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The Lubetkin Media Companies

At the Lubetkin Media Companies, we tell our clients' stories in sound and images.

Our Professional Podcasts division produces award-winning, broadcast-quality audio and video program content for the Web.

Steve Lubetkin Photography produces dramatic and artistic corporate, event, documentary and lifestyle photography.

Our Elevator Pitch Videos unit creates economical entry-level videos for organizations and individuals for use as video résumés or for inclusion on their websites.

State Broadcast News is an audio, video, and photojournalism news service that produces our own original news coverage content for other news organizations and for our own branding.

We are members of the Professional Photographers of America, the American Society of Media Photographers, the National Press Photographers Association, the Society of Professional Journalists, the Online News Association, the Radio and Television Digital News Association, and the Guild of Professional Photographers of the Delaware Valley.

Steve is a Certified Legal Video Specialist (CLVS) based on examination by the National Court Reporters Association and has been commissioned as a Notary Public for the State of New Jersey.

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Mar 29, 2012

The Society for New Communications Research (SNCR) has launched a new podcast series profiling the winners of its 2011 Excellence in New Communications Awards. The podcasts are being produced by Steve Lubetkin of Lubetkin Global Communications LLC, a Senior Fellow of SNCR and a member of the SNCR Advisory Board. The podcast series will be published weekly on Thursdays for the next several months.

Leo Bottrill, World Wildlife Fund

The first program in the series profiles the winning entry from the World Wildlife Fund, which created Moabi, an interactive clearinghouse for information on rain forest deforestation activities.

Describing the project in the podcast interview is Leo Bottrill (left), Project Lead for Moabi and Senior Program Officer in the WWF-US Policy Unit. Originally hailing from the UK, Leo has led efforts to map, model, and communicate the impacts of large infrastructure in the Greater Mekong, Congo Basin, East Africa, and Peru. Previously, he spent several years in Indonesia and Vietnam developing conservation programs and environmental education projects, and tackling the illegal primate trade. Leo holds an MA in Geography from the University of St. Andrews and an MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College London.