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If anybody thinks that being a good boss or a bad boss doesn’t matter in the long run…think again. As the old adage goes, people don’t quit jobs, they quit bosses. To further that, people who love working with someone will go back when the chance presents itself. Kind of like having your own posse. Finding a group that works and plays well together is heaven. And when it doesn’t work, it’s not heaven. The best situation is when you have a great boss, a great posse and your old boss has an opening and then you have to choose between good and good. Finding himself in that position was JESSE HEARN. He was happy producing promos for Promo Manager BILL MURPHY at the Tribune station in Hartford. Bill is a great guy. But Jesse’s old boss, WES POLLARD, had an opening in Memphis, and Jesse is going to return to WREG, where he worked before going to east to Hartford. Bonus, he’ll be closer to family back in the Home of the Blues. Both Wes and Jesse graduated from the University of Memphis. Jesse was an adjunct professor at Arkansas State U to boot. Let’s give Jesse a big Well Dunne! Thanks to former VP Creative HENRY VAZQUEZ for the tip! And people, Bill is a super guy to work with!
Job Alert – Topical Producer WTIC Hartford
Job Alert – Sr. Writer Producer (very senior) WTIC Hartford
Yes, there is a lot of very crazy ‘stuff’ happening right now. Hold onto your hats, kids. It’s gonna be a bumpy ride.
Think About This: “Even the richest of brands are robbed by poor character.” ~ Criss Jami from Healology
What was the last big adventure you took? JOHN RICE went to Alaska. Sure, he was doing a media job there, which is the same career path as in the lower 48. He’s been CSD at KTVA in Anchorage, but actually overseeing creative for the Denali stations throughout the state, which is bigger than Texas. It’s been a major adventure. Just driving to Alaska is worthy of a binge watch series. That was a few years ago, and as exciting as the adventure has been, it was 4,381 miles, give or take, away from family. Family was the draw that is bringing John back to North Carolina. He’ll begin in mid-July as the CSD for Nexstar’s WNCN in the North Carolina capital. NC is a familiar haunt for him – he was in Charlotte at WCNC heading creative before going up South Street to WBTV in the same role. John’s a Texas Longhorn who has been in the promo biz for KHOU and various freelance callings in Houston. An avid cyclist, he’ll enjoy the rolling terrain of the Triangle but I know he’ll miss the moose. Well Dunne! John.
Don’t scratch KOVR off your Jobs Open list…there might be a new development. Ah, facts. So elusive in the Trump era….
Job Alert – News Promo Producer WFLD Chicago
Job Alert – Senior Director Creative Services Comcast Spotlight NYC
Think About This: “What we have enjoyed, we can never lose… all that we love deeply becomes a part of us.” ~ Helen Keller
KELLY DONNELL has worked in the most exciting places. He’s adding one to his resume – Sacramento, CA, which is where all the cool kids are living. Yes they are. Who can afford SF? The Cali capital is home to KOVR, the CBS station there and where Kelly will office in his new role heading marketing and creative. He might be a member of the VP club, too. He’s decamping his CS Marketing role at Tribune’s KDVR in Denver. Kelly’s a Florida Gator who’s gotten to live and promo in Honolulu, Chicago, San Francisco, San Diego, Tucson, New Orleans, and New York at MSNBC. Wonderful Well Dunne! to Kelly.
Job Alert – Creative Services Marketing Director KDVR Denver
Job Alert – Creative Services Producer KFMB San Diego
Job Alert – Daytime Topical producer WVIT Hartford
Think About This: “Maybe that’s enlightenment enough: to know that there is no final resting place of the mind; no moment of smug clarity. Perhaps wisdom is realizing how small I am, and unwise, and how far I have yet to go.” – Anthony Bourdain who will be missed by those who knew him and those he inspired to seek tastes and experiences outside themselves.
