In the Middle 9-28-20: NJ Senate Candidate Rik Mehta, New Brunswick Today Editor and Former NB Mayoral Candidate Charlie Kratovil
In the Middle
Joey speaks to New Jersey Senate Candidate Dr. Rik Mehta (R) about his run against incumbent Senator Cory Booker (D), the fight to fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg's seat along with the state and federal response to the COVID-19 pandemic. He also catches up with New Brunswick Today Editor and Former New Brunswick Mayoral Candidate Charlie Kratovil about the news media in politics, covering Governor Murphy's coronavirus press briefings, and his future plans on running for office.
Charlie Kratovil - on Journalism, Community and Where They Come From.
Listen Up East Coast!
In this episode Louis got to speak with Journalist, Community Organizer, Advocate, Editor and Co-Founder Charlie Kratovil - about who he is and his future plans on running for office among other exciting topics. Since graduating from Rutgers, Charlie has started successful newspapers in New Brunswick and Paterson. He is currently the Editor of New Brunswick Today, a position he has held for over nine years. Charlie ran for Mayor of New Brunswick, New Jersey, Chair and Vice Chair of the Middlesex County Democratic Organization, helped undercover corruption and won awards for his work at the newspaper, and recently took on a more formal role as NJ Canvass Director for the Food & Water Watch - New Jersey . He gets to call New Brunswick, NJ home and is working hard to make his community a better place to live. Links: Charlie for Change: https://charlie4change.com/ New Brunswick Today - https://newbrunswicktoday.com/ Food & Water Watch - New Jersey: https://www.foodandwaterwatch.org/ Charlie Kratovil Candidacy for Chair and Vice Chair of the Middlesex County Democratic Organization: Charlie Kratovil Candidacy for Mayor of New Brunswick: https://newbrunswicktoday.com/2018/06/19/charlie-kratovil-announces-candidacy-for-mayor-of-new-brunswick/ OPRA Machine: https://opramachine.com/ Follow Charlie on Twitter or on Facebook. You can catch the episode on all your favorite platforms. Thanks for tuning in! - If you feel like it, rate and review us on your favorite app of choice and hang out with us on your preferred social media platforms.
Charlie Kratovil, Co-Founder of the widely distributed media outlet, New Brunswick Today, political activist, political candidate, and expert on the Open Public Records Act (OPRA), the Open Public Meetings Act (OPMA)
Garden State Debate
Charlie Kratovil, Co-Founder of the widely distributed media outlet, New Brunswick Today, political activist, political candidate, and expert on the Open Public Records Act (OPRA), the Open Public Meetings Act (OPMA), join us to discuss the following and more:1) Charlies views on protecting democracy and associated headwinds in NJ2) NJ laws, OPRA and OPMA, how he uses them and how you can too3) Critical stories Charlie is covering including latest updates on the Lincoln Annex School
On Communications Podcast: Charlie Kratovil, award-winning hyperlocal journalist
Lubetkin on Communications Podcast
In this episode of the Lubetkin on Communications podcast, we have a conversation with Charlie Kratovil, a community activist and award-winning hyperlocal newspaper editor in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Kratovil started the local news website New Brunswick Today, which has broken several exclusive stories, including reports on corruption in the New Brunswick municipal water utility. Earlier this year, he received national attention when he was forcibly ejected from a speech by White House correspondent April Ryan — an event he had been invited to cover by representatives of the organization that arranged the speech. Charlie talks about the experience and its implications for news coverage, and discusses the challenges facing hyperlocal news sites, including stable sources of financial support. New Brunswick Today got a boost in 2017 when “Full Frontal” TV host Samantha Bee interviewed Kratovil and supported his fund-raising efforts. [spp-player] Charlie Kratovil’s Video of His Expulsion from April Ryan Speech Charlie Kratovil’s Interview with Samantha Bee Support our podcast through Patreon.com Producing programs of this quality and content takes a lot of hours recording and editing interviews, writing news copy, and editing it all together. We can’t do it without your support. Support our commitment to high quality journalism with a subscription through Patreon. Become a Patron!
Charlie Kratovil is running for mayor of New Brunswick, home to about 56,000 residents and Rutgers University. He has a chance at winning too. A Grassroots Base vs Dirty Tricks As a Journalist who helped found New Brunswick Today Charlie has been involved with community issues for years. He has seen those relationships grow into...
Interview with Charlie Kratovil, Candidate for Mayor of New Brunswick
Charlie Kratovil, the founder and editor of the New Brunswick Today newspaper, is running for Mayor of that city in the November election. Charlie has helped uncover corruption and won awards for his work at the newspaper, and now he has some big plans to lift up the community there, including launching a city bus system. Running free of corporate party control has some disadvantages, but because he has served the community for so long this activist has a real shot at making a big change in our “Hub City”. Follow Charlie on Facebook Or on Twitter www.cleanupbrunswick.com Listen Now on SoundCloud! Make a contribution to NJRR Facebook Twitter Patreon