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Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Dec 11, 2007 by     Comments Off on Tuesday, December 11, 2007    Posted under: Amanda Childs, KTVU, Laura Langley, Mark Blackburn, MONA FOX, WCSC


The City by the Bay’s FOX affiliate has promoted MONA FOX….wait a minute. FOX promoted at FOX…love it! Mona is the new Promotion Writer Producer after serving time successfully as the Promotion Assistant. She’s a California Girl for sure…from San Diego originally. After she went east (to Boston) for college, she was lucky enough to find just the right opportunity back in the Golden State. She says she couldn’t be happier and even pulls off a reverse commute. She lives in Lower Haight in the city and uses BART to travel to her station in Jack London Square in Oakland. Just to prove how lucky and happy she is, she just got back from 4 days in the tropical paradise of Kauai, Hawaii. Even though it rained a lot, she felt that Island Magic. Well Dunne! Mona. Glad to have made your acquaintance. I’m sure we’ll hear great things from you.

Charleston, SC is an Oceanside city that is brimming with art, gracious manners, excellent food and breathtaking houses. Did I mention history? Well, y-e-s! Word comes from CSD AMANDA CHILDS of two new additions to her creative service lineup at the Lincoln Financial-owned CBS affiliate WCSC in Rhett Butler’s hometown. With a degree from the prestigious Savannah College of Art and Design, MARK BLACKBURN is the Promotion Videographer and Editor. The Cincinnati native must be loving those mild days this time of the year. And in a career turn, LAURA LANGLEY is the new Topical Promo Producer. She hails from Columbia, SC and was recently a news Videographer in their newsroom. Well Dunne! one and all.

.The Eye Net is getting into a new line of income…restaurants. Read all about CBS Scene by clicking here.

Think about this: “Do not be discouraged. Learn not to be disappointed in anything, or any person. You are disappointed because your will, your desire, has been frustrated. Learn to submit to the divine will, for God’s will is all-wise. Wait, then, for God’s appointments, learning to tread the path wisely, serenely.” ~ White Eagle

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