With an office overlooking the Mighty Misssippi and the Gateway Arch, the KMOV Creative Services Manager might have one of the best views in the country. The next inhabitant of that office is JOHN SWEENEY, who has been at KPRC in Houston as the Assistant CSD – the view in Houston isn’t as lovely. The Fordham grad has also worked at WVIT and was with Fox News Channel from the day it signed on. Make sure they take you over to The Hill for some great Italian food, John. And Well Dunne!
Job Alert – Producer WLTX in Columbia, SC
WLTX, Gannett’s CBS affiliate in Columbia, SC has an opening for a talented Marketing Producer. This night-side position is responsible for shooting, writing and editing the afternoon and evening News Topicals. In addition, you’ll produce image, web videos, specialized news opens and other related materials. The ideal candidate will have a degree in Journalism or Communications. This person will be based in the Newsroom and work closely with News Producers on a nightly basis to provide a strong marketing presence and sense of viewer benefit in promoting Newscasts. Required skills include writing, shooting, editing, posting to the web and extensive use of social media tools such as Facebook and Twitter. You’ll need working knowledge of non-linear editing systems such as Final Cut Pro and Edius. Experience with Motion, After-Effects and Photoshop is preferred.
Sunday is Happy Birthday time for Well Dunne! Talent’s ALLY BUTLER.
Want inside skinny on the world of sports marketing? Then Cynopsis’ webinar set for Dec 5 is for you. Name is Activate Effective Partnerships and Tap Into Fan Loyalty. Not catchy but no doubt informative. Info and deets are here.
A wonderful article about how to fight fatigue and burnout.
Ouch…marketing mistakes. A whole article. If you want. BTW, Belvedere Vodka has a very interesting marketing line.
Think About This: “Know that your wisdom faculty operates as good judgment, as discrimination – you can look at things and know whether or not they’re good for you; you can make decisions with God’s guidance and know that they’re the right decisions. Some of us get into trouble financially, emotionally, in our relationships – in so many aspects of our lives – because we try to force solutions, when all we need do is let go and let God.” ~ Dr. Barbara King