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February 25, 2015

Feb 24, 2015 by     Comments Off on February 25, 2015    Posted under: Featured

Enough with the winter! West Coasters, you can stop reading now. This is for the folks most everywhere in the country (and outside as well – the UK, for one, is having a horrible time, too!) who are more than ready for an end to this pounding winter. ANDI KIMBROUGH, who is a promo producer for Daystar TV down in the DFW area had a chunk of ice bounce up and destroy her windshield. Luckily, only the windshield was hurt. Up in Terre Haute, IN, CSD TIM SANDERS of WTWO/WAWV thought his car was on the fritz when the outside temp reading on his way to work read -12. Nope, car was working fine – that was the temp. How the amazing folks in Boston are dealing with nearly 100 inches of snow (omg) is beyond comprehension. Hear that RUSS NELLIGAN? Sending you warm thoughts. And to that end, let’s remember the following: Daylight Savings Time starts on March 8 and the official start to Spring is March 25. Well Dunne! Spring.


Up in Portland, Maine News Director MIKE REDDING, helming Gannett’s WCSH, is now the proud grandfather of the most adorable Master Trevor Redding. Well Dunne! Redding gene pool.


Think About This: “The promise of Spring’s arrival is enough to get anyone through the bitter Winter. ~ Jan Selinsky


Copyright 2015 © Kate Bacon / Well Dunne! Talent

October 2, 2013

Oct 1, 2013 by     Comments Off on October 2, 2013    Posted under: Featured

Bev Hills’ Entertainment One Television has a new had of marketing and communications. Actually, a VP. ERIC SHIU is the man in question, and he’s already on the job. Eric has a background that includes being VP Creative Services and On-Air at Warner Bros TV Marketing Group in Burbank, VP Marketing and Creative Advertising at FX Networks and has consulted a The Water Cooler Group. Catchy name. Well Dunne! Eric.


Job Alert – Director Marketing Strategy Discovery Channel Silver Spring


Creative people are creative in many ways…none of them are one note singers. Writing is a major gold star for many creatives, and two of them have new outlets you need to know about. Well Dunne! Talent’s character voice man JOEY CAMEN (who also does standup) has a lovely book that is now available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble. It would make a great Christmas gift. Pick up a copy of My Life With Snoopy: How One Shelter Dog’s Love Changed A Man’s Life and Other Adventures. Love it. Meanwhile, ANDI KIMBROUGH, promo producer and host at Ft. Worth’s Daystar Network, has a blog that’s super. All about her life as a modern day Carol Brady mom. Liveloveblend.com is the site. You’ll love it. Well Dunne! Joey and Andi.

 


Think About This: “Life loves to be taken by the lapel and told, I’m with you kid. Let’s go.”  ~  Maya Angelou

 

December 12, 2011

Dec 11, 2011 by     Comments Off on December 12, 2011    Posted under: Uncategorized

 There’s nothing as much fun as seeing someone get a job they have long wanted. Such is the happy case for NIKI HOPKINS, who has traded her News work for Promo work – and in one of my favorite locales – Dallas Ft. Worth. She traded in her news producer biz card, the one she used while at CBS’ KTVT, and has a promo producer biz card from Daystar TV Network. Niki is a storyteller by nature, which made her a star in the newsroom. She had her heart set on doing long form and promotion, and so this is a story with a happy ending. Of course, she left the coolest News Director ever – ADRIENNE ROARK. Shout out to Daystar’s ANDI KIMBROUGH and a big Well Dunne! Niki.

Can’t wait to hear Well Dunne! Talent’s RICH VANSLYKE on the upcoming Ethan Allen furniture campaign. No discounts were involved, darn it, so Santa, please keep that ottoman on the list.

Job Alert – VP, Creative Director, Co-Branded Promotion: MTV On Air Promos

Taking logos to a whole new level. Just in time for Christmas, of course. 

Think About This: "While we watch the storm clouds gather and prepare for the storm, let us never forget that the sun still shines behind those dark clouds,  and may somehow break through before the storm descends. I see sunshine in the real desire for peace in the hearts of humanity,  even though the human family gropes toward peace blindly, not knowing the way." ~ Peace Pilgrim