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November 14, 2014

Nov 13, 2014 by     Comments Off on November 14, 2014    Posted under: Featured

It’s only four blocks, but it’s a new office, new station, new job for ALLAN SNYDER down in Little Rock. He’s been tapped to be the Promotions and Marketing Director of KATV, ABC in Arkansas’ capital. Which is just about four blocks from his former job, CSD at NBC affil KARK. He really knows the market; worked at the FOX affil there as well. Sending out the best Well Dunne! to Allan. 

Speaking of the best, kudos to Well Dunne! Talent’s MITCH PHILLIPS, who won the Best VO Demo Reel award this weekend in NYC for – what else -his new demo, which you (yep…you) can hear by clicking his name and face on the new, improved and highly entertaining new Well Dunne! website — but ya gotta wait tip Monday. Wait all weekend but you can do it. So let’s applaud Mitch and admit this is a not too subtle commercial for Mitch’s deep booming voice. Well Dunne! Mr. P.

So you think that great ideas are going to keep you on the upward trajectory of your career? A Princeton professor has a different view and it’s a must-see article (thank you VINCE MANZE and JOHN MILLER for the must-see part of that….)


Job Alert – Creative Services Promotion Manager WTTV Indianapolis

Reports to: Bob St Charles, Creative Services Director

OK, I’ll make this real easy: Do you want to be on a marketing team that values your experience, creativity and innovative attitude in a highly competitive market?  Do you want to be at a duopoly that gets the true meaning of synergy? Do you want to work side by side with journalists and a news team that believes in and expects solid promotion from you daily? Then apply to be the Promotion Manager for Tribune’s WXIN Fox59 / WTTV (soon to be) CBS4 in Indianapolis today. 

If you are an experienced promotion and marketing professional then you know the drill: We are searching for a Promotion Manager to oversee all on-air creative promotion including production, digital post and web related promotion media. The chosen candidate will work with the Creative Services Director to develop marketing strategies and will create and execute major marketing campaigns for news, web, sports and other key programming. Qualifications: 5 years of exper-ience in Broadcast TV news promotion, previous managerial or supervisory experience a plus. Script writing skills second to none, strong organizational skills and innovative digital production skills. Proficiency in Premiere editing and/or Final Cut Pro, in addition to working knowledge of Photoshop, After Effects and experience with social media platforms and digital apps.

Apply today at Fox59.com.

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Think About This: “Remember when you leave this earth, you can take with you nothing that you received only what you have given: a heart enriched by honest service, love, sacrifice and courage.”  ~ St. Francis of Assisi

Copyright 2014 © Kate Bacon / Well Dunne! Talent


August 26, 2012

Aug 26, 2012 by     Comments Off on August 26, 2012    Posted under: Uncategorized

WTVR, the CBS affiliate in Richmond, Virginia, is where PHIL WROBEL is now officing and doing his creative magic as Marketing Manager. The Local TV-owned station in Virginia’s capital is the second state capital where Phil has lived…he’s made the move east from Little Rock, AR where he was heading up Nexstar’s NBC affil KARK’s marketing efforts. The whole Wrobel clan is settling in and hopefully, there will be plenty of time to enjoy movies, since Phil is a huge film fan. Well Dunne! Phil.

Taking that open slot in Arkansas is ALLAN SNYDER whose title is Creative Services Director at KARK. I believe he was over at FOX in LR before the switch. He sounds like a great guy.  Well Dunne! Allan. 

Job Alert – Creative Services Director WVIT Hartford CT Job 57061830

Sunday – National Dog Day. Katan “Shorty” Bacon had a blast. Hope your pups did as well.

Think About This: “Nothing is permanent in this wicked world – not even our troubles.”  ~ Charlie Chaplin