About

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Announcing the return of The New York Megaphone.

The Megaphone was originally published from 2005 to 2008 by a team of “Citizen journalists pursuing the unreported story” as a part of the Vox Pop coffeehouse in central Brooklyn. Publisher Sander Hicks has won awards for starting Vox Pop and for his independent publishing about George W. Bush.

We are part of the new national movement, where new political candidates sweep out old-guard, calcified corruption. We will support the candidacies of progressives like our friend, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Sander Hicks, publisher of The New York Megaphone, has appeared on 60 Minutes, CNN, Cinemax/HBO, Press TV, and repeatedly in the New York Times.

The New York Megaphone’s look is edgy, smart and sharp.  Distribution is all around Midtown, East Village, Upper East Side, Lower East Side, Midtown, Williamsburg, Greenpoint, and Astoria/LIC. The paper is free and our paid staff will distribute the paper outside subways, and in cafes, bars, restaurants, apartment buildings, and public housing. We are active in rallying support for progressive candidates throughout our neighborhoods, and in the 12th Congressional District.

Small Business Support!

We support progressive economics. We support new forms of national banking, to help small business. So locally, we fully support our advertisers. We produce release parties and live events so that we can all network, as readers, writers, and advertisers. Nothing beats a smile and a handshake to meet new potential customers.

Highlights of the New York Megaphone’s Previous Exclusive and Daring Journalism

We broke stories on FBI corruption in NYC and Shreveport, LA. In NYC, we focused on the Lin DeVecchio scandal, in which an FBI Supervisory Agent was indicted on four counts of murder. But the case fell apart in court when the prosecution took a “Dive to the Mat.”  We exposed the corruption of Governor Eliot Spitzer, including his role in the insurance fraud of Larry Silverstein, of Silverstein Properties. We broke the story of Spitzer filing an “Amicus Brief” to help Silverstein reap an extra billion dollars in insurance money for 9/11/01.


 

Contact:

Sander Hicks

Publisher

New York Megaphone

Office: 929 337 6099

 

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Hi I'm Sander.

I'm the publisher of New York Megaphone,.I really want to be a different kind of paper. For advertisters, we want to pick small businesses we care about and help them grow. Not just with a print ad, but also email and web, and live events!

What can we do for you?

Email me today! Or call me at 929 337 6099.

sander [at] newyorkmegaphone.com

or click here.

Publisher Sander Hicks has won awards for his business and publishing ventures. Hicks is nationally known for his courageous stand and confrontations with Rudy Giuliani, Dick Cheney, and the Shreveport FBI. He is relaunching the Megaphone in 2018 in order to get the truth out there, make the case for Impeachment of the US President, and contribute to a grassroots movement that is serious about deep economic and social change.