Adding Senior to her VP title is NBCU’s CAMERON BLANCHARD. Her new email signature will read Senior Vice President Corporate Communications. The University of Oregon grad has spent a lot of time at NBC, doing cool work for the Olympics, other sports programming, entertainment…well, you get the idea. She started with the Peacock when they launched MNBC in ’96 and did communications for the NBA before that. Well Dunne! Cameron.
Job Alert – Director of Brand Marketing & Promotions USA Network NYC
Job Alert – VP Creative Services truTV NYC
It might be late, but a Happy Birthday to Well Dunne! Talent’s BOB GIAMMARCO.
Think About This: “It is difficult to free fools from the chains they revere.” ~ Voltaire
NBCU’s E&DN/IM unit has upped CAMERON BLANCHARD to be Executive Vice President, Communications. Anybody know exactly what E&DN/IM unit is? Buehler? It’s a new division and it includes Telemundo, mun2, Bravo Media, Oxygen Media, Style, Sprout, ExerciseTV, TV One, iVillage, Daily Candy, Swirl, Fandango and Integrated Strategic Marketing group. Whew…nearly out of breath. Now, anybody know what the E&DN/Im means? Entertainment & Digital Networks and Integrated Media Division. Hope this is the only pop quiz of your day. No matter what, it’s a big Well Dunne! to Cameron.
Lovin’ Tulsa’s Scipps’ owned ABC Affil KJRH, where Well Dunne! Talent’s RICH VANSLYKE voices for their news. Great to hear from CSD SAMANTHA KNOWLTON, who updated the latest changes in her department. When Topical writer producer CHARLES ELMORE left the biz, she promoted CHRIS FITZWALTER to the topical spot and he’s doing just great. Meanwhile, their new Commercial Producer is JIM DOUTT. It’s all OK, as they say in Oklahoma. Well Dunne!
The power of editing and marketing…so elegantly exhibited in a recut trailer for Ferris Buehler’s Day Off. Yes, check it out and see how Ferris might have been marketed vis a vis a moody, indie genre.
Think About This: “The whole idea of compassion is based on a keen awareness of the interdependence of all these living beings, which are all part of one another, and all involved in one another.” ~ Thomas Merton