ARI PITCHENIK was just offered and accepted a job in Los Angeles. He is the new Vice President of Warner Brother’s Affiliate Marketing in Burbank! Getting back to where he once belonged. Ari is going to depart NYC where he’s been Regional Director of Creative, Marketing & Digital Innovation at Tribune and WPIX. He knows the way to California (and San Jose) because he once worked at Trib’s KTXL in Sacramento. He’s a Univ of Miami grad who got his first job at WPLG down South Florida way. What a great new slot. Well Dunne! Ari.
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Think About This: "All that is required now is that you continue to till the soil of your soul. Just as you would not neglect seeds that you planted with the hope that they will bear vegetables and fruits and flowers, so you must attend to and nourish the garden of your becoming." ~ Jean Houston
He didn’t even mention it on Friday, but ARI PITCHENIK’s got himself a new title. His business card now reads Regional Director/Creative and Innovation for Tribune Creative Group East. Much longer title than his old one, which read Creative Services Manager at WPIX, the CW in NYC. Ari keeps getting promoted in The Apple since he arrived at the station as a writer producer editor from Sacramento’s FOX affil. Ari is a University of Miami grad who’s also worked at USA Broadcasting and WPLG, both in south Florida. Congrats Ari and Well Dunne!
Huge news. JOE STEWART is now Executive Creative Director and CLAUDIA CHOW is now Creative Director at HUGE. I told you it was huge news. Both promotions deserve a Well Dunne!
With the addition of the ingredient Bacon (shameless plug of sorts), the latest taste tempting treat to entice the tonsils of the In–The-Know crowd is…wait for it…Bacon Moon Pies. Oh no, I think Dr. Weil just fell over. For those who want to throw caution to the wind, nutrition-wise, you can get info here.
Think About This: "You pray by touching the deepest part of you that longs, that needs, that Is.
Let it speak in its own language, more often than not without words." ~ Emmanuel (as compiled by Pat Rodegast and Judith Stanton)