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Wednesday April 13, 2011

Apr 13, 2011 by     Comments Off on Wednesday April 13, 2011    Posted under: Uncategorized

The capital of Oklahoma is the new home for BRENT BARROW, now Creative Director at the Sinclair duopoly KOKH/KOCB, the FOX and CW affils respectively. Brent hails from the Land of Lincoln – a Springfield, IL native who drove west on I-40 from his old slot as Director of Creative Services at WICD, the ABC affiliate in Champaign Urbana, IL. Brent has already begun and is exploring OKC. Well Dunne! Brent.

Speaking of Sinclair, here’s a job alert for an Ass’t CSD at their duop in Vegas, KVCW/KVMY the CW and MyTV affils, as the calls suggest.

Think About This: “If we’re growing, we’re always going to be out of our comfort zone.” ~ John Maxwell

July 20, 2010

Jul 19, 2010 by     Comments Off on July 20, 2010    Posted under: Uncategorized


How absolutely marvelous is it to live in a town called Champagne? OK, it’s actually spelled Champaign, and it’s in the smack-dab middle of Illinois and home to the University named after the state, not a vineyard or winery. Great name and I wonder if they do, indeed, drink more than the fair portion of champagne there. It’s all a way of introducing AUTUMN DIERKING who moved from Champaign to Springfield to write and produce promos for Sinclair’s WICS. Also joining the team is recent grad JASON BOYER who is the commercial producer for the ABC station in the Land of Lincoln. What a great job right out of college. Well Dunne! to you both and a shout out to CSD BRENT BARROW for the info,.

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Edison was quite the creative over-achiever. Read about how to harness his successful secrets.

Think About This: “Rest is not idleness, and to lie sometimes on the grass on a summer day listening to the murmur of water, or watching the clouds float across the sky, is hardly a waste of time.”  ~ John Lubbock