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by Danny Groner

March 2, 2011 | 4:40 pm

Danny Groner is a contributing writer to the Jewish Journal. He has worked in journalism since he was a teenager, starting off as an intern for a local publication. During his college years at Yeshiva University in New York, he continued to develop his multimedia skills while working for media conglomerates such as ABC’s World News, Martha Stewart Omnimedia, and Gawker Media. He currently serves as manager of blogger partnerships and outreach for Shutterstock.

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Danny Groner is a contributing writer to the Jewish Journal. He has worked in journalism since he was a teenager, starting off as an intern for a local publication. During his...

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