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Kicking off a new set of conversations this month with some great new publications. Today's conversation is with Leah Askarinam who is the senior editor for Grid. With stints at the New York Times, the Hotline, Inside Elections and The Atlantic, this reporter turned editor has a deep knowledge base of the hundreds of congressional districts and pol…
 
When asked how she got where she is today, Contessa Brewer gives a lot of credit to being in the right place at the right time. What we also know about this award-winning journalist is that hard work had to play a role. Contessa Brewer is now a CNBC correspondent covering major news events -- with a special attention on gaming, casinos and insuranc…
 
As FOX News co-anchor of America's News Room and co-host of The Five, Dana Perino credits her career in public service and politics to where she is today. Those of us that know her, know that it also took a great deal of hard work and dedication. At an early age, Dana's father asked her to choose two news articles daily that she would report on bef…
 
Starting off the New Year with a series of female broadcasters -- first up is my dearest friend, Jeanette Hoffman, president of Marathon Public Affairs and political correspondent for MY9 New Jersey NOW. Jeanette's career started in the New Jersey state house -- in the same office that John Stewart got his start -- and she has risen to the highest …
 
Dan Kois is writer, editor and podcaster for Slate. With a beat that includes his interests and passions and a sense of humor about it all, Dan has been nominated numerous times for awards in the journalism space. It was his recent piece on accepting every PR pitch he got in a day that drew Lisa to contact him - https://slate.com/human-interest/202…
 
As is the challenge in today's media landscape, today's guest has separated from CNN since our pre-recorded conversation. That aside, Chris Cillizza is among the busiest journalists in the political media business. With a podcast, a YouTube show, a nightly newsletter and weekday briefs as his charge in his previous day job -- Chris reports that the…
 
Simone Sebastian is the Editorial Director for Capital B - the newest Black News Nonprofit in the media world. This groundbreaking news outlet came from a vision shared by its founders -- and delivers news to it's supporters and black audiences throughout the U.S. and across the globe. Simone started her career in the traditional newsroom -- writin…
 
How many books does the books editor at Vulture read a week? You'll have to listen in today to hear from Maris Kreizman to find out for sure. In today's episode, Lisa visits with her childhood friend and host of The Maris Review, who has some insightful reflection on the power of free speech. With as many remarkable books in publication, it takes p…
 
Chelsea Janes is the national baseball writer for the Washington Post. Fresh off the road from the World Series and onto the next season of baseball, Chelsea generously found time for an episode today. This college athlete found herself lucky enough to step in and write for the college news -- and realized quickly that it could be her career path. …
 
Kerry Flynn is Axios' Media Deals Reporter and she is one busy journo. Kerry's beat spans the entire world of content -- from media to publishing to streaming -- if you're consuming it, she's covering it. And like the rest of us, Kerry is not only consuming this content for her day job, she's making it part of her hobbies and her free time. In fact…
 
Matt Friedman much prefers to dive deep into campaign finance details in his reporting these days -- likely because New Jerseyans spend their lives being hit up with campaign pitches and endless spin. This very Jersey episode will help you understand that it's not midterm elections that we care about -- it's the state races next year that really ma…
 
It's not by accident that Lisa invited Kate Davis from Fast Company to join the podcast today. The work that Kate and her team and generating are speaking to those of us in the workplace -- as if they're reading our minds. Kate is the Deputy Editor for Fast Company, along with hosting their weekly -- and ever evolving -- podcast platform. Additiona…
 
Today's episode catches Politico's Josh Siegel in between podcast interviews and reporting on the latest news from OPEC. With energy and environment on the agenda for the Congress and the White House, there is never a dull moment for Josh. This Chicago sports fanatic started off with a dream to cover this faves, but quickly moved onto scanning poli…
 
Scott Jennings just celebrated his fifth year as a CNN commentator -- offering a thoughtful, conservative point of view in an otherwise chaotic time. As a columnist for CNN.com, USA Today, LA Times and others, Scott is frequently asked for his point of view from a conservative perspective. While he often consumes the viewpoints of others, his proce…
 
Reid Wilson has spent his career covering states and their importance to the foundation of federal governance. Today is the first ever repeat guest on the podcast -- because Reid is embarking on a new venture that shines a light on state governments, the importance of their work and the relevance they have in what the Congress ultimately does for t…
 
Jim Tankersley shares with Lisa about how his journalism career started and he recounts an early editorial assignment from middle school. When asked to defend something he believed in, Jim chose to defend the right to wear a baseball cap -- and his challenge of authority led to a meeting with the principal -- and a career was born. Today, Jim Tanke…
 
Lance Turner counts himself lucky for landing a media gig after college that followed a typical work schedule, but his work is anything but ordinary. As the editor of Arkansas Business, Lance Turner has seen the evolution of a weekly news outlet evolve into an online must-read. He and his team at this vital news outlet work non-stop to report on th…
 
Josh Gerstein is Politico's senior legal affairs reporter and has been a journalist during some of the most newsworthy times of our generation. With an early start in broadcast, Josh found himself as an "embed" for the Dole presidential campaign -- long before that word was part of the journalism vernacular. From covering the Clinton White House fo…
 
Washington, D.C. is one of the best towns to network -- can you imagine working out next to an Emmy award winning journalist? Well, that's exactly how Lisa and Larry Miller got to talking about journalism. Today we learn about Larry's path in journalism that has resulted in numerous awards (including an Emmy and an Edward R. Murrow) and an enviable…
 
This week, Lisa visits with Alan Locher the founder/CEO of The Locher Room. In 2020, Alan launched the YouTube series as a means to cheer people up -- and reintroduce them to their favorite daytime stars. The vision for this show was to cheer audiences, but has grown to over 300 episodes and has raised over $100k for important charities. Learn more…
 
Joe Khalil may have started his career in Michigan's state capitol, but he has always had Washington, D.C. in his sights. Joe's career took him to Sacramento and then finally D.C. for Nexstar Media (the parent of NewsNation) -- but he arrived just before the pandemic hit and the whole world changed. Joe is NewsNation's Washington D.C. correspondent…
 
Emily Heil is the food reporter for the Washington Post -- and no one is having more fun than her. Honestly, this conversation is the lighthearted one we all need after the heavy news days we've all endured in 2022. Emily weaves together stories about a topic we can all appreciate while finding the connection to the news of the day. From TikTok to …
 
As editor in chief at Ragan Communications, Justin Joffe spends a great deal of his day hours sharing insight into the world of public relations. From offering up insightful content for comms types, to promoting and producing quality training session and seminars, Justin is a busy guy in the world of communications. It's his background in freelance…
 
Larry Henry is Senior Reporter for Gambling.com and - to hear him tell the story - it's the best job he's ever had. With a start in the military, he suggests his over 6 foot frame is what got him onto the crime beat in Tulsa, OK. He loved the sound of the printing press and the competition of getting the story. He quickly transitioned to Nevada whe…
 
If you ask Susan Crabtree what she wanted to be when she grew up, she always had an interest in magazines. Her early career had her at some of the most well-known media brands, and while she spent quite a bit of time covering breaking news, she's back today doing what she loves. Susan Crabtree is perhaps one of the most well-rounded journalists - a…
 
Steve Kornacki is the national political correspondent for NBC and MSNBC and his brand is expanding more and more each day. From humble beginnings at an Internet news platform - long before there were Internet news platforms - to the big screen on NBC every election night - to the Royal Ascot, this data-loving journo is omnipresent. Steve shares st…
 
Call it the much needed palate cleanser - today's episode takes us out of the Beltway and onto the gridiron - to meet the amazing Molly O'Mara Fillmore who is the associate director of communications for football at the University of Missouri. Molly attributes much of her success to being in the right place at the right time, but her tremendous tal…
 
Bob Cusack is the Editor in Chief for The Hill Newspaper. His long and decorated career started at Inside Washington News where he cut his teeth covering the Department of Labor - and all the varied acronyms that go along with that. Fast forward to today, he's working daily with a top-flight team of journalists and business minded experts to keep t…
 
Bryant Adams is the co-host of Caught Looking podcast - with Jacob Adams and Hunter Doucet. While Bryant fully admits his own baseball career didn't rise to the D1 level, the creation of this hit podcast was born out a love of sport and family connection. With a long career in communications, Bryant comes to this project with a head for content cre…
 
Reporting on New Jersey politics is never dull - especially in this mega political state where every year is an election. That's probably why Dustin Racioppi transitioned easily from his early career time in a Navy submarine to the Garden State battleground. Lisa was lucky to catch Dustin on primary election day 2022 from both Dustin and Lisa's hom…
 
Ben Pershing is the Politics Editor for the Wall Street Journal, covering the White House, Congress and national politics (among many other things). With a strong team of writers and editors, he seeks to empower the journalists in his space to tell their stories best. With a background in both "trade" Hill publications and broad national platforms,…
 
Jerry Rogers is the editor of Real Clear Health and host of the Jerry Rogers Show on WBAL 1090 in Baltimore, Md. While his RCH responsibilities find him aggregating news of the day, he also writes for many of the other platforms in the Real Clear universe. And his radio show? It's an opportunity for Jerry to talk about lots of topics, while also of…
 
Rajesh Mirchandani spent over 20 years in journalism and finds himself today as a senior advisor at the UN Foundation -- and two very exciting new projects on the horizon. His time covering international affairs (along with entertainment and a whole host of other topics) for the BBC led him to a realization and a transition to his current role. He …
 
Today's episode is with freelance reporter, Buffalo native and Chicago resident Leigh Giangreco. Her love of journalism started in high school and has led her to a successful career in the news-making space. With a background in aviation news, Capitol Hill and a whole host of other topics, Leigh finds a way to tell compelling stories that captivate…
 
James Barrett is freelance travel and lifestyle journalist and founder of the Jimmy Rox newsletter. James' keen insight to building a quality audience and offering compelling content has really demonstrated results. In just six months, his newsletter boasts an impressive open rate of over 45% with over 2300 subscribers. In an otherwise noisy news s…
 
Madeline Berg is the Media Editor for Business Insider. Next week on May 11 she will join Lisa for a panel discussion at PR Daily's Media Relations and Measurement Conference in NYC. Maddie is busy covering topics like the media, Hollywood and the intersection that both of those have with the business world. She shares her unique experience with Li…
 
Leigh Scheps' passion for her work shines through in everything she does. Not only does this remarkable journalist cover human interest pieces for Inside Edition Digital, but she also spends her spare time covering Broadway and pitching her own "side hustle" coverage on her own behalf. Walk alongside Leigh in this episode where this non-stop journo…
 
Lillian Rizzo is a reporter for the Wall Street Journal. She started her career covering bankruptcy and debt - despite having a limited knowledge in that issue space. She credits that experience with her most favorite part of journalism -- the non-stop learning that happens while she's working hard at her job. Today, Lillian covers the cable media …
 
Alayna Treene is Employee #17 at Axios -- before the publication had even formally been named -- and is now five and a half years into her tenure there. She is the congressional reporter for Axios, the co-author of Axios Sneak Peek and covers both sides of Pennsylvania Avenue. Her experience has given her opportunities to visit with some of the mos…
 
Week Four of Axios April brings us to a rich conversation with Axios Justice and Race Reporter Russell Contreras. With a deep interest in history and a keen knack for writing, Russell realized early in his career that authenticity and connection to those he covers was of real value. While the narrative today is focused on the issue of race and just…
 
Niala Boodhoo is the host of Axios Today -- the podcast delivering you important news of the day in just ten minutes. Much as is true of all things Axios, the podcast follows their Smart Brevity model. Niala launched the podcast in June 2020 during the height of the pandemic and came to the post after a long and esteemed career in print journalism,…
 
There I go again with a headline with more than five words -- but now that I've had a chance to visit with Axios Pro's Senior Editor, you can bet I'll do my best to be smarter about the podcast episode headlines. With just a few weeks of remarkable content under its belt, Axios Pro is fast becoming the subscription you need to do your job well. Tod…
 
During the earliest days of the pandemic many newsrooms had to shrink their reporting teams in order to stay viable in difficult economic times. If not for some of those difficult times, Hope King might not be the superstar business reporter for Axios today -- but judging from this conversation, Hope very much likes the way things have played out. …
 
Tim Hermes is the president of Rev Rocket and a legend in the world of business to business media and events. Tim shares his perspective on niche media and how to grow it well, while also offering his insights into how the media space has grown and evolved over the course of his career. While he often will say he's retired, his vision and insight c…
 
Jason Wagenheim is the President and Chief Revenue Officer for Bustle Digital Group, a remarkable lifestyle brand hosting news outlets like Bustle.com; ScaryMommy.com, Gawker, W Magazine and a dozen others. The pandemic brought challenges and obstacles that Jason and his team met with innovation, compelling content and strong networking -- and deli…
 
Matt Lewis is a columnist for The Daily Beast, author of "Too Dumb to Fail," and host of the podcast "Matt Lewis and The News." Matt jumps into the conversation with Lisa revealing he once aspired to be a political operative, but quickly turned to covering politics as the blog community was emerging as an important news source. Matt's point of view…
 
Breaking Defense's Valerie Insinna knew journalism would be a way to travel and see great things -- fast forward to today, she's covering the Pentagon and the Air Force for one of the best news outlets covering defense. Her reporting has brought her to travel to remote parts of the globe, interview at the highest level of the defense world and even…
 
Tarini Parti is a White House reporter for the Wall Street Journal -- and while she shares the beat with a handful of colleagues, the work is intense and remarkable all at once. Tarini shares what it's like to cover a President and Vice President, the collaboration that goes with covering the biggest news of the day and how travel and reporting are…
 
As a very young woman from Baltimore, Mary C. Curtis' journalism inspiration came from her lived experience. Her family's involvement in the civil rights movement coupled with strong work ethic catapulted her into a widely successful career. Today Mary is the host of CQ Roll Call's Equal Time podcast, an award-winning columnist, an NPR contributor …
 
This week's episode guest is National Geographic Senior Animals Editor Christine Dell'Amore. Celebrating 15 years with the organization, Christine has covered a wide range of issues and traveled to every continent on the globe, including a rare visit to the Antarctica and South Pole -- that resulted a book - South Pole -- that Lisa is adding the th…
 
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