The Texas/Oklahoma market of Wichita Falls-Lawton OK is full of the friendliest people you’re going to ever run into. It’s been a great market for talented TRAVIS DENT, and the folks at KSWO are heartbroken to see that he’s going to leave. Yes, Travis is going to another Raycom station. Starting next month, Travis will take on the Marketing Director position at WSFA, the NBC affil in Raycom’s hometown and just so happens to be the capital of Alabama. He’ll be closer to family and his alma mater, Savannah State. Travis started in the biz doing promo and commercials for KMSS in Shreveport and was Promotion Manager for Nexstar’s WBMB-WBRL-WVLA in Baton Rouge. Hope you all send him a lovely Well Dunne! Travis.
Job Alert – Promotions Manager WGMB/WBRL/WVLA Baton Rouge
Job Alert – Director of Marketing – KAUZ (Wichita Falls, TX) / KSWO (Lawton, OK)
Raycom Media is seeking a Director of Marketing to lead marketing efforts in the Wichita Falls, TX/Lawton, OK market. The Director of Marketing will be responsible for marketing both KSWO-TV (ABC) and KAUZ-TV (CBS/CW). Candidates must be innovative, strategic and creative thinkers capable of protecting and promoting both brands across all screens while honoring the uniqueness of the Texas and Oklahoma audiences and interests. The candidate must be a leader, coach and trainer with a proven track record as a television marketing director. The DM works closely with the 7 News and Newschannel 6 news teams to create image and topical promotion. The candidate will oversee art and graphic design as well as create and implement social and digital marketing strategies. The DM works closely with both sales departments to help develop and execute revenue-generating ideas. The DM will also oversee all commercial production. Candidate must be a strong writer with exceptional interpersonal skills. The DM is responsible for all marketing strategies and brand management, as well as handling public relations and community-related activities. Candidate will be an effective communicator. He/She must foster a vibrant and positive work environment by leading and teaching a staff of marketing producers. Candidate must develop and execute effective on-air and on-line research-based strategic marketing plans, meet deadlines, and have strong attention to detail/good follow-through. Candidate must have a solid grasp of budgeting for all aspects of the marketing and creative services and should be able to edit on computer assisted non-linear editing systems. Candidate will work closely with the General Managers of both stations and will office in Lawton, OK. Qualified applicants, please apply online at kswo.com or the Raycom Media Career site and attach your cover letter and resume. No phone calls please. EOE-M/F/D/V
Think About This: “summer, after all, is a time when wonderful things can happen to quiet people. for those few months, you’re not required to be who everyone thinks you are, and that cut-grass smell in the air and the chance to dive into the deep end of a pool give you a courage you don’t have the rest of the year. you can be grateful and easy, with no eyes on you, and no past. summer just opens the door and lets you out.” ~ Deb Caletti from Honey, Baby, Sweetheart
KIRO’s CSD CHLOE HOUSER has landed herself ‘a catch’ as her new Brand Manager. JIM MARKETTI is heading to Seattle and he starts next Monday. The University of Wisconsin-Madison grad started as a news photog at WITI in Milwaukee and transitioned to promo there, and that led to being Exec Producer Ad and Promo at KSTP in Minneapolis. Chicago was the next market where he was Promo Manager at FOX WFLD then at NBC’s WMAQ. He went back to WFLD as a member of the VP Club. Jim’s also been doing his promo magic for Weigel Broadcasting and was Creative Director for the Local Station Group for them. He’s been busy over at WLS in Chicago lately. You need to give him a hearty Well Dunne! Jim!
