Media Training

You want to leave a positive, lasting impression. We coach you on how to present targeted messages, memorable quotes and clear communication.

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Reputation Management

In our changing media and economic environment, establishing and protecting a company's reputation has become more important than ever.

Reputation Management Reputation Management


We help mayors, city and county managers, and council members develop vital skills and techniques to convey their message to the media and the public.

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On Air Production

We develop video programming for your company or organization for network or major market broadcast and for internal corporate or agency distribution.

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When you talk to a reporter, give a speech or presentation you need to look your best, sound your best and leave your audience impressed. It is not a simple task! That’s why clients turn to Paymar Communications Group to ensure that when it’s your time to present, your skills are fine tuned for success.

As an anchor and correspondent at CNBC and Business Week, Jim Paymar has interviewed scores of CEO’s at Fortune 500 companies and knows what makes a good interview. He has taken his skills working as a journalist for more than 20 years and focused them on helping executives get it straight, get it right, get results.

Long Island Business Report on WLIW21 in New York won a Folio Award from Long Island’s Fair Media Council in the best Talk Show/Commentary category. The program also received an award from the Press Club of Long Island, the Society of Professional Journalists, in “Business” programming.

Long Island Business Report which launched in January, saw a steady, sustained rise in the ratings in its inaugural season. LIBR started with no measurable ratings from Nielsen. It grew to a (.1) then a (.2) and peaked at a (.3) which means 27,000 households viewed on Wednesday at 7:00 pm in the NY Metro area. That is an exceptional number for a PBS station. The program repeats on Thursday at 11:30pm and Sunday at 9:30am and is gaining ratings in those time periods.

Long Island Business Report provides an in-depth look at what needs to be accomplished to make Long Island a better place to live and work by exploring economic and business trends. This seasons guests included many of the top names in business, technology, health care and transportation. [click to continue…]

High Schoolers Learn From Pros at Molloy Business Boot Camp

July 18, 2012

It’s never too early to lay the groundwork for a promising business career. Throughout the week, students participated in a wide variety of activities designed to foster skills that are necessary in the current business climate. They simulated the New York Stock Exchange by trading candy bars, were taught the finer points of a proper business lunch, and learned how to land great internships.

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Long Island Business Report Debut’s on WLIW

July 18, 2012

Public television station WLIW21 on Tuesday will air The Long Island Business Report, a half-hour show hosted by former CNBC and BusinessWeek anchor Jim Paymar. The program, produced in collaboration between the station and Rockville Centre-based Paymar Communications Group, is set to debut at 10:30 p.m. Tuesday and be replayed on Saturday at 5:30 p.m. and Sunday at 10:30 a.m.

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