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June 15, 2017

Jun 14, 2017 by     No Comments    Posted under: Featured

MIKE CUNNINGHAM is now sporting a new title, new duties and yet not having to move one single box…perfection. He’s staying in Memphis where he’s been producing promos for WATN, the Nexstar ABC affil in Elvis’ adopted hometown. Official title is Creative Services Director. The Purdue grad also got a bump in title for his role as Producer for Local Memphis Live. He’s now Executive Producer. Mike has headed up creative concerns before at KCCI in Des Moines where he was CSD and in Tulsa at KTUL and in KGAN in Cedar Rapids where he was Promo Manager. Also on his resume is writer producer slots at KWWL in Waterloo, Iowa and WNDU in South Bend. He’s no doubt going to celebrate the deserved promotion with some fabled Memphis bar-b-q. Well Dunne, Mike!

Job Alert – Promotion Manager FOX59 Indianapolis (work with BOB ST CHARLES – you can’t do better for a boss) Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  1. Assists Creative Services Director with the development of concepts and strategies.
  2. Develop and nurture a strong working relationship with news managers and reporters.
  3. Be a team leader for the on-air promotion writer/producers.
  4. Create and execute a strong log strategy.
  5. Connect with community partners and represent FOX59 with various groups.

Requirements:

Undergraduate degree or equivalent experience. No less than 3 years experience in local television promotion. Previous experience in management helpful. Computer Skills including non-linear editing and traffic systems needed. To apply log onto: http://fox59.com/jobs-at-fox59/ or visit TribuneMedia.com and click on careers.  If you will be at Promax please contact Bob St.Charles, Creative Services Director at bstcharles@FOX59.com.

Think About This: (with a shout out to BONNIE BARCLAY  “Come with me,’ Mom says. To the library. Books and summertime go together.” ~ Lisa Schroeder, from I Heart you, You Haunt Me

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