In this special interview for the Collingswood Book Festival, SBN news director Steve Lubetkin chats with 6ABC crime reporter Annie McCormick, whose debut book, The Doctor, The Hit Man, and the Motorcycle Gang, details the investigation into the murder of April Kauffman, allegedly arranged by her husband, Dr. James Kauffman.
Video News Wrappers
SBN produced a live virtual roundtable broadcast for NJ Spotlight News on Oct. 19, this time focusing on New Jersey’s drinking water infrastructure.
SBN produced the live broadcast of a town hall discussion of substance use disorder sponsored by R&J Strategic Communications on Sept. 29. The panel, moderated by NJ Spotlight health care reporter Lilo Stainton, drew an audience of nearly 400 people.
SBN news director Steve Lubetkin chats with NBC10 meteorologist Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz is the author of a new novel, “The Weathermaker.”
SBN’s latest livestream video production for NJ Spotlight includes a 20-minute live conversation between U.S. Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) and NJSpotlight.com founding editor John Mooney….
In this episode of SBN Newsmakers, News Director Steve Lubetkin chats with James Steele, co-author with Donald Barlett of the book, America: What Went Wrong?…
State Broadcast News is supporting NJSpotlight.com’s program of live roundtables with virtual video production services during the coronavirus pandemic lockdown. SBN has produced audio and video podcasts from the live in-person roundtables for more than ten years.
BLACKWOOD, NJ (SBN) — House Speaker Nancy Pelosi joined New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and Sen. Cory Booker Saturday at a rally for First District Democrat…
CHERRY HILL, NJ — (SBN) — Financial scams take many sophisticated forms including phishing, spearphishing, vishing and SMishing, according to CyberScout Founder Adam Levin, author of Swiped:…
NJSpotlight’s latest roundtable, “New Jersey’s Clean Energy Future: What’s Next with Electric Vehicles?” was the subject of a multicamera video and an audio podcast produced for NJSpotlight by SBN. The program focused on the need for New Jersey to promote greater adoption of electric vehicles, both for personal and public transportation.