Due to some weird technical glitch that my IT guy says is all fixed (bless ye son), one of last week’s postings didn’t make it out via email. So if any of the following seems familiar…it’s all good.
Ever talk to someone and immediately feel like you have a friend…even though you just ‘met’ them? Happened when SHANDRA JACKSON BOHLEY answered her phone in her new Charleston, SC office. Shandra is the new Marketing Director for Media General’s WCBD, the NBC affiliate in Rhett Butler’s hometown. She’s been down in Tampa as Sr. Promo Producer for TOM HEBEL at MG’s WFLA. Before that, it was further south still at WBBH/WZNV in Ft. Myers. She’s been lucky enough to always have worked in the best ocean and Gulf-side markets like West Palm and Miami. Can’t wait to get to know Shandra even better. Can’t wait to see the energetic work she’ll spark as well. BTW, that is, indeed, Armand Assante with Shandra in the pix. Well Dunne! Shandra.
Manhattan Production Music took the advice of Horace Greeley – they headed west and have opened an office in LA, putting ANDREW ROBBINS at the helm as Senior Director, Film/TV Music. If you’ve seen Trainwreck, HBO’s Silicon Valley or CBS’ Madame Secretary (to name just a few), then you’ve heard their work. Well Dunne! MPM.
OMG…this is honestly brilliant. Filmmaker CASEY NIESTAT not only managed to produce a gorgeously shot and edited (not to mention lightening fast) video of the Big Snow in NYC, but made me think nice thoughts about Jeep. Casey’s project hit the net Sunday/yesterday and if you haven’t seen it – click here and enjoy. Network creative people – go find Casey and hire him to do some projects. Do it.
Writing this on my laptop while watching the playoff games…on my laptop. Think about it. UPDATE – CBSSports.com cut away on the last play of the Broncos-Pats game to put up a SuperBowl countdown clock graphic. Was it a mistake by some weekend snow skeleton crew member or a misguided promo idea? Not happy here….
Think About This: “There can be no life without change, and to be afraid of what is different or unfamiliar is to be afraid of life.” ~ Theodore Roosevelt
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