Think About This: “Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring, those ripples build a current that can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance.” ~ Robert Kennedy, assassinated June 6, 1968
No matter what age your drivers license says you are, there’s something so special about summer that you become a child. Happy, carefree, seeing stories in the clouds and hearing music when you hold your breath underwater. Perhaps new beginnings are part of your summer. Perhaps one of these are for you:
Promo / Brand Manager
WGMB – Baton Rouge
KRDO – Colorado Springs
KIRO – Seattle Just filled by JIM MARKETTI…read tomorrow
WHBQ – Memphis
WWBT – Richmond
Director Digital and Social Media
WGN America – LA
WSPA – Montgomery
WTXL – Tallahassee
WBIR – Knoxville
WTSP – St Pete / Tampa
Assistant Creative Services Director
KOAT – Albuquerque
WJCL – Savannah
Creative Services Director
WSVN – Miami (this might be going for Ripley’s record)
WNCN – Raleigh Just hired…working out details. More to come
KJRH – Tulsa
WJRT – Flint
Creative Services Manager
WHLT – Hattiesburg
WRDW/WAGM – Augusta
Think About This: ““And so with the sunshine and the great bursts of leaves growing on the trees, just as things grow in fast movies, I had that familiar conviction that life was beginning over again with the summer.” ~ F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby
There’s a connection between St. Louis and the Tampa area. For ages, the baseball Cardinals held spring camp across the Bay in St. Petersburg. Tampa has all the fun in the sun possibilities the Midwest lacks. And now Tampa has another St. Louis connection because DON BOHAC has joined CSD DENNIS ELSBURY’s creative team at ABC affil WFTS; he’s the new multimedia marketing producer. In The Lou, he was promo producing for KMOV. He’s a southern gent who interned at WSB in Atlanta then went out to El Paso doing Topicals for KFOX. He did a stint at KIRO in Seattle, too. Very cool. Well Dunne! Don.
Job Alert – Creative Producer KEZI Eugene
Job Manager – Creative Services Manager WRDW/WAGM Augusta GA
Think About This: “We can’t take any credit for our talents. It’s how we use them that counts.” ~ Madeline L’Engle A Wrinkle in Time
TGIF on the first day of June. And today’s spotlight is on Well Dunne! Talent’s MELANIE HAYNES, who is an actress on camera and a voice talent behind it. Come June 16, her film Antiquities will be part of the Dances With Films at TCL Chinese Theatres in Hollywood. She has the part of eccentric Aunt Patty in the film which also stars Andrew West of The Walking Dead, Ashley Green of Twilight fame and Mary Steenburgen who was just in Book Club. The Kansas-born lady talent lives a very exciting life away from her mic, splitting her time between LA and Houston. You really need to give Mel a listen and remember her when you look for a female voice. Well Dunne! Melanie.
Job Alert – Audience Development and Brand Manager WWBT Richmond
Think About This: “You always feel like your 18-year old self in some sense. And that’s what walking through New York on a June evening feels like – you feel like it’s Friday, and you’re 17 years old.” ~ John Darnielle
The American southwest is one of a kind. There’s nothing exactly like it, even though there are deserts that dwarf it in size and scope. But here in the states, our desert has brought forth art and history and mythology…mesas and vistas….saguaro cacti. Cowboys and westerns. The one thing missing (ok, there’s a few, but work with me here) is green. It’s pretty sparse and far between. Trees, flowers, grass…not so much. And rain. Well, you guys east of the Mississippi have had more than your fair share, while the west side of the river has been pretty dry. When BEN BATES takes the Multimedia Marketing Producer slot at Atlanta’s WXIA, he’ll be returning to the green that’s he’s missed while in Albuquerque as Assistant CSD for Hearst’s KOAT. Ben’s first TV job was at WVLA in Baton Rouge before he made the jump to KDVR in Denver. Both green. He then did a turn at Craftsy Network in the Mile High City before heading to DEILIA WILLIAMS’ creative team in The Q. A big thanks to him for pointing out that southern sweet tea is available at Chick-fil-A for those who crave it and are not in areas where it’s served most anywhere. Big Well Dunne! Ben.
Job Alert – Director Creative Services & Marketing WJRT Flint
Think About This: “You use a glass mirror to see your face; you use works of art to see your soul.” ~ George Bernard Shaw
REX MAIN is a great name. Rex means king. Main is, of course, the top. Rex Main is a name you use to get attention. And this particular Rex is adding to the creative output at Nexstar’s ABC affiliate in Augusta, GA, WJBF. Yes, the golf mecca of the world (sorry Scotland, but you have no trees…). Rex is working with CSD CHUCK SPRUILL, who’s a great judge of talent. Rex has spent time in two of the most beautiful places, working in promo of course. He’s been at KREX in Grand Junction, Colorado as CSD as well as in the rose city, Tyler, Texas as CSD for KETK. His prodco has a great name as well: Main Video Productions. What’s in a name? How about what do we say now? Well Dunne! Rex
Job Alert – Assistant Creative Services Director KOAT Albuquerque
The BBC is going to become an all digital operation. This is worth the read. Does your operation have plans in place for the changes happening in media delivery?
