iMedia PR News

 As a new feature, we are now going to profile client activities and new developments for iMedia Public Relations each week on our blog. We open with the addition of two new clients, and Dr. Patricia Fuzzi of Professional Behavioral Center of New Jersey, P.A. – We have officially been engaged to launch, a new music site and online store focused on developing and marketing emerging music artists from New Jersey and other locales.

The Biggest “Secret” in New Jersey is now out with the Launch of; New Online Music Site and Store to Provide Platform for Emerging Musical Talent in New Jersey

A mainstay for the world’s best musicians but a hidden secret for years to the general public, The City Lights Recording Studio located at 1299 Route 33 in Farmingdale is now open for business to the world with the launch of a showcase for some of New Jersey’s great musical talent, as well as performers from all over the country. is founded by singer-songwriter and producer Guy Daniel, who has been operating City Lights Recording Studio, since 1990, one of the leading recording studios on the east coast. City Lights Recording Studio has been profiled in leading industry trade publications such as Mix Magazine and Pro Sound News.

It is New Jersey’s premier State of the Art Digital Recording Complex, offering the best in both digital and analog recording technology, located just one hour from Philadelphia and Atlantic City and minutes away from the Jersey Shore. Some of rock n roll’s greatest performers have recorded at the studio including Bruce Springsteen, James Brown, Bad Company, Rich Blackwell from the original E Street Band, Richie Sambora, members of the Rolling Stones, members of the Bon Jovi band, and even Brooke Shields, among countless others.

“New Jersey is the rock n roll capital of the USA and will allow us to show why by featuring some of the great musical talent in this state and throughout the country,” said Guy Daniel. “1299 will be more than just an online store. It will be a record label, promotional and merchandising arm and a recording studio for the 1299 artists, who will be able to perform and record on-site here at the City Lights Recording Studio.” will be the place for emerging New Jersey musical talent to showcase and sell their recordings, in a secure environment that protects their intellectual rights. The only way individuals can purchase or listen to the music on the site is to register as either an artist or with a fan account. A total of 99 performing slots will be open on the site and those performers will be actively promoted by 1299. Artists will move up and down the 1299 charts based on downloads and on-site plays of their songs. In addition to being the home of emerging musical talent, will feature classic R&B and soul music of the past, including artists such as Bonnie Pointer, the Chi-Lites , Hall of Famer Lloyd Price and Rat Pack legend Sammy Davis Jr.

Professional Behavioral Center of New Jersey, P.A. – has been assisting patients at its Manalapan location for several years and has now opened a second location at Two Jocama Blvd. in Old Bridge. Dr. Patricia Fuzzi has retained iMedia Public Relations to develop pr programs to educate the community on the introduction of two unique treatment technologies to the practice, Neurofeedback (EEG) and Neurostar TMS Therapy unit. Neurofeedback is brain exercise. The electroencephalogram (EEG) is another name for the brain wave recordings and, in this context, biofeedback refers to the process by which patients learn to change their brain waves and thereby gain greater control over brain states. Neuorstar TMS Therapy is an innovative technology for the treatment of depression. TMS has been safely administered with over 20 years of research. Used at over 200 centers around the country, the Neurostar is the only TMS device FDA-cleared for the treatment of depression. It’s a safe procedure performed in the office using a magnetic field, similar to an MRI, while patients remain awake and alert. Professional Behavioral Center of New Jersey, P.A. will be the only facility in the state offering both technologies. In the spring, Dr. Fuzzi will be launching a separate Educare Childcare Center for children adjacent to the practice’s new offices at Two Jocama Blvd. The Manalapan office remains open.

Client News

Insightful Player – Our client, Chrissy Carew, was profiled in Patriots Weekly, the official newspaper published by the New England Patriots. Carew is the founder of Insightful Player. The Insightful Player™ recognizes current and former NFL players who are persons of integrity, all who share the common goal of spreading their personal message of hope, for the sole purpose of lifting the spirits of all, particularly children. The Insightful Player™ team members are individuals that believed in themselves and relentlessly pursued their most far-reaching dreams, which resulted in a career in the National Football League. The website features the inspirational stories of 30 current and former NFL players, each of whom overcame great obstacles and hardships to become not just fine athletes, but through their values and their life experiences, became extraordinary individuals that serve as an inspiration to us all. Rashied Davis of the Chicago Bears and Jerricho Cotchery of the NY Jets are two Insightful Players, recognized for overcoming gang violence in their youth.

Association of NJ Chiropractors – With the recent snowstorms, we have issued health alerts for snow shoveling to area media, using tips provided by the Association of NJ Chiropractors, the statewide association representing over 1700 chiropractors statewide. Some of the recent press pickup includes:

Bergen Record



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