The Daily Beat

Premiere DateApr 13, 2015
Categories Culture Politics Talk
00:00 The Daily Beat Intro
01:17 The Daily Beat pt. 1 Small Business Congress
02:50 The Daily Beat pt. 2 Steven Barrison - SMC
05:49 The Daily Beat pt. 3 What we can do NOW?
13:12 The Daily Beat Outro
13:26 2000 Now! POW!
15:48 Finish

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The Daily Beat is a daily news podcast that gives you 15 minutes of digestible investigations into an ongoing weekly story. Tune in Monday through Friday at 7 p.m. with your host Lisa Autz to hear original reporting on events throughout New York City that speak to greater national and international issues.

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This week on the Daily Beat we look into NYC’s vanishing local, small businesses and the action taking to save them.

Don’t miss a beat!

Today: Monday April 13, 2015 – This week’s podcast reviews the SAVENYC campaign taking storm throughout social media. It began through the efforts of Jeremiah Moss, the author of the Vanishing New York Blog. Now across the city, people are rallying to pass the Small Business Jobs Survival Act to protect the rights of our favorite local shops to survive.

April 2 marks the one-year anniversary of the Supreme Court’s McCutcheon v FEC ruling, which further flooded the election system by not eliminating the ability for committees to aggregate funding into giant fundraising committees for candidates.

Today, you will hear a very informative interview with Steven Barrison, the Executive Vice President and Spokesperson of the Small Business Congress. The Small Business Congress is advocating the the Small Business Jobs Survival Act to get tenants the rights they deserve to prevent the abuse of landlords to hike rent prices and make unfair lease agreements.

HOST Lisa Autz
Lisa Autz is a staff writer, as well as Host of The Daily Beat and Co-Host of Third Eye Weekly. Lisa has a background in journalism and economics. She enjoys working on stories that shed light on the…

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