about the historic times in which we're living today in 2021. All tips and insights for this book (due in early 2022) should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Audio is a little spotty in times -- stick with it!
31 minutes | Oct 1, 2021
Reader Engagement is Part of the Job with Jonathan Tamari
Today's guest is Jonathan Tamari from the Philadelphia Inquirer. He rounds out the short series of great reporters covering Lisa's home state of New Jersey -- from Washington, D.C. Jonathan's experience as a journalist started early with the lucky opportunity to cover the Olympic Torch's visit to his hometown; launched his career on September 11, and continues today with the prioritization of smart political reporting for the battleground of Pennsylvania. The conversation touches on cheese steaks, the priority of answering reader inquiries and holding integrity up at all costs. Give it a listen today!
27 minutes | Sep 24, 2021
From Speechwriter & Communicator to Podcast Host - Jean Card
This week's episode is with Jean Card from Jean Card Ink - a communicator who has gone before Lisa to create Bipodisan Podcast. The concept of the podcast is for the hosts (former speechwriters) to elevate issues of the day and share their perspective from a speechwriter's view. Listen into this conversation to learn more about Bipodisan and the extraordinary Jean Card!
30 minutes | Sep 17, 2021
Jersey, Ethics and the Mets -- Meet Jonathan Salant
Jonathan Salant from New Jersey Advance Media is a long-time newsman with terrific stories about journalism and wise words for public relations execs. Lisa was lucky enough to visit with Jonathan and hear how he translates D.C. for readers in N.J. Don't miss this fun conversation with a dynamite journalist.
29 minutes | Sep 10, 2021
The Crossroads -- White House & Capitol Hill Reporting with Seung Min Kim
Always with a desire to be a journalist, Seung Min Kim came to Washington, D.C. after a short stint in the Garden State and has a sky-rocketing career. Keep an eye on this extraordinary journalist who covers all the happenings between Capitol Hill and the White House. Her work is tremendous and often you can find her on the 'tube on Sundays reporting on the latest and greatest. Learn more about Seung Min Kim from the Washington Post this week!
31 minutes | Sep 3, 2021
Writing "In Trump's Shadow" while Reporting in a Pandemic - with David Drucker
David Drucker from the Washington Examiner didn't leave college with a dream of being a journalist -- in fact, he began his career as an entrepreneur. From that experience he has grown a successful career as a journalist -- and now an author. Tune in for an engaging conversation about life and living inside the Beltway, while keeping an eye on elections and the future.
28 minutes | Aug 27, 2021
Reporters are Frustrated Rock Stars - with Carl Hulse
Carl Hulse is the Chief Washington Correspondent for the New York Times, but that isn't nearly the most interesting thing about him. From writing a book (Confirmation Bias) to playing in a band (Native Makers) to dreaming about becoming a novelist, Carl has a background that is as interesting as the news he covers everyday. Listen into today's episode to hear more about what it's like to cover Capitol Hill for the New York Times -- and the world.
16 minutes | Apr 30, 2021
Loving the Switch from Print to Radio with Julie Mason
Lisa visits in today's episode with Julie Mason from Sirius XM where they talk about how music lured Julie to DC and made her a radio star. This might be the most fun interview yet. Don't miss it!
16 minutes | Apr 23, 2021
Under the Golden Dome with Mike Catalini
This week, Lisa visits with Mike Catalini from the Trenton, NJ bureau of the Associated Press. Lisa gets to reminisce about storming press row with old school paper releases, and Mike catches her up on all things Garden State. Note: in the convo we mention the Capitol Police officer that was lost in the January 6 event at the Capitol was from Saddle River -- CORRECTION: it was South River. This is a convo you won't want to miss.
17 minutes | Mar 19, 2021
Surf the News with Chris Frates
In today's episode, Lisa chats with Chris Frates of the Storyline Company. Former reporter turned flak, Frates give a rundown on the differences on both sides of the business. And offers some insight on how to be successful.
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