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New Anchor for GoLocalTV

Monday, July 02, 2012

 

GoLocalTV welcomes Stephanie Mangano as the new host. The graduate of S.I. Newhouse's School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, she takes the helm of the innovative daily Web-only news broadcast.

"We are pleased to have Stephanie on the GoLocal team. Her great training in media at Syracuse is a boon to our continued growth," said Josh Fenton, Co-Founder and CEO of GoLocal24.

GoLocalTV is now viewed more than 100,000 times per month.

She has had stints and internships with Syracuse's NCC's News, DKC News and an internship with CNN.

"I am excited to join GoLocalTV and help drive the continued explosion -- Web-based news on demand is the future," said Mangano.

Her degree is in Broadcast Journalism and Policy Studies as well as a minor in Fashion and Beauty Communications. Also, Mangano was a member of the Athletic Director's Honor Roll.

 

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Jay Tweedy

Athletic Director's Honor Role?
That's quite a role!




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