Best of 2020: Craig Veltri works behind the scenes to bring podcasts, digital storytelling to life

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PA headed for a federal showdown?

Jen Stefano, journalist and activist, lays out what’s behind a legal case between Pennsylvania and the US Supreme Court over changes in state election law that was not approved by the Legislature.

JD Mullane and Phil Gianficaro, Bucks County Courier Times

About Craig: Graduate of the Art Institute of Philadelphia where I studied Visual Communications. Proud parent of my two sons (Zach, 20, studying Political Science and Journalism at West Chester University; and Max, 18, studying Culinary). Happily married to my high school sweetheart, Brandee, for over 20 years. I have a passion for technology and how innovative digital tools can be used to enhance user experience. I enjoy design, football, weight lifting, photography, poker, travel, Halloween, cornhole and darts.

Hidden talent: Photo retouching and stock photography concepts.

Favorite of 2020: Music during quarantine live stream

“My favorite idea was to have a live stream of some “feel good” music during quarantine, so I reached out to a musician friend. I was inspired by how American Idol handled their shows during quarantine, which gave me the inspiration to do multiple camera angles for this video stream.”

Other top stories in 2020:

Podcast: PA headed for a federal showdown?

Podcast: High school football playoffs

Watch: Live stream of first congressional district debate.

Best of the Best: For the Courier Times, The Intelligencer and Burlington County Times year after year winners.

Editor’s note: Editors and reporters for the Bucks County Courier Times and The Intelligencer are using this final week of the year to share with our subscribers a little about ourselves, our favorite stories of the year and a sampling of our best work. Three reporters/editors will share daily this week.

We thank our subscribers for allowing us to serve you with our local journalism. We hope you enjoy the look back at the year and learn a little bit about us, too. We appreciate your support.

— Shane Fitzgerald, Executive Editor

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