Diana Saenger began reviewing entertainment in 1985 for a San Diego newspaper and quickly watched her coverage of film, books, music and home entertainment products expand to other newspapers and magazines. She created the Saenger Syndicate in 1990 and and has added other reviewers to the syndicate.
Saenger Syndicate reviews of film, books and DVDs and celebrity interviews appear in print media of weekly and monthly publications with more than 3, 454,000 circulation, and online at www.reviewexpress.com and www.reeltalkreviews.com and www.rottentomatoes.com Her markets include all ages – seniors, kids, and everyone in-between.
An award winning journalist, Diana has won numerous awards with California Media Professionals, San Diego Press Club and the National Federation of Press Women.
Diana is past president of So. California Media Professionals, past president and treasurer of the San Diego Film Critic’s Society, member of Alliance of Women Film Journalists and the author of Everyone Wants My Job: the ABC's of Entertainment Writing, and The Vietnam War: Life As A POW.
She is also president of SANDS Publishing, works as a freelance editor and marketing consultant for other publishers and handles marketing for DS Public Relations clients. Diana was recently nominated by California State Assemblyman Joel Anderson for "Woman of the Year" for CA's 77th District.
REVIEWERS FOR THE SAENGER SYNDICATE
Graduating from college with a degree in video production, Michael Black is a reviewer for the East County Gazette in San Diego, CA, a member of the San Diego Film Critics and is in his eight year reviewing for Review Express.
Marilyn is a fiction writer, author, reviewer and journalist. Her stories, articles and reviews have appeared in her home town newspaper and national publications. She has been a reviewer for the Saenger Syndicate for eighteen years.
A. J. Hakari has been reviewing films for more than 10 ten years. He's currently in his last semester at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, where he writes reviews for the campus newspaper and co-hosts a movie talk radio show. A. J. He also writes for ReelTalk Movie Reviews
, Terror Tube, and Classic Movie Guide.
James Colt Harrison
A graduate architect from the University of California, Berkeley, James Colt Harrison started writing about movies when he was in the Navy. Harrison writes for several of his hometown newspapers, Buzz magazine and No Cover magazine.
Jean Lowerison, native San Diegan, college librarian, theater critic and for nine years film critic for San Diego Metropolitan Magazine, is always on the lookout for a great film.
Greg Muskewitz - In Memory Of
Greg started reviewing films at age 15 for his school newspaper, and went on to write for other publications such as The Daily Californian, The Star News, The North County Times, and eFilmCritic.com. He has been a member of the San Diego Film Critics Society since 1999. SADLY - Greg passed away in 2005 from cancer - but he will always remain in our hearts and holds an esteemed place on this website.
Justin is a 19-year-old critic of film and entertainment products and has been reviewing in print and online with the Saenger Syndicate since he was 6 years old.
Haley Price has accomplished a fair bit in her young eight years. At age 5 she won a community essay contest and recently received an award in front of her entire school for “Story Editing and Writing.” She's Little Miss Alpine 2006, won a $10,000 scholarship from Mission Foods and Disney.
She comes by her keen eye and love of entertainment naturally. Haley’s grandfather is the late Coy Watson, Jr. (The Keystone Kid), the oldest of the nine Watson kids who, along with their parents, were known as the “First Family of Hollywood”. Their Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame commemorates Haley’s great grandfather’s talents as a director and special effects pioneer (The Thief of Baghdad - 1924) and the over 1,000 motion pictures that the family appeared and starred in. And her father is an actor, too!
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