Music Journalism A-Z – Jenny Eliscu

By Edward Jennings, on 02 Feb 05, 2013

Jenny Eliscu

I am taking a sharp 90 degree turn with the music journalism A-Z series. Today’s music blog post is about Jenny Eliscu. I want to recognize Jenny Eliscu’s integrated music journalism/broadcasting skills which she exercises with natural aplomb .

1) She is a contributing editor and music critic at Rolling Stone Magazine. Jenny had a recurring in the MTV reality television show I’m From Rolling Stone. This limited run (10 episodes) highlighted s ix aspiring music journalists who were given summer internships in the hopes of earning a contributing editor place at Rolling Stone Magazine.

2) Jenny Eliscu authored and delivered an authoritative college music career guide. The information this RS publication has is highly valuable and complimentary to Rolling Stone Magazine’s publishing mission in the media industry segment. The guide is extremely well-researched, highly factual and concise. It is an eight year old title that could stand a refresh with the all the changes in digital publishing and the cloud music explosion that are feverishly underway.

Schools That Rock: The Rolling Stone College Guide

3) Jenny Eliscu also hosts a show on Sirius Satellite Radio channel 35: Sirius XMU, The Spectrum with Jenny Eliscu  She’s been indulging her obsession with new music on-air at Sirius XM since 2006.

Find her on Twitter @jennylsq

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