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June 27, 2017

Jun 26, 2017 by     Comments Off on June 27, 2017    Posted under: Featured

COSMO LOSCO did fab promo when he worked as Creative Services Manager for FOX in DC and then as Promo Manager in Philly for NBC. Then he went out on his own and founded Innovation Media. Yeah, he’s that good. Now comes word on how good he is. Let’s let him tell the latest:  My company won Best in Philly in the 2017 readers choice awards in the Philadelphia Inquirer and Philly.com (announced tonight and special section comes out tomorrow in the paper and online) and I’m opening my first (small) production studio with a special focus on social media production for small business and startups. Well Dunne! Cosmo!


Rain. Rain. Go away. It’s the latest mantra for Well Dunne! Talent’s KELLY PIDGEON, who is dealing with yet another soggy clean up for his studio. What is it with tons of rain and recording studios? But, of course, Kelly never missed a single syllable for any of his clients. Yeah, he’s that wonderful.


Tribune’s ABC in Wilkes-Barre, PA, WNEP, was in the spotlight in HBO’s Last Week Tonight. Love that John Oliver. Seems they have a backyard train, which, if nothing else, received some very interesting feedback from viewers. Will check to see if it resulted in more PR, perhaps some ratings, and for sure it got some laughs.


Think About This: “Do not go where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.”  ~  Ralph Waldo Emerson


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October 2, 2014

Oct 1, 2014 by     Comments Off on October 2, 2014    Posted under: Featured

Is Philadelphia the Rodney Dangerfield of Nielsen markets? I mean, does it get the respect it so honestly deserves? After all, it is the capital of American democracy – home to more history than a history buff would care to list. It’s got cheesesteaks –  even a naked bike ride. Yet it seems to be the middle sister of markets…everybody likes it but nobody enthuses about it. I bet that will change once COSMO LOSCO settles into his new job at NBC in the City of Brotherly Love. As of October 6, he’ll be Promotion Manager at WCAU, working with VP MATT LAWS. Cosmo actually started his career at WCAU back in ’05 when he was a Production Assistant. He’ll be leaving behind the good folks at FOX in DC where he was Promotion Manager. Other TV marketing slots that were enhanced by his work include WGAL in Harrisburg PA and NBC’s WRC in DC. On all levels, Well Dunne! Cosmo!

It’s National Pizza Month. Behave accordingly.

Job Alert – from RACHEL PAPP in Tulsa (she’s one of the good ones) SR Producer KJRH Tulsa

The traditional ways of TV marketing are long gone. You know it, we know it. So come work for a company that is ahead of its time – and leading the industry with innovative ways to deliver content to our consumers across all platforms. We are KJRH 2 Works for You, the E.W. Scripps Media, Inc. owned NBC affiliate in Tulsa, OK, and we have an immediate opening for a creative, motivated, design-oriented editor/producer to join our Creative Services Team! We’re looking for a top-notch, hands-on producer with 3-5 years of local TV creative services producer experience who can write, shoot and edit impactful promos, spots that grow station ratings by appealing to both traditional audiences and new media viewers. You’ve got to be a strong writer who has expert-level experience in Final Cut and the Adobe Creative Suite, as well as professional shooting and lighting experience. You won’t just produce spots, you’ll conceptualize and market new ideas across all platforms. If you’re a person who takes initiative, searches for new opportunities, enjoys a challenge and is extremely organized, this may be the perfect place for you! Here you’ll develop promotional strategies and concepts that cut through the clutter, inspire others and truly make a difference both at our station and in our community. The bottom line is you need to be able to produce top-notch visuals that are steeped in key research points that target our key demographic and turn their heads! If you are ready to take this next step in your career, and thrive on the creative process, apply today http://www.scripps.apply2jobs.com/ 1. Able to translate strategic creative concepts into engaging on-air campaigns that will grab viewers’ attention. Must be able to conceptualize, write, shoot, edit and produce media promos, commercials, and presentations in Final Cut Pro to be delivered on various platforms, including broadcast, mobile and web. 2. Functions as the chief producer of station image promotion including concept development, script writing and spot production (news, image, web, sponsorship spots, etc.). Serves as the lead producer on all key sweeps promo production. 3. Will work closely with creative services director, news director, editors and multi-media news staff to execute marketing ideas to promote our news brand across various platforms. 4. Supervise producers; project delegation and foster professional skill development through delegation and execution of projects. 5. Programming and maintenance of promotional log inventory in WideOrbit traffic management system. 6. Team player attitude, willing to participate in station-sponsored community events and promotions. 7. Perform other duties as needed and as directed by the Creative Services Director. REQUIREMENTS EDUCATION: High School Diploma or equivalent required. Bachelor’s degree preferred. EXPERIENCE: 3-5 years or more of previous writing, producing and editing experience with topicals, sweeps, image promotion and a reel that demonstrates an understanding of contemporary production techniques. Video production in HD and professional lighting experience are required. EQUIPMENT: Final Cut Pro and AfterEffects required. Knowledge of electronic graphic design equipment required. Mac experience a plus. LICENSE/ CERTIFICATE: Driving required. Must have a Valid Drivers License and provide proof of insurability. SKILLS / ABILITIES: Non-linear editing skills necessary. Must be able to produce station image and topical news spots and meet deadlines. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to lift 50 lbs.

Think About This: A short course in human relations:

The 6 most important words – I admit that I was wrong.

The 5 most important words – You did a great job.

The 4 most important words – What do you think?

The 3 most important words – Could you please…

The 2 most important words – Thank you.

The most important word – We.

The least important word – I.

Copyright 2014 © Kate Bacon / Well Dunne! Talent


April 24, 2013

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He’s got the winter wardrobe for it. ERIK CANDIANI is trading Denver for Minneapolis as he takes over as Director of Marketing and Creative Services at Gannett’s NBC affil, KARE in the Twin Cities. He makes the switch from being VP Marketing and Creative Services at Local TV owned Fox affil KDVR in the Mile High city. He’ll be in place up Minneapolis way by May 6. Yes, he’s happy…I turn it over to him to tell you about it. "I was extremely fortunate to have had a supportive General Manager at KDVR who truly believed in — and stood so staunchly behind me. And a Creative Services Management team who were both extremely creative and so very loyal. I sincerely hope they are lucky enough to have the exact same experience I did sometime in their careers." But wait…there’s more.  Yep, there’s the job, the new city, a new place to live… but come the end of June, and Erik and his lovely wife will welcome their third child. Talk about everything being happy and glad. Well Dunne! Erik!


Job Alert – Promotion Manager WISN Milwaukee

FOX DC’s COSMO LOSCO had a big day Tuesday. It was the day the soundtrack to his indie film became available. You gotta check it out. He composed 15 totally awesome Sci-Fi tracks…which qualifies him for the title Super-Creative (like Super-Model, only healthy)

iTunes: http://bit.ly/11yvoWH
Amazon MP3:
Google Play:
Xbox Music:

There seems to be a flood epidemic. MARK DRISCOLL had not one but two before settling down in a great LA place. NICK SANABRIA is still trying to sort out the deluge that took out his studio (he’s still handling his stations – he’s just so versatile) and now I had to waste all day due to water from some dishwasher situation.  Which leads to the next item…


In case you’re thinking of a new breakfast menu, might it be suggested you try Maple Bacon flavored vodka. Yes, it really exists, as does Blueberry Pancake flavored vodka and Glazed Donut flavored. The wonders of modern science never fail to impress. No wonder breakfast can be the most popular meal of the day

Think About This:  “The greater the artist, the greater the doubt. Perfect confidence is granted to the less talented as a consolation prize.”  ~  Robert Hughes


January 25, 2013

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MORGAN FOREMAN is keeping warm this winter up in Lincoln, Nebraska with a new job. She’s the new Promotion Manager at ABC affil KLKN, where before now, she had been the go-to lady for commercial production, with the title Creative Services Director. At no time was she ever part of the Foreman grill, just in cast that popped into your head. A very happy, peppy Morgan loves video production, and if you love what you do, it just comes through.  The Iowa native has worked at Des Moine’s ABC affil WOI, too. She has a degree from Buena Vista University, which is in Hawkeye state and not part of Disney World, but ironically, she did at one time work at Disney World in Orlando. It’s a small world after all. Well Dunne! Morgan.

FOX DC’s COSMO LOSCO, who is officially the Promotion Manager of WDCA, MyTV in the capital, is one busy guy on…and off…the job. He put together a production company back in October – named it Innovation Media. Now he and producing partner SARAH FRASER are debuting their first series, Hey Frase! Catch it this coming Tuesday at 10 pm via UStream at innovationpictures.com and each consecutive Monday thereafter. The show can be watched on any computer, smartphone or tablet. Most impressed Cosmo. Well Dunne! 

Phoenix peeps…check out Well Dunne! Talent’s KEVIN GASSMAN who’s going to be on AZ TV 7/13’s Arizona Sports and Lifestyle Magazine at noon. Tune in.

This marks the 1,200th posting of the Well Dunne! blog. Thank you all for your information, your comments, your support and your creativity. A special thanks to all who have called when they need the best voices for their projects. Here’s to another 1,200+.


Think About This: "Worry does not empty tomorrow of its sorrow, it empties today of its strength." – Carrie ten Boom

Sept 5, 2012

Sep 5, 2012 by     Comments Off on Sept 5, 2012    Posted under: Uncategorized

Back Home Again In Indiana…that’s such a pretty song. It’s also kind of what JERRY GRIDER is doing. Let me turn this over to SCOTT HAINEY, the Director of Promotion and Creative Services at Indianapolis’ WISH TV: Jerry Grider joins our creative services team as our new promotion manager.  Jerry comes to us from our LIN station, WANE in Fort Wayne, where he has worked for the past 16 years.  During his 12 years as their promotion manager, Jerry has been an integral part of the team that led WANE to its success as the dominant station in the market.  His creative work has been honored with numerous PROMAX, Advertising Federation and IBA awards. A native of Indianapolis, Jerry graduated from Pike High School and went on to receive degrees from Berkley College and Marion College here in Indianapolis.  A huge Indy car and NASCAR fan, he is excited to be returning home to Indy with his wife and three children.  Well Dunne! Jerry and thanks so much Scott!


Kudos to CHRIS WOLF of WJZY/WMYT in Charlotte. He’s a music man…the one who guessed which Train song was playing for KRISTEN JOYAL’s proposal moment. Well Dunne! Chris.


FOX DC’s COSMO LOSCO (he’s the Promo Manager for their WDCA is at heart a film maker (so many of us are) and is looking for some investors for his latest project. Got a few bucks for a TV promo pro with his eyes on Sundance? Go here. 


Think About This: “A true revolution of values will soon cause us to question the fairness and justice of many of our past and present policies. True compassion is more than flinging a coin to a beggar; it is not haphazard and superficial. It comes to see that an edifice which produces beggars needs restructuring. A true revolution of values will soon look easily on the glaring contrast of poverty and wealth.”  ~ Martin Luther King