New Construction Strategies Radio Network and McGraw Hill Team up to Distribute Programming Focused on Emerging Trends in the Construction Industry

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New Construction Strategies Radio Network and McGraw Hill Team up to distribute programming focused on emerging trends in the construction industry including radio interviews of leading thinkers in the construction industry.

Today, the New Construction Strategies Radio Network (NCSR), a joint venture of Garrison Associates and Jackstreet Media, reached agreement to distribute NCSR programming on McGraw Hill's Southeast Construction site. The program features interviews with business leaders across every segment of the construction industry, including general contractors, subcontractors, union leaders, trade associations, architects, engineers, building and facility owners and vendors. The program aims to give a 360 degree perspective of the issues facing the industry and focuses on uncovering emerging trends and "next" practices. Southeast Construction reaches more than 28,000 readers and serves the $65.8 billion construction market in the Southeast.

"Southeast Construction is a valuable resource to the region's construction industry with a history of providing high quality, in-depth features. We are delighted to collaborate with them to deliver this programming," said Ted Garrison, host of New Construction Strategies Radio.

About New Construction Radio Network
The New Construction Strategies Radio Network produces programming focused on uncovering the best insights, best practices and emerging construction strategies in the construction industry. The program is available, online, on demand, 24/7 at A new segment is added every week and visitors to the site may subscribe to the program to get full access to the complete archive of programming. New Construction Strategies is produced by Emmy winning broadcaster Errol Smith. The business model for the program was developed by Jackstreet Media and the program is distributed on the Affiliate Nanocasting Network using Really Targeted Syndication (RTS) ™

For more information, go to or For information on syndication go to, or contact Ted Garrison at 800-861-0874.

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