Archive for October, 2010

The Press Club of Long Island wants your help in deciding some of the panels and sessions at the 2015 SPJ Region 1 Conference. We’ve launched a survey of 10 questions for you to answer regarding the selection of topics for the D’un terre l’État view website Après… En à yat il du viagra pour […]

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Long Island native Doug Geed, is a morning co-anchor and reporter for News 12 Long Island. Throughout his career he has won 10 Emmy Awards, and was named the PCLI Outstanding Journalist in 2004. Geed was also named to the Long Island Journalism Hall of Fame this past June. You were born and raised in […]

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The life of Bea Tusiani, a former Vice President of the PCLI, founder of the Long Island Writer’s Network, freelance writer, and author, was irrevocably changed when her daughter, Pamela, was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder at the age of twenty. Borderline personality disorder, more commonly known as BPD, is a psychological disorder that affects […]

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Karl Grossman has been an investigative reporter for over 40 years. Throughout his long and decorated career, he has written six books, written numerous magazine, newspaper and Internet articles, narrated and hosted award-winning TV documentaries on environmental and energy issues, and is currently the host of the nationally aired television program Enviro Close-Up. He was […]

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For the last 33 years, Bill Bleyer has been a reporter at Newsday. He retired this week from his post. Bleyer, currently the vice president of the Press Club of Long Island and a former past president of the chapter, has served on the PCLI board for 30 years, making him its longest serving board […]

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