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Introducing Schneps Broadcasting! Company’s streaming arm will feature community-oriented podcast programming and more

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Schneps Media is proud to announce Schneps Broadcasting, the company’s newest division that produces unique podcasts and radio shows.

The streaming arm debuted with a Power Women podcast hosted by President and Publisher Victoria Schneps-Yunis, and the return of an all-new Brooklyn Paper Radio program.

Schneps Broadcasting will bring content from New York State’s largest local-news company to the airwaves, giving its millions of followers a new way to connect with their communities, according to Schneps-Yunis.

“The idea of creating Schneps Broadcasting was to have yet another way to reach our readers and provide more opportunities for our clients to reach the community,” she said. “We want people to tune in to our latest innovative way of reaching our audience in each of the markets we serve — from Long Island, to New York City, to Westchester.”

The Power Women podcast debuted with an episode featuring a must-listen interview between the Brooklyn-born-and-bred Schneps-Yunis and her childhood friend, the Hon. Judith Sheindlin — whom millions of television viewers know better as Judge Judy.

And the program’s second episode featured an equally compelling conversation between its host and Brooklynite the Hon. Patricia DiMango, one of three judges on CBS’ syndicated court show, “Hot Bench,” created by Sheindlin.

Tune in to hear DiMango tell Schneps-Yunis about her childhood growing up in Brooklyn, and how support from her family and local community allowed her to flourish.

Brooklyn Paper Radio returned after a brief hiatus on Feb. 12, with co-hosts Anthony Rotunno, the editor-in-chief of Schneps Media’s six Brooklyn newspapers, and Johnny Kunen, whom some listeners will remember as “Jimmy the Producer,” debuting an all-new format.

The two welcomed Brooklyn reporters and editors into the studio for news-packed, seven-minute discussions about top local stories, and where to go and what to do in Kings County over the days ahead.

Listeners can find the podcasts streaming on all Schneps Media websites, including the new SchnepsBroadcasting.com, BrooklynPaper.com, QNS.com, BXTimes.com, TheVillager.com, Brownstoner.com, CaribbeanLifeNews.com, and GayCityNews.com.

The podcasts are also available on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Alexa, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, and Castbox.

Schneps Broadcasting draws its audience from Schneps Media’s massive digital, social media, and print footprint, which reaches more than 3,000,000 print impressions, more than 2,500,000 digital page views, and more than 210,000 newsletter subscribers each month.

Updated 12:18 pm, February 22, 2019
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Reasonable discourse

Excuse me? says:
WTF - this isn’t an article, it’s a commercial
Feb. 15, 4:30 am
Ms. Me from Bay Ridge says:
The Home Reporter and the Spectator have been ruined by this company.
Feb. 15, 9:46 am
Chandy says:
What is this garbage??
Feb. 15, 11:39 am
HONEY Pooter from Williamsburg says:
This is bullship ! So stoopid
Feb. 15, 12:18 pm

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