Think About This: “The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of the depths. These persons have an appreciation, a sensitivity, and an understanding of life that fills them with compassion, gentleness, and a deep loving concern. Beautiful people do not just happen.” ~ Elizabeth Kubler Ross
The hunt for the elusive producer continues. Here are some folks on the hunt:
WSAV – Savannah*
WYFF – Greenville SC
KSWB – Salinas
KOCO – Oklahoma City
WPBF – Palm Beach
KSNT – Topeka
WMAQ – Chicago
WBZ – Boston Digital Promo & Content Mktg Producer
WMC – Memphis Marketing Producer
WREG – Memphis Sr. Writer/Producer
WTKR – Norfolk Writer Producer
WITI – Milwaukee Marketing Producer
WXMI – Grand Rapids Writer Producer
WDCW – DC Writer Producer Editor
WDAF – Kansas City Promo Producer
KSEE – Fresno
KNST – Topeka
KRON – San Francisco Commercial Promo Editor
WFFF – Vermont
WNCT – Greenville NC
WOI – Des Moines Editor Photog
WCPO – Cincinnati Marketing Producer Editor
KOCO – OKC Writer Producer
WDSU – New Orleans
KTVU – Oakland retail promo producer
Newsy – Chicago Marketing Producer Editor
The “Mom On” Yoplait commercials are so horrible, so offensive, they fail to bring forth words that will make it through the email spam filters. Yes, they are THAT BAD.
Think About This: ““Heroism doesn’t always happen in a burst of glory. Sometimes small triumphs and large hearts change the course of history.” ~ Mary Roach
Yes, Austin is one of the coolest cities. Is it the music? Willie may live in Maui but he still visits Austin a lot. Is it the students? Lots of Longhorns in addition to the world’s second largest brick building. Bonus points to you if you know the first, comrade. Is Austin cool because of the gathering of new ideas and people who give those ideas a run? Well there is that. Point being that the Texas capital is one cool market, and it’s where DAVID SQUIRES has worked for a good number of years. David has just been promoted to Vice President of Creative Services at KTBC there. Great choice…the man is a grad of Mizzou. For those who need a little mental jumpstart, Mizzou is University of Missouri located in Columbia. Noted for their journalism school, which is perhaps the best around. David started his TV career in Columbia at KMIZ where he punched newscasts. He punched news in Palm Springs at KESQ before jumping to the promotion department at KNTV in the San Francisco area. He then went to St. Louis’ KSDK before heading down river to Memphis where he was Promo Manager for WHBQ. He took the Promo Manager slot in Austin twice…with a Creative Director stint in between. Now he’s running the show and I can only imagine how hot marketing is amongst the bluebonnets. A Texas-size Well Dunne! David.
See ya’ll next Tuesday. Be safe.
Think About This: “There is only one map to the journey of life and it lies within your heart.” ~ Willie Nelson
TROY MCDONALD JR is the new member of CSD PAUL CHAPLIN’s creative crew at CBS affil WLKY in Louisville. Post Derby, L’ville is a great little city and Troy’s making the switch from Tribune’s CBS affil WTKR oceanside in the Norfolk, Virginia market. Well, not exactly Oceanside, but close to the bay and really downtown, but hey… Troy’s background started on the college radio station where he was on-air and did it all. First job in TV was running camera at WLJT in Martin, TN where he went to college. He was a Graphic Designer for Raycom in Memphis at WMC as well. Paul is thrilled to have him contributing as a writer producer for the Hearst station. Well Dunne! Troy.
