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June 17, 2014

Jun 16, 2014 by     Comments Off on June 17, 2014    Posted under: Featured

The smile on CSD SHELLY LESLIE’s face is because, after a long search waiting for just the perfect person, she has filled the Social Media Manager slot at WRAL. WENDY GATLIN began yesterday (Monday June 16) in Raleigh. So how did Ms. Wendy stand out and land this plum slot? Shelly said Ms. G described herself in an InfoGraphic describing herself as "demographic chameleon, deadline slayer, chief ball juggler, engager, who thinks in 140 characters or less.”  VERY cool. Wendy is making the transition from WFMY in Greensboro where she handled social media efforts and ran her own consulting company. She has a background in radio as well…uber cool. Needless to say, you should send her a tweet @gatatattat and tell her Well Dunne!

You know how some people impress you from the moment you meet them? DIANE FIOLEK is one of those folks, who described how to put a TV News package together to a very cranky crowd at a station not that long ago. She was brilliant. Of course, it aggravated the then-News Director, which meant she was totally on target. She has a new gig, having joined he Devlin Design Group as CSD. Her background at BrightHouse Networks and VDO will no doubt be an asset. Well Dunne! Diane. 

Job Alert – Project Multi-Media Senior Producer WJXT Jacksonville
Be part of a newly created team at WJXT,  a Jacksonville, Florida television station #1 on all platforms. The Project Multi-Media Senior Producer will execute highly produced and innovate programs. Write, produce, and coordinate shooting and editing of 3 sports programs a week in addition to WJXT local programs, and special series for the news department.

  • Prioritize, manage, produce and coordinate production of three weekly Jacksonville Jaguars shows for WJXT on all platforms.
  • Coordinate and schedule the use of various in-house studios and equipment for local programming, news and promotion.
  • Write and produce local programming and special reports on all platforms.
  • Will work nights and weekends.

This person should have 5 years of producing and production experience along with excellent oral and written communication skills. Must have a proven track record of successfully working with a team to complete projects. Must be highly organized with creative and inventive ideas. Must be able to work under pressure. Degree preferred.  Must have valid drivers license. Strong knowledge of football preferred.
Ability to maneuver between on location shoots and WJXT studios, handle a time-sensitive work environment and be able to carry or move objects weighing up to 50 pounds.

Email: scarpenter@wjxt.com (She’s wonderful!)

Think About This: In honor of Janusz Kozikowski "Every time you feel yourself getting pulled into other people’s nonsense, repeat these words: not my circus, not my monkeys.”  ~ Polish Proverb

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