For Kristen Fragnoli it comes down to starting a conversation. This week on Inside the FLX, she joins Josh Durso – highlighting the opportunities, and previewing a daylong conference – set to be held on Friday, November 1st in Fairport, New York.
The goal is simple: Start a dialogue, energize women and leaders alike in the Finger Lakes, and spark change.
That’s not easy to do, and Fragnoli realizes that. It doesn’t quell her energy to make the Finger Lakes Region better through more diverse leadership.
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This week on Inside the FLX, Benjamin was in-studio discussing the issues and opportunities the Town of Lodi has to grow and become more sustainable for taxpayers in 2020. If elected in November, he will succeed longtime Supervisor Lee Davidson.
Check out Episode #187 of Inside the FLX below on YouTube, or listen to the podcast in the player above, or on your favorite streaming service like Spotify.
Earlier this month the news and newspaper industry was rocked by the headlines that Gannett and GateHouse would be joining forces in a merger of epic proportions. The $1.4 billion deal clears way for what New Media CEO Mike Reed says will be better, stronger journalism. That said, not everyone takes the merger as a sign of ‘good times’. Rather, some view more merger prospects as a net-negative for news products across the board, and those who work in the industry.
This week on Inside the FLX – the topic of mergers in media, and the future journalists face.
Guests in-studio included Professor Steven Keeler, Director of the School of Media and Arts at Cayuga Community College; Ted Baker, Program Director and Host of Finger Lakes Morning News on Finger Lakes News Radio; and Jim Meaney, Founder and Reporter for the Citizen Journalism outlet Geneva Believer.
Scott Johnson is running for Town Supervisor in Sodus. The lifelong resident and businessman says he’s working to bring positive changes to Sodus and Wayne County. Among motivating factors for his candidacy was the flooding along Lake Ontario, New York’s lackluster efforts to address this, and a desire to improve community assets and improve Sodus’ position in Wayne County as a whole.
Johnson says there is a lot to be optimistic about, and this week he was in-studio discussing the things he wants to see continue moving forward in 2020 if elected this fall