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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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Dec 16, 2005

To kick off its community Hanukkah celebration, Temple Emanuel, the largest Reform synagogue in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, will attempt to break the world's record for the most dreidels spinning simultaneously on Sunday December 18 at 1pm. The current record, according to Guiness Book of World's Records, is 535 dreidels, and is held by the Hillel Club at the University of Maryland. Rabbi Debbie Cohen, director of life long learning at the synagogue, came up with the idea for the dreidel spin. In this audio news release, Rabbi Cohen explains the world record attempt. Correspondent Steve Lubetkin (loo BEHT kin), stereo MP3 file, 1:45, standard outcue over children singing the "Dreidel Song." This audio file is cleared for use on radio programs.