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Quick read: Northwell cranks out COVID-19 book

By GREGORY ZELLER // Well that happened fast: Northwell Health President and CEO Michael Dowling and his favorite literary collaborator have churned out a book chronicling the health system’s experiences at the COVID-19 epicenter. “Leading Through A Pandemic: The Inside Story of Humanity, Innovation and Lessons Learned During the COVID-19 Crisis” (Skyhorse Publishing, August 2020) is slated to hit virtual shelves Aug. 25, written by Dowling and Northwell Health Senior Vice President Charles Kenney, billed…

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At Lorraine Gregory Studios, they’re making the scene

By GREGORY ZELLER // They’re (almost) ready for their close-up at Lorraine Gregory Communications, where the curtain is about to rise on a new video-production studio – and an even bigger sequel is coming soon. Emboldened by the success of a new video-interview segment produced by his spinoff C-suite consultancy Greg’s Corner Office, Lorraine Gregory Communications founder and CEO Greg Demetriou is excited to announce the near-completion of Lorraine Gregory Studios – and “doesn’t that…


CSHL podcast up for a Webby Award (or two)

A Long Island-based podcast is in the running for a top Internet honor – two, actually. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory’s “Base Pairs” podcast, hosted by Andrea Alfano and Brian Stallard, has been selected as a finalist for the Webby Awards People’s Voice Prize and as a finalist for a Webby Award for Best Science and Education Podcast. Presented annually by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, the Webby Awards denote excellence on the…


Podcast personalizes opioid addiction, recovery

Things get real in this month’s edition of the Health Story podcast, which offers insights on the national opioid-addiction crisis. The latest installment of Northwell Health’s monthly series dives deep into one former patient’s journey of addiction and recovery – a cautionary tale about something that already victimizes Americans from every walk of life and “could happen to anyone,” according to the health system. In this case, it happened to New Yorker Jonathan Allen, who…


With ‘Fellows’ effort, SBU podcasts a wider net

By GREGORY ZELLER // It’s a big week for podcast innovations on Long Island. Just days after the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell launched a serialized podcast following the real-life adventures of first-year medical students, Stony Brook Southampton – in partnership with Connecticut-based WSHU Public Radio – has announced a first-of-its-kind Audio Podcast Fellows program. Designed to train students in all aspects of podcasting, the new program – which also involves…


Real-life drama paces new Hofstra/Northwell podcast

By GREGORY ZELLER // It’s “Real World” meets “Grey’s Anatomy” in a new Zucker School of Medicine podcast, which dives deep into the lives of first-year medical students. Providing a “rare and intimate look into the daunting first year of medical school,” the 10-episode podcast “Making an MD: Year One” follows four students during their earliest days at the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell. The free-subscription series is produced and narrated…


‘Madam’ calls, and Spectronics Corp. goes all CIA

By GREGORY ZELLER // From the Art Imitates Life file comes the Spectronics Corp., which is absolutely ready for its latest closeup. The Westbury manufacturer smiled for the cameras on Friday, when production of the CBS Network political drama “Madam Secretary” moved in for a day of location shooting. Spectronics Corp.’s 100,000-square-foot facility played the role of a Virginia company that’s (spoiler alert) actually a CIA front, in an episode slated for broadcast later this…