The Stoler Report-NY's Business Report
New York City's only weekly television show profiling the real estate and business trends in the tri-state region. Each new broadcasts airs 8 times a week in New York City on CUNY TV in New York City. In January, 2013 the show began airing in the tri-state region on PBS. The show also airs 5 times a week in East Hampton and Montauk, Long Island on WEGTV Channel 22.
Since the inception of the program in November, 2001, more than 1,600 individuals have participated in the lively panel discussion.
Past and current broadcasts can be viewed on the Internet on numerous web sites including YouTube and iTunes and available on "App" store for iPad & iPhone.
The show is also available on an
"APP" for iPhone/iPad at App Store and Google Play for Android devices.
Michael Stoler is the host of the Stoler Report-New York's Business Report.
Mr. Stoler is the president of New York Real Estate TV, LLC, the producer of "The Stoler Report", "Building New York-New York Life Stories" and the "New York Business Report with Michael Stoler". He also serves as a Managing Director at Madison Realty Capital and president of Princeton Commercial Corporation & Michael Stoler & Associates, LTD.
Michael serves as the real estate reporter for 1010 WINS AM. The Michael Stoler Real Estate Report debuted in June 2007, airs on the weekends and on the CBS New York web site.
Michael Stoler is also the host of "Building New York-New York Life Stories", a weekly television broadcast which profiles the lives of individuals from the metropolitan region. The show airs on 8 times a week CUNY TV in New York City. The show airs two times on Tuesday evening around the nation on JLTV TV at 9 PM and 12 Midnight. The show airs a number of sites on the Internet. Since the inception of the program in March, 2006, more than 170 individuals have participated on the one to one discussion.
In September, 2012, Mr. Stoler began hosting the "New York Business Report with Michael Stoler" a weekly panel discussion focusing on the drivers of the businesses of New York City. The show aired 7 times a week on PBS channels in the region.