Paul Sladkus Discusses the Changing Trends in Media and Entertainment Over the Past 40 Years – June 28, 2012

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Paul Sladkus, founder of Good News PlanetPaul Sladkus has 40 years of diversified experience in the communications industry. He and his company, Milestone Broadcast Corporation, have successfully carried out numerous production, fund raising, advertising/marketing/public relations, new technology and management assignments.

Good News Planet is his current project which brings good news and unique interviews to people around the world.
Find out more at: GoodNewsPlanet.com

Prior to Good News Planet, Paul was an executive with CBS & PBS Television for fourteen years working on more than 150 television shows and series..

Paul’s media credits include:
Emmy’s for Love of Life on CBS, The Nature Series and The Brain Series on PBS/NHK/French.
Other credits:
All in the Family – The Emmys – The Oscars – Sonny and Cher – Good Times – AFI Salute to James Cagney and Orson Wells – Captain Kangaroo – Maude – Match Game – Carol Burnett – WCBS News – LA Lakers – Tony Orlando – The Young and the Restless – Cronkite – The Price Is Right – Rose Bowl Parade – Shirley MacLaine – Innovation – The Pacific Century – All Time Music Songbook – Big Band Music – World Earth Day (with NHK), and other environmental specials – The Water Hour (80 Hours Produced) – UN International Peace Day, and, The UN International Water Day since their inception.

Paul Sladkus is an environmentalist and humanitarian. Paul’s undergraduate degree was from Quinnipiac University, Hamden, Connecticut and Masters was from Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut. Paul plays saxophone and piano. Paul is an ordained Interfaith Minister. His daughter Jennifer is a School Psychologist/Mom along with her husband has two children Jason and Julia, Paul is a proud Poppi.
 

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