Zach Seidenberg Print E-mail

Senior Account Manager


Zach Seidenberg joined the staff of Strauss Media Strategies, Inc. in March, 2006 and brings with him more than six years experience working in news. Joining Straus Media as a Senior Account Executive, in 2008 Zach was named Account Manager overseeing outreach for a number of key corporate and non-profit clients. In 2012, Zach was again promoted to the position of Senior Account Manager.

Previously, Zach served as the news director at WFSU-FM in Tallahassee and for Florida Public Radio. At WFSU-FM for three years, Zach worked as reporter, producer, talk show host and assistant news director before becoming news director.

Zach covered the Florida Legislature and state politics for 13 public radio stations in Florida from Miami to Pensacola. In addition, Zach also hosted a weekly call-in program called Perspectives and a monthly call-in program called Florida On The Line, which aired statewide. Zach also covered politics and hurricanes for national NPR news from Florida.

Zach is a graduate of the University of Florida in Gainesville. He received a B.S. in telecommunication from the School of Journalism and Communications where he worked in both radio and television news and production.

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