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July 2, 2013

Jul 1, 2013 by     Comments Off on July 2, 2013    Posted under: Featured

ANNIE GREENBERG is one lucky lady. Her new job has her living in a fabulous Oceanside city – once again. Originally from Ft. Lauderdale, she is now the new Topical Writer Producer out at San Diego’s ABC affiliate, KGTV.  Ms. Annie stopped in the middle of America for a bit, working at NBC affil KSHB in Kansas City, which is the city of fountains. Give yourself a moment to close your eyes and picture a lovely fountain…might cool you off. Well Dunne! Annie.

Condolences and our best to voice talent CHRIS CORLEY, whose father passed away Monday. Rennie Corley was a TV man…for 20 years he was GM of WXII in Winston-Salem, NC. And a class act all the way.

Job Alert – FOX31 Denver & Colorado’s Own Channel 2 have a rare opening for a highly creative producer who can do it all…and under tight deadlines.  Applicants will be able to concept, write, shoot and edit commercial spots and marketing materials for station advertisers.  More importantly, the qualified candidate will be the model of professionalism with the most challenging clients, as well as the Sales Department.  Exceptional attitude and people skills are a MUST.

Required skills: Final Cut Pro Studio, After Effects / Photoshop, a great shooter’s eye, field and studio lighting, strong communication and organizational skills

This is not an entry-level position.  You’ll need to bring all these skills to the job and be able to work independently.  A college degree or equivalent experience is essential.  Applicants with established commercial production experience will be immediately considered.

Please send resume and a non-returnable DVD or link to demo reel to:  Chris Lupenski
Sr. Commercial Producer   KDVR / KWGN   100 E Speer Blvd   Denver, CO 80203
chris.lupenski@kdvr.com   NO PHONE CALLS.  EOE/M/F/D/V

Think About This: “Getting over a painful experience is much like crossing monkey bars. You have to let go at some point in order to move forward.”  ~ C.S. Lewis


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