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Welcome to MediaHookup!

Hey all -- the site was a fun hobby for a while, but it's now sorta kinda defunct-ish. We'll still have it up and running until further notice, so feel free to continue hosting portfolio pieces or other contributions here.

If anyone's got a bit of spare time and is interested in getting this thing going again, I'm game. -Lou

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I was on Friendster trolling for girls before all y’all

I’m getting a little tired of all the chatter surrounding social media.



That’s not the sort of thing people in the news industry are supposed to say — since we’re all clumsily wandering about, hoping to stumble into the promised land of milk, honey and relevance social media (excuse me,… Continue

Posted by Louis C. Hochman on April 13, 2010 at 2:30pm — 2 Comments

News Clip: Abducted by his mom: Son of Jersey City man overseas for four years

From the March 15, 2010 edition of the Jersey Journal:

Flipping through photographs of his son Brendan, Brian McGinley smiles as he shares stories of trips to Wildwood, ice skating at Pershing Field and visiting the Intrepid.

McGinley, 45, of Jersey City, explains that even though he was an avid Rangers fan and grew up across the street from…

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Posted by Melissa Hayes on April 5, 2010 at 5:30pm

News Clip: Jersey City honchos receive huge payouts, stay on payroll

From the Feb. 21, 2010 edition of the Jersey Journal:

Legislation backed by the governor that would cap retirement payouts didn't come soon enough to stop two longtime Jersey City employees from leaving with large checks.



Assistant Business Administrator Roger Grego and Chief of Administrative Services Kathy Dealy retired Feb. 1.



Grego walked…

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Posted by Melissa Hayes on April 5, 2010 at 5:30pm — 1 Comment

 
 
 

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