For Immediate Release
Contact: Willy Gissen
Cut-It-Out Communications, Inc.
914-723-7212 / 914-840-1299 (fax)

Cut-It-Out Discusses Net Neutrality
on The Morning Show with Bob Marrone

Hartsdale, NY, Nov. 25, ’14 Cut-It-Out Communications, Inc. (, a full-service Westchester public relations agency, today announced its President appeared on The Morning Show with Bob Marrone in a radio interview on WFAS 1230 AM about net neutrality.

The President of the company, Willy Gissen, discussed the history of net neutrality, the culture of the Internet and the upcoming ruling by the FCC. Mr. Marrone moved to WFAS after six years of service as news director for WVOX where he won two New York State Broadcaster Association awards for best news and public affairs programs.

Willy Gissen, President of Cut-It-Out Communications, said, “It was an honor to appear on The Morning Show and respond to insightful questions by Mr. Marrone about the pros and cons of net neutrality. He quickly cut to the heart of the issue, espousing the competing arguments on each side.”

Bob Marrone, host of The Morning Show, added, “I think all of our listeners benefited from Mr. Gissen’s understanding of net neutrality, its implications for the business community in general and public relations in specific. We look forward to having him back on the show when the FCC reaches a decision.”

Bob Marrone has interviewed a wide range of subjects from White House correspondents to local mayors. He received Habitat for Humanity’s media award for his coverage of the 2007 floods afflicting Westchester residents. His first book, No Guarantees, is a personal memoir about depression and is due to be published in the spring of 2015.

Founded in 2003, Cut-It-Out Communications is a full-service Westchester public relations firm assisting international, regional and local clients with online publicity including corporate blogs, email newsletters, social media and search engine optimization.

The radio interview on net neutrality is available below here for review –

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