Think About This: “The difference between an optimist and a pessimist? An optimist laughs to forget, but a pessimist forgets to laugh.: ~ Tom Bodett
CSD STEVE PATRICK of Nexstar’s duop WIBV/WNLO in Buffalo looked outside the run-of-the-mill ‘hire a producer’ situation and found a talented, enthusiastic candidate to add to his promo team. Welcome SARAH SIGNORELLI to the CBS/CW operation. Ms. Sarah has been creative via graphics and marketing for several operations in The Nickel City. Sidebar: That nickname comes from the back of the five-cent piece, which is, of course, a buffalo. Back to Sarah – she writes for Buffalo Spree, which is the cutting edge magazine. Did an internship at WGRZ there. She was a triple major in college: communications, journalism and digital media arts. Rare and wonderful indeed. That deserves a three-time Well Dunne! Sarah.
Don’t you love ‘outside the norm’ promotions? The kind that make you say “Wish I could have done that.” There’s a video to support the next Jurassic Park movie that is not only spot-on directorially, but is hilarious to boot. Give it a gander.
Think About This: “Go venture far beyond the shores. Don’t forsake this life of yours. I’ll guide you home no matter where you are.” ~ Avicii
It never fails…when you run across someone and you know they’re going to be a star. Going to stand out and be amazing. Words to describe it (and that could be the word – It) are hard to come by and frankly are like reading a white wine description. It’s close but doesn’t really nail what you want to say. But you know. Such was the case with BROOKE DEARBORN. She was a participant in a Topical Boot Camp SYD RUBIN and I did for CBS’ WBZ in Boston. SEAN BARNACOAT had assembled an A-List team of promo and news pros ready to sharpen their topical skills…and they were attentive to the max. Brooke had that “sumin-sumin” as Oprah would say. Now she has a new job over at the FOX station in Beantown. Hate to see CBS lose her, but we all move on as we grow. Brooke has a very interesting background in promotions: Promo Producer for NECN as well as WWE plus time at Jerry Springer Show and Jimmy Kimmel Live. The Boston U grad deserves a hearty Well Dunne! Brooke.
Job Alert – Creative Services Producer WPTA Fort Wayne
Think About This: “The only way that we can live, is if we grow. The only way that we can grow is if we change. The only way that we can change is if we learn. The only way we can learn is if we are exposed. And the only way that we can become exposed is if we throw ourselves out into the open. Do it. Throw yourself.” ~ C JoyBell C
A pathfinder has passed. She was bold, brash, profane, dedicated, passionate, colorful in all ways, absolutely loved her dogs and her job, and in the end, was ravaged by that torturer dementia. MARTHA PELL STANVILLE passed away yesterday, May 17, after fighting the ghost fight against the condition that robs a person of what makes them unique. A southern belle raised in Macon, Georgia, she never lost her lovely accent and fell in love with TV when she took at job, at 19, at WMAZ in her hometown. Her dreams of musical theatre stardom were replaced by the excitement of TV marketing. Along the way, she was President of American Women in Radio and Television and worked at WCCO in Minneapolis as well as leading TV affiliates in top markets. At NBC TV Network she was VP of Affiliate Advertising and Promotion Services and was noted for her amazing parties. She was like a bulldog about admission, btw, and she never missed a trick or nametag. She was a redhead and could cut an imposing figure when needed. She went to work at Fred Hayman when he as THE perfume man in Bev Hills and she knew everybody…and they knew her. For over 50 years, she brought creativity, fun, and a joi de vivre – je ne sait quoi to everything. She will be missed by many, many people. God bless ya Martha.
Think About This: “The secret to being happy is having a sense of humor and a dirty mind.” ~ James Pettit, as inspired by Martha Pell Stanville.
A real Jersey girl or guy knows the difference between Tenafly and Cresskill. If you don’t, you should since one never knows when that bit of info can come in handy, even if you aren’t close to the zip at all. Cresskill is where JOHN FORGETTA calls home, and he calls WKYC, the NBC affil in Cleveland, his new place of business. He’s the recently hired Marketing Director, calling