Cuisine Report

CUISINE REPORT DAILY 1-3 PM FOOD REPORTER CYNTHIA CLARK

The WGSO Cuisine Report is a New Voice for the Pro bio photocommunity to talk food!

The CUISINE REPORT'S mission is to promote new restaurants and support established restaurants, to feature local food brands, and to educate and be educated about topics trends and news about our local and regional rich Gulf south's food industry.

 

Cynthia Clark earned a Bachelor’s of Arts degree from Loyola University of New Orleans in communications and journalism.  Cynthia has 15 years of professional media experience in the disciplines of Marketing, Public Relations, and Broadcasting with the following organizations:

  • Sinclair Broadcasting
  • Entercom of New Orleans
  • Beasley Broadcasting
  • Centennial Broadcasting
  • Millennium Radio of New Jersey
  • ADX Communications

She has worked professionally as a food reporter, news, weather, and music “DJ” on-air announcer in the New Orleans’ market, under the tutelage of the Big870 Morning show host Tommy Tucker. She has also worked professionally as a TV food host along the Gulf Coast. She has been a morning drive producer and writer for WDSU TV 6 and WRNO in New Orleans. She has had the honor of working with New Orleans’ personalities like Alec Gifford, Tommy Tucker, Scoot, current Midday host on the Big 870, Jim Hanzo, current news reporter on the Big 870, and Steve St. John, voice of New Orleans for podcast-archivethe Big 870.

Cynthia is a National President's Club Award honoree for top radio executive performance. She won national recognition by the Radio Advertising Bureau for her innovative multimedia advertising campaigns. She has implemented strategic marketing plans for franchise businesses like Bonefish Grill, an Outback corporation, the Medicine Shoppe and Russell Stover Candy Company.

Cynthia is active in the community today, and is a former board of directors’ member for the French Quarter Business Association and the Louisiana Economic Development Association. She was a speaker for the New Orleans Dental Association, NODA, and spoke on “Bridging the Marketing Gap”. This original seminar authored by Cynthia earned the dentist in attendance state clinical continuing education credits for advertising education requirements.

Please contact the host, and food reporter Cynthia Clark, if you are interested in appearing as a guest or business sponsor.

EMAIL: cynthia@wgso.com or www.facebook.com/thecuisinereport

 

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Cuisine Report

Cuisine & Good News Report – Oct 7 2016

Cuisine & Good News Report – Oct 7 2016

Cynthia Clark is your host started talking about seeds. specifically Sun Flower. seeds, oil, and butter. talked with Amy Collins with the  Beignet Fest  then talked with Exec Chef of Legacy Kitchen Robert Bruce.

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Cuisine & Good News Report Oct 6 2016

Cuisine & Good News Report Oct 6 2016

Cynthia Clark is your host Cynthia started talking about the benefits of rice then in second hour Guest:   Chef Carolyn Shelton, General Manager of  Poseidon

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Cuisine & Good News Report Oct 5 2016

Cuisine & Good News Report Oct 5 2016

Cynthia Clark is your host Started talking about the Vice President Debate in 2nd hour Guest: Emmanuel Kardoulias, Owner of Acropolis Mediterranean Cuisine on Facebook Acropolis Cuisine  David Darragh, President & CEO Reily Foods Company talked about global food safety

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Cuisine & Good News Report Oct 4 2016

Cuisine & Good News Report Oct 4 2016

Cynthia Clark is your host Started show talking about Voting and if you are not registered then get out and do it. Talked more about Nuts Then talked with her Weekly  Guest Dr Kya Robottom MD Ideal Health New Orleans talked about eating healthy.

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Cuisine & Good News Report Oct 3 2016

Cuisine & Good News Report Oct 3 2016

Cynthia Clark is your host talked about Pecans and there health benefits. Then touched on Litter, and the fines if you are caught.

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