Judi Paparelli.

Writer.

Public Speaker.

Media Entrepreneur.

The Road.

Explorer.

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From developing and implementing a Boston traffic reporting system... to exploring and photographing West Coast scenic highways... Judi's career path involves roadways... cameras... and microphones.


Media Entrepreneur.

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Radio, television and public speaking veteran Judi Paparelli is an entrepreneur known for her originality, personality and elegant delivery.

Charleston's "Young Career Woman."

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Before becoming a nationally syndicated radio show host, the New York native hosted talk shows in Laconia, New Hampshire; Charleston, South Carolina; Atlanta, Georgia and Boston, Massachusetts. While in South Carolina, she was chosen as Charleston's 

"Young Career Woman."

Boston Radio Reporter.

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In Boston, Judi's insightful wit made her a popular traffic reporter, 

morning radio sidekick and

News and Entertainment Director.

Traffic System Developer.

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A media pioneer, Judi developed TRAFFIC WATCH, a traffic reporting system 

broadcast jointly by 

Boston's WBZ-TV and KISS 108 Radio.

Her communication system incorporated graphics, live cameras and, at the time, ground-breaking traffic construction forecasting -- a technique immediately recognized as so helpful to commuters, that it is now regularly used across the country.

Boston Mayoral Proclamation Recipient.

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For her efforts and innovation in behalf of the City of Boston, Judi was awarded a special honor by then-Boston Mayor Raymond Flynn.  

Governor William Weld and the U.S. Department of Transportation also recognized her project for its success in bringing together local, state and national transportation and law enforcement officials, in order to facilitate effective communication.

National Radio Host.

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While broadcasting in Boston, Judi was pursued by Talk America Radio Network to create her own national show, and "Judiworld: A Global Radio Adventure" was born.

Judi's hosting style, her direct-yet-respectful delivery and ability to connect with listeners from all walks of life have been described as "controversy with class."

Olympic Torch Carrier.

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In addition to her renowned radio career, Judi is known for her live event coverage. 

She was chosen to carry the 

Olympic Torch for the City of Boston; 

sailed the Tall Ships; provided live-at-sea coverage during the 

U.S.S. Constitution "Old Ironsides" 

200th Birthday Sail and regularly covered 

the Boston Marathon. 

USA Radio Host Delegation Member on Assignment in Saudi Arabia.

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Judi traveled to Saudi Arabia with a delegation of eight radio talk show hosts chosen from across the United States, and filed extensive reports while in the enigmatic kingdom. 

Adventures of Media Girl.

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Reporting live from Republican and Democratic conventions, primaries, presidential campaigns and inaugurations, she utilized her original "Audio Diaries," which invite listeners inside whatever world Judi covers.

Copywriter. Hollywood Plus Co-host.

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As a staff writer and copywriter, Judi has written and voiced scores of successful radio and television commercials, and has developed advertising proposals for clients and sponsors around the world. 

For many years, Judi produced and co-hosted "Hollywood Plus: The Radio Show" with author and Hollywood Storyteller, the late, great Stephen Schochet.

(Listen to "Hollywood Plus" on Radio page.) 

Public Speaker. Radio Guest. Writer. Photographer.

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An accomplished public speaker, Judi draws upon her wit and wide-ranging anecdotal experience to offer an original perspective on topics including media, lack of civility and the effects of gossip in the workplace.

She is a writer and frequent radio guest.

Judi served as an Interview Specialist for the City of Los Angeles. 

 

With her husband -- author and fellow explorer, Russell S. Dynda -- Judi spent seven years documenting and photographing Pacific coastal natural wonders.

(See Vista page for photos.)