Mark Snyder's Bio

   Mark Snyder has been in radio for over thirty years-starting as a nine year old hosting a local kid's show. After college, he followed that early success with the highly-acclaimed Singles Lifeline Show, which ran on eight radio stations and resulted in over 200 marriages. This culminated in his current That's Life with Mark Snyder, the celebrity interview show, that ran on WMSX (1410 am) for almost nine years and currently can be heard on the World Wide Web at Snyder also created Radio A La Carte, a food show that aired for three years on radio, and has been recreated for the internet.

Snyder, a product of Curry College and Marquette University, is the senior vice president of Professional Marketing & Promotions Company (PMP) and the CEO of, the internet's entertainment superstation.

His expertise in public relations, marketing and promotions dates back to his first position as Assistant Director of Public Relations and Sports Information at Curry College. Since then, Mark has handled public relations, marketing and promotions for over 75 clients, including law firms, medical practices, financial companies, game companies, and performers.

Mark was recently honored in the Millennium (2000) issue of Who's Who in America; the 1996 and 1997 editions of Who's Who in the World; the 25th anniversary edition of Who's Who in the East; the 1997 edition of Who's Who in the Media, and was the youngest honoree in the 1975 edition of Who's Who Among Student's in America's Colleges and Universities. He was also listed in the 1976 College Social Register.

Snyder's poetry has won three national awards. He is the author of a syndicated monthly business column, "Business Rumblings", that is published by Community Newspaper Company, a Fidelity publishing branch. He also writes a weekly column in the Stoughton Journal, "Snyder's Stoughton". Snyder has published four books and has had over 700 published articles and stories.

An elected official (finance committee and town meeting) in his hometown of Stoughton, MA, he is a past chairman of the board of the Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce, based in Norwood, MA. The Chamber grew from 26o businesses to 950 under his reign as a board member, communications (marketing) director and chairman. He was honored by former Governor William Weld, the Massachusetts Senate & House, and Senator John Kerry for his work at the Chamber.

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