Connecting the over-50 South Shore community with services and information important to their daily lives via a monthly free newspaper, online presence and weekly radio show.
South Shore Senior News, published by My Generation Media, Inc., delivers the latest information on the issues of interest to South Shore seniors, family members and loved ones to help our readers “age well, and enjoy themselves while doing it!” Published monthly, this independently and minority owned publication contains all original content from local experts in their fields; staff generated news stories and a wide range of special reports on the major aging issues of the day.
Our online reach is significant and our weekly radio show, My Generation, airs every Sunday night on WATD-FM 95.9, from 7-8:00 pm. We host guests with expertise in the field of senior health, finances, wellness, living options, entertainment, travel…and more!
Meet the Owners
Patti brings with her more than 30 years’ of experience in the fields of media relations, marketing communications, journalism, publishing and nonprofit management. She is also a photographer and enjoys capturing images along the scenic South Shore coast. She and Tom enjoy kayaking from their seaside home.
As a life-long entrepreneur, Tom has created many successful businesses including an insurance claims firm, a large a property management company and a heating services business. His hobbies include classic cars and motorcycles as well as riding his bicycle along the coastal roads.
We are so pleased to welcome our new Senior Account Executive, Jacqueline Smith, to the company! Jackie is looking forward to meeting you soon!
With a successful career in sales and marketing, Jackie also brings with her outstanding talents in the fields of customer service, stand-up comedy, as well as radio show production and hosting. Jackie lives in the Boston suburbs with her husband and five daughters.
“We are thrilled to be joining the 15-year legacy of the South Shore Senior News, and are looking forward to meeting all of our advertisers and contributors. We live and work on the South Shore, are in the “50 plus” demographic, and are committed to providing excellent customer service while creating a meaningful and relevant publication for our readers. We look forward to meeting you out in the communities of the South Shore over the coming months.” — Patti and Tom
South Shore Senior News is distributed throughout 30 South Shore cities and towns and available for those over 50 years of age, their family members, care givers and other interested readers, free of charge at over 400 controlled circulation venues throughout the South Shore.
Published 12-times per year, South Shore Senior News delivers entertaining and informative articles of interest. All of the stories, reports and reviews concentrate on topics that are of direct interest to our targeted readership with a goal of helping to enhance the quality of their life.
South Shore Senior News provides targeted coverage of local news while providing feature articles on health and wellness, financial planning, elder law considerations, senior fitness and entertainment. All of our stories, reports and reviews are written by our staff and local authors who live and work throughout the South Shore communities.
The motivations to provide South Shore Senior News for our readers are many. We hope our readers enjoy our publication and find it to be a helpful resource to “age well and enjoy themselves while doing it!”
My Generation Media, Inc.
P. O. Box 202, Hingham, MA 02043
Publisher: Patricia Abbate
Member of North American Mature Publishers Association
Serving the communities south of Boston in more than 30 cities and towns. Published monthly and available to over 100,000 seniors via controlled circulation. The publisher of South Shore Senior News assumes no responsibility for errors, but will reprint in a subsequent edition corrections to that portion of an advertisement or article in which an error occurs.
All advertisements are run at the discretion of the publisher. Reproduction of the contents of South Shore Senior News is prohibited, without the permission of the Publisher. Reprints are available.
All editorial and advertisements within this newspaper are provided for general information only and should not be treated as a substitute for the medical advice of your doctor or other health professionals or licensed legal or financial advisors.
The Publisher is not liable for the contents of any external Internet sites listed, nor does it endorse any product or service mentioned or advised on any of the sites. Always consult your doctor if you are in any way concerned about your health.