Ed Eisen offers audiences 29 different programs. Sometimes people laugh, cry, remember. Other programs energize, inspire, motivate, even transform.
Eisen's story is a story of someone who fell -- like the TV commercial -- but got up. At 19, he entered the world of broadcasting as a top 40 DJ. By the time he was 25 he had more holes in his resume than a slice of Swiss cheese. The comic book fantasy of a young reporter on a mission to save the world as Superman catapulted him into the Fourth Estate.
He worked for three of the nation's top dailies until —like dinosaurs — newspapers one by one began to die. The survivor instinct carried this veteran reporter to a new line of work: He became a spokesman for two popes and shared a bowl of chicken soup with Mother Teresa, events that changed the course of his life. His is the story of how this kid from Brooklyn, a failed DJ, turned some bad lemons into lemonade, a story that resonates with those who have struggled with failure and success. Ed's programs have been reviewed by readers of The Philadelphia Inquirer, The National Catholic Reporter, The Jewish Exponent, The Bucks County Courier Times and on public radio and TV.
View Ed's broadcasts, videos, media reviews and choose from one of his hour-long programs augmented with powerful visuals. Click the "Offers" section below to view a sample of programs Ed can bring to your next event:
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"Our residents thoroughly enjoyed hearing about A Reporter's Front Row Seat to History. We did not know exactly what to expect, but as your story unfolded, it was quite evident the plot had an unexpected twist revealed at the end. Your account of interviews was fascinating. Our residents were completely captivated." Julia Grochowaski, Gloria Dei at the Park, Horsham
"Ed Eisen has received high client acclaim at Pine Run for his bi-monthly current events program called Sound-Off! Our people tell me they look forward to his one-hour Friday get-togethers where anything can be discussed, everything is on the table!" Ceil Krajewski, Pine Run, Doylestown
"So nice to meet and speak with you last evening! And we loved your talk! Such a unique story and so well presented. Everyone was very pleased. Thank you so much." Elaine Letrandt, Upper Moreland Historical Association
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