Hey, check out the OLD Innertube at www.musicalinnertubevolume1.com!
July 9, 2020

The Musical Innertube - Volume 2, Number 6 - Nell McCormack Abom

Don and John talk with Nell McCormack Abom, journalist and head of her own public relations firm, about the state of the media, television news, and small business in the time of pandemic.


Don and John talk with Nell McCormack Abom, journalist and head of her own public relations firm, about the state of the media, television news, small business in the time of pandemic, and the perfect Pennsylvania vacation spot.

Nell McCormack Abom Profile Photo

Nell McCormack Abom

Sláinte!
It’s how Nell McCormack Abom starts and ends most conversations. She’s a proud American of Irish descent. A Pennsylvania native. An eternal Philly sports fan. A political aficionada. And a wife, mother, and natural-born conversationalist.
Nell has built a career telling stories and starting conversations with some of Pennsylvania’s most compelling people. From governors to death-row inmates, Nell delves deeply into the personalities and motivations of Pennsylvania’s newsmakers — always seeking the context of events that shape our communities.
For 12 years, Nell hosted witf-TV’s Smart Talk, Central Pennsylvania’s prime-time, award-winning public affairs program. The Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences honored Nell with an Emmy as Outstanding Program Host/Moderator, and Smart Talk received numerous Emmy nominations and Pennsylvania Associated Press Broadcasters’ Association Awards.
Prior to joining witf, Nell helped direct media relations for Pennsylvania Governors Tom Ridge and Bob Casey. Under Ridge, Governing magazine described it as “Pennsylvania’s masterful P.R. machine.” Nell directed and produced Pennsylvania’s first-ever, multi-live-shot state budget address, wrote and co-produced the national award-winning live broadcast and webcast of the historic Pennsylvania Safe Schools Summit, and collaborated on the Emmy-winning documentary, Fighting Back: Pennsylvania’s Special Session on Crime.