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April 28, 2014

Apr 27, 2014 by     Comments Off on April 28, 2014    Posted under: Featured

Those in the know recognize High Point, NC as the furniture capital of the world, even with Ikea and China doing their best to end it all. High Point is part of the Greensboro Winston-Salem TV market in North Carolina and is where STUART SMITH has been heading up the creative efforts for WGPH, the Tribune owned FOX affiliate since March. He learned about broadcasting at the University of Wisconsin Stephens Point and got his first TV job at WAOW in Wausau. His next stop was at WTSP in St Pete where he was Writer Producer then he hit The Big Easy as Assistant Creative Services Director at WDSU. Not only is the new job a plus for him, but he’s a new dad, too! An 8 month old! Despite he lack of sleep, he’s pumped and happy. Well Dunne! Stuart.


Tomorrow, find out what WILL GIVENS is doing…and it’s very exciting! 


Job Alert – Fox 8 WGHP is seeking a night-side Graphic Artist.  It’s a unique opportunity for a highly motivated individual to work in a top 50 market.  This position requires an advanced level of competency to deal with the fast pace of daily news graphics production.  Duties include creating on-air and off-air graphics for all departments.  Applicants need to be proficient in Vizrt, Viz Curious World Mapping Software, Adobe After Effects, Photoshop, and Illustrator and have the ability to learn our website content management system (CMS).  3D design skills help you stand out.  Experience with 3D Studio Max and Cinema 4D are a major plus.  Creative design, accuracy and attention to spelling and grammar are necessary, as well as constant interaction with news producers, reporters and managers.

Qualified candidates should forward resume, cover letter and demo link to: amber.shuler@wghp.com.  Please include GRAPHIC ARTIST RESUME in the subject line and include where you found the position.  No phone calls please.


MICK EBLING is amazing, and not just for his terrific productions, ideas and talks that inspire. He’s taken 3D printing to uses that landed this part of his life on the front page of the LA Times. Click to see what Not Impossible, his philanthropic endeavour, is doing.  http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-c1-0425-3d-printing-prosthetics-pictures,0,912202.photogallery#axzz3013VNwo8


Think About This:   “It is better to walk alone than with a crowd headed in the wrong direction.”  ~ Diane Grant


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