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May 31, 2008 / Media / Podcast

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Our editor, Gersh Kuntzman, was in the moderator’s chair (far left) for another edition of “Reporter Roundtable” on Brooklyn Independent Television.

(From left) Jotham Sederstrom of the New York Daily News, Dana Rubinstein of the New York Observer, and Tom Tracy of the Rupert Murdoch-owned Courier-Life chain joined Gersh for a broad-ranging discussion of important Brooklyn topics including affordable housing, Coney Island, and why Rubinstein left The Brooklyn Paper last month.

The show will premiere on Monday, June 2 at 9:30 pm and be repeated on Thursday, June 5; Monday, June 9; and Thursday, June 12 at 1:30 and 9:30 pm.

Brooklyn Independent Television airs on TimeWarner channel 56 and Cablevision channel 69.

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