Radio Show #344 – Maureen Sullivan and the Maureen Sullivan Media Group

Over the years, Maureen Sullivan has played a key role in the local media landscape.

During her ten years at The Republican, Maureen founded the “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” event series, a publication of the same name, and launched “Reader Raves,” a joint reader engagement project between The Republican and MassLive.com.

She is currently President and Chief Creative Officer of Maureen Sullivan Media Group, founded in 2014, that specializes in lifestyle marketing, advertising, branding, event concept and management.

In this conversation Maureen discusses her company’s embrace of the pandemic and her life in Western Mass. in general.

Web: www.maureensullivanmedia.com

Email: maureensullivanmedia@gmail.com

Brad Shepard Today! Monday, July 16, 2018

Reminder Publications sold to The Republican.
Springfield City Council considers allocating land for the railroad underpass.
Immigration authorities are now involved in Springfield assault and attempted murder case.
More than 20 Forest Park homes evacuated yesterday due to a gas leak.
Green River Festival at Greenfield Community College over the weekend!
UMass trustees vote to increase tuition for instate undergrads.

Legendary local author and newspaper reporter/columnist Tommy Shea

Palmer resident Tommy Shea spent 40 years as a writer at The Republican.  In 2003 he received the New England Associated Press Award for the best local New England column.  He was also nominated for a Pulitzer.  In this interview, he shares highlights from his days profiling local citizens and how baseball and Bob Dylan impacted him.  His latest book is titled Dingers: The 101 Most Memorable Home Runs in Baseball History (Sports Publishing, 2016).

Radio Show # 110 – Legendary local author and newspaper reporter/columnist Tommy Shea

Palmer resident Tommy Shea spent 40 years as a writer at The Republican.  In 2003 he received the New England Associated Press Award for the best local New England column.  He was also nominated for a Pulitzer.  In this interview, he shares highlights from his days profiling local citizens and how baseball and Bob Dylan impacted him.  His latest book is titled Dingers: The 101 Most Memorable Home Runs in Baseball History (Sports Publishing, 2016).

Radio Show #34 – Ray Kelly, The Republican

An interview with Ray Kelly, Assistant Managing Editor/Arts & Entertainment Editor, The Republican.