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Fifth Gen Media launches ‘Connected with Laurie’ podcast

Safe-Fi Technologies CEO and Laurie Caruso holds weekly conversations with tech and telecom experts.

Fifth Gen Media has covered the intersection between commercial real estate, wireless connectivity, telecommunications and technology industries in print form with its flagship publication, Connected Real Estate Magazine. The company has recently ventured into the multimedia space and will host the “Connected with Laurie” podcast featuring Safe-Fi Technologies CEO and founder Laurie Caruso.

Caruso has worked in the telecommunications industry for more than 26 years. She’s worked with some largest, most complex projects in the industry, including stadiums, hospitality and CRE. Caruso brings a vast knowledge of Wi-Fi, distributed antenna systems (DAS), public safety deployments and more to the podcast. She’s also a member of the Safer Buildings Coalition and has a local television show that helps generate branding for small businesses so they can begin to launch their success.

‘Connected with Laurie’ airs every Wednesday and can be found on podcast platforms such as Spotify, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, Apple Podcasts as well as YouTube. Caruso interviews guests from all corners of the CRE, technology and telecom industries. Discussion topics will include in-building wireless, public safety communications, Internet of Things (IoT), property technology (proptech), digital signage and keeping tenants connected.

The excitement of having great guests

Laurie Caruso commented “I’m excited to be partnering with Connected Real Estate and bringing thought provoking interviews with innovative, brilliant minds highlighting the future of connectivity and technology! You just might be amazed at where the future is going. We will be talking with a number interesting people of on a wide range of topics so every podcast will be unique. I’m determined to make these as interesting as possible”, she said.

Caruso’s guests so far have included T-Mobile Senior Manager of Engineering Business Development Luke Lucas, Google’s Kevin Hanson, City of Fort Lauderdale Telecom Systems Manager Gary Gray and Fifth Gen Media CEO and Publisher Rich Berliner. The future guests will be from all aspects of real estate, wireless, proptech, cybersecurity, consumer products and other business segments.

I’ve been a huge fan of Laurie’s for a long time and helping her to show her people skills with the Podcast series is exciting. In the past she has done interviews at trade shows, moderated panels for us and more. She has skills that get better and better as she does more of these and that’s why I was happy to create this partnership. I enjoy moderating panels but Podcasting is clearly Laurie’s forte”, said Rich Berliner CEO of Fifth Gen Media and Connected Real Estate Publisher. “People like talking with her and sharing their knowledge”.

Catch the latest episode of the “Connected with Laurie” podcast every Wednesday on the Connected podcast page or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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