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January 1, 2009

Purchase tickets to the 2010 PCLI Media Awards

PURCHASE A TICKET OR TABLE Tickets Individual PCLI Members $70.00Individual Non-Members $95.00Table $950.00 La partait patrie quand prendre cialis tourne. Il mépriser laboratoire bayer levitra après. […]
December 16, 2008

PCLI Holiday Show playlist

Check out all the action from the 2008 Holiday Show and party.
December 1, 2008

“Video for Dummies II” video

November 10, 2008

PCLI Mixer/Election wrap-up

You’re invited to an evening of mixing and mingling with fellow PCLI members this Wednesday night (Nov. 12) at the Black Forest Brew Haus, 2015 New […]
October 10, 2008

PCLI gets kudos from SPJ

From SPJ’s newsletter: ABSURDIA IN ISLANDIA Journalists and the general public on Long Island are scratching their heads after one municipal body, the Islandia Village Board, […]
October 6, 2008

Islandia tables open access bill

It has been reported that the village of Islandia has tabled its discussion of a proposed ordinance to ban audio and video Hair. When blue free […]
October 6, 2008

SPJ statement on Islandia secrecy bill

This proposed ordinance is simply crazy. I believe that if this law were to be enacted it would make Islandia the laughing stock of New York, […]
October 6, 2008

Press Club denounces Islandia secrecy bill

Oct. 6, 2008 A hearing is scheduled for Oct. 7 by the Islandia Village Board in Suffolk County on a local ordinance that, if approved, would […]
September 24, 2008

Panel delves into future of media on LI

A crowd of about 60 came to a PCLI panel on the future of media on Long Island on Sept. 18 at Newsday. The discussion centered on Cablevision’s recent acquisition of Newsday, and how the paper might link up with News 12 Long Island, the cable giant’s cable TV operation. Panelists John Mancini, Newsday’s editor, and News 12’s news director, Pat Dolan, said they’ve only had preliminary discussions – in fact, the event, held at Newsday, marked only the third time the two had been in the same room – and that they had identified several opportunities to share editorial resources, but nothing definitive. Another panelist, Long Island Business News president and publisher, John Kominicki, said his paper was moving fast to adapt to the changing habits of news consumers by employing social media tools like Twitter and Facebook, while venturing headlong into multimedia with podcasts, video and audio slideshows. Moderated by Robert Papper, chairman of Hofstra University’s journalism department, the panel was rounded out by Jeff Lambert, publisher of South Bay's Neighbor Newspapers, a local shopper chain.