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Journalist and Motivational Queen Lunic Adisson; Host of "The Voice of New Jersey”, Joins the ChangeMakers Radio Show


EAST ORANGE, NJ - This Saturday, March 26th, the ChangeMakers Show will be speaking with Journalist and Motivational Queen Lunic Adisson. She is best known as the current host of "The Voice of New Jersey".

Lunic is an alumni of Montclair State University, where she majored in television broadcasting and journalism. She has field produced for Fox 5 as well as MY 9 News for many years. Lunic is now hosting her weekly online talk show, as she continues to grow in television production with her own media company.

Lunic has covered major stories as a field producer and as an on air personality  in the tri-state area for several years now. 

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While attending college, she interned for Clive Davis, Whoopi Goldberg, as well as My 9 News. It was during her internship at My 9 News that she was able to excel and demonstrate her love, dedication and passion for researching news stories. Her work impressed the news director so much that she was allowed to break several news leads. Lunic assisted in getting exclusive interviews which broke a national story involving Leatice Brewer of Long Island who drowned her three children in a tub; and in New Jersey; a murder involving a Haitian immigrant Maulaine Noel-Jeune who fulfilled her lifelong dream of opening her own restaurant was shot and killed in the Irvington eatery in a brazen daylight attack. 

Lunic was able to translate and help police and several news stations wrap up each story. After securing a job in the newsroom, she quickly learned importance of staying on top of every lead and deliver each and every time. Lunic was given opportunities like covering President Obama’s historic rise to the White House by conducting interviews with political leaders and voters during political rallies, Republican and Democratic National Conventions.

Her field producing and on air experience runs the gamut; from politics, crime, entertainment, to sports and everything in between. Lunic has covered exclusive governor scandals like Governor Eliot Spitzer and Jim McGreevey. 

She also covered the Giants Super Bowl win in 2008. Just months after arriving at My 9 News, Lunic earned recognition from her colleagues for her work with the Investigative Unit, doing research and going undercover to help reveal wrong doings of plastic surgeons, and wrong doing of major construction companies.

She continues to pursue her career, which she began during her freshman year in college, when she learned hands on main stream radio during an internship with Whoopi Goldberg on the Wake up with Whoopi morning show on WKTU. She has produced her own radio show while hosting as an on air personality with online radio stations like and where she became both stations most loved and controversial radio host, covering major news stories, celebrity gossip and live interviews with the biggest names in show business, including Quincy Jones, Bill Cosby, Rick Ross, Beyonce, Buju Bonton, Mayor Corey Booker, Governor Corzine and Mayor Bloomberg. While committed to covering big stories she still has a love for community stories, interesting people who are game changers and are doing big things in order to make life better for others.

Lunic was born and raised in New Jersey, by parents who were born and raised in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. She speaks her parent’s native language Creole and continues to build her foundation “A Day At A Time”  providing service to the homeless and building the self-esteem of our youth in the inner cities. She enjoys organizing her own fundraisers and is now in preparation for 2nd Annual Summer 2015 Fundraiser.

The Changemakers Show is broadcast on 95.9 F.M. It can be heard throughout Essex County, and beyond. Online we can be heard on, listeners can also tune in by phone by calling (712) 832-2637.

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