It was a red letter Thursday for JAY YOVANOVICH. He’s been named Promotion Manager at WRAL in the Raleigh-Durham market. Yep, THE WRAL. Jay’s exchanging his Sr. Promo Writer Producer title for this new one. Jay’s been at the Capital Broadcasting-owned CBS affil since 2006. Shout out to CSD SHELLY LESLIE for the heads up. Well Dunne! Jay.
And another boost at WRAL comes to former Promo Pro JIM ROTHSCHILD, who is now Station Manager. Jim worked his way up the ladder at KMOV in St. Louis before joining WRAL as Stations Ops Manager. Well Dunne! Jim.
Out west, PAUL KRAMER moves to the Fox station in Sacramento as Creative Services Production Manager. The San Francisco State U grad was at CBS’ KOVR in the Cali capital. Well Dunne! Paul.
Job Alert: Work with DON SMITH and DREW FOWLER! Two faves…you’ll love them. Here’s their ad:
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KOVR/KMAX is the CBS O&O duopoly in Sacramento, CA. We made our reputation as a creative, collaborative team who invest in marketing initiatives with strong strategy, audience focus, and high expectations. Our former team members have gone on to thrive at bigger jobs in bigger markets, but always mention how much they loved the atmosphere here.
We are looking for a seasoned Creative Promotions Producer to join our talented team. ?Our Producers are integral to the brand and communications messaging. They develop concepts to meet the strategy, and then execute the entire production workflow.
This is an exceptional opportunity is for someone that thrives on conceptualizing, writing, directing, editing, collaborating with other creative people and overseeing the process of their work. You need to have a exceptional Final Cut skills, and be able to write, conceptualize and shoot. You also need a killer reel.
If you are ready to break out of the rut at your current station and join a creative team, work in a great facility and spend your weekends in San Francisco, Lake Tahoe, or Napa, we want to hear from you!
Please visit our website at CBSSacramento.com
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