Leaving the Twilight Zone (of sorts) is BLAKE CALLAWAY, who is changing jobs and leaving his post as Sr. VP Brand and Strategic Marketing at Syfy. He won’t start until Halloween (more shades of Rod Serling) but he’s going to become Sr. VP Marketing at IFC. Yes, it’s the same Blake Callaway who spoke at PROMAX in 2010. In addition to his Syfy job, Blake has an agency background. The Texas man has a degree from A&M, just like NBC’s SCOT CHASTAIN. Well Dunne, Blake!
Job Alert – Pittsburgh’s WTAE needs a super Topical Producer. Pittsburgh is a very cool place to live and ED EVEREST is the man to contact. Make it happen.
Job Alert – KSDK in St. Louis (where the Cardinals are ever so hot) is looking for a Marketing and Promotion Coordinator.
Uncertainty leads to creativity.
Think About This: “The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore, all progress depnds on the unreasonable man.: ~ George Bernard Shaw
Promotion time at Syfy! Texas Aggie BLAKE CALLAWAY is the new SVP/Marketing, Brand and Strategic – the new Sr. title being added. Blake’s background includes Lopez Negrete and Media Kitchen. Tuft’s grad MICHAEL ENGLEMAN’s new title is SVP/Marketing, Global Brand Strategy and Creative. Michael’s been at CMT and MTV as well as a producer with his own shingle. Well Dunne! you two.
CSD slots still open as of today are: KMOV-St. Louis, KDVR-Denver, WSJV-South Bend, WDBD-Jackson, MS, WXIX-Cincy….and there are more. Lots of writer producer slots. S-L-O-W on making the decisions, but when they happen, let me know.
Up NY way a dynamite job is open: Director of Advertising and Promotion for HBO. MUST have entertainment experience and a lot of it.
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Midlevel hits are the new 40 share?
Think About This: “Remember…You can do wonders if you keep trying. You can cope with anything; you really can. IN-depth faith always wins over difficulties. Keep going strong with the excitement principle.” ~ Dr. Norman Vincent Peale