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JSA launches a new podcast series, Data Movers, hosted by Jaymie Scotto Cutaia, Telecom PR Pro, and Evan Kirstel, B2B Social Media Influencer,

prnewswire | November 04, 2020

JSA launches a new podcast series, Data Movers, hosted by Jaymie Scotto Cutaia, Telecom PR Pro, and Evan Kirstel, B2B Social Media Influencer,
Jaymie Scotto and Associates (JSA), the superior supplier of advertising, advanced showcasing and function arranging administrations for the telecom, server farm and tech ventures, today dispatches another arrangement on its JSA Podcasts station: Data Movers. The digital broadcast arrangement highlights interviews with the most compelling people of the present driving telcos and server farms. Scenes will feature the foundation stories, the profession highs and lows, and exceptional viewpoints on the eventual fate of the business from those with an immediate heartbeat on computerized framework.

The digital broadcast is facilitated by notable industry voices Jaymie Scotto Cutaia and Evan Kirstel. Both Kirstel and Cutaia have been positioned as top telecom influencers for quite a while running. As originator and CEO of JSA, Cutaia has manufactured a few industry media stations, including the Telecom News Now blog, JSA TV and JSA's month to month virtual roundtable arrangement. Kirstel is a prominent idea pioneer in IT and telecom, with an online followership of more than 400,000 over his web-based media stages.

"JSA Podcasts are already enjoyed by an audience of thousands from around the world, but we wanted to create a new show with a new angle: taking a deeper dive into the minds of industry leaders," says Cutaia. "The 'movers' part of Data Movers refers to movers and shakers, the shot callers that are on the forefront of what is happening in the world of data center infrastructure and telecommunications. Along with Evan, I'm excited for the opportunity to learn what these leaders are curious about, what inspires them and what insights they can share."

The web recording arrangement dispatches November 4 with new scenes delivered every other week. A heavenly steady of visitors is now arranged for the rest of the year:

November 4 - Erick Contag, Executive Chairman of GlobeNet and President of SubOptic Association

November 11 - Lee Kirby, Chairman and Co-Founder of Salute Mission Critical

November 18 - Phillip Marangella, Chief Marketing Office of EdgeConneX

December 2 - Dr. Julie Albright, Lecturer at the University of Southern California and Board Member of iMasons

December 16 - Raul K. Martynek, CEO of DataBank

December 30 - Dave Johnson, President of Comstar Technologies

To tune in to the web recording visit JSA Podcasts, or buy in through Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn or iHeartRadio.

About JSA

Celebrating over 15 years of success, Jaymie Scotto & Associates (JSA) is the preeminent provider of Public Relations, Lead Generation and Account Based Marketing (ABM), and Event Planning services to the telecom, data center and tech industries. Awarded 'Most Outstanding Telecoms PR Agency' by LiveWire for two years in a row, our success is attributed to our skilled JSA team, innovative tools, and established media and industry relationships. Combined, these allow us to deliver the finest lead nurturing, media outreach and brand awareness services available, orchestrated in a timely, integrated marketing plan customized for each client, to offer optimal and measurable ROI.

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