Dan's 48-year journalism career spans the gamut from
broadcast analyst and commentator  to writer, author
and entrepreneur.   Accuracy, speed, dependability and
versatility are the hallmarks of his career and qualities
by travel editors.

Dan has held full-time editorial positions with American
Express, Motor Club of America, the University of
Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey,
The Bergen
Jewish News
, the North Jersey  Herald-News, Woman's
World Magazine
, and M. Silver Associates (a
travel-oriented PR firm).  

He is co-founder, President Emeritus, and Awards
Chairman for NATJA (North American Travel Journalists
Association).  He is also travel editor for New Jersey
Lifestyle Magazine and former travel editor for the The
Maggie Linton Show on Sirius XM Satellite Radio.  Dan's
byline has appeared in
AAA Horizons (Southern New
AAA North Jersey Traveler, AAA Living,
Hemispheres (United Airlines), New Jersey Business,
SoGoNow.com, Travel World International, and
Airways Magazine

He is the former travel editor of both
Hooters and At Your
and a former travel columnist for the North
Jersey Herald-News
and Single People.

Dan's byline has also appeared in the travel sections of
many newspapers, including the
Boston Herald, Buffalo
Evening News
, Charlotte Observer, Denver Post, New
York Post
, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, San
Antonio Express-News
, and Staten Island Advance.  He
has also contributed to Copley News Service,
Delta Sky,
and numerous in-flight and general interest magazines.

Dan is the creator, host, and executive producer of
Travel Itch Radio, a weekly Thursday night broadcast
with an interview format that is heard on
BlogTalkRadio.com and iTunes and posted online in
UP NEXT ON TRAVEL ITCH: Paul Bencivengo of Visit Bucks County joins Travel Itch this Thursday, 2/15 at 8:00 p.m. EST. Historic Bucks County, where George Washington crossed the Delaware to surprise the sleeping Hessians during the Revolutionary War, retains much of its small-town charm and historical legacy. Washington really did sleep there, and the Underground Railroad operated there during the Civil War. Hear all about the riverfront restaurants, inns, galleries, antique shops and more live on iTunes and BlogTalkRadio.com. See you on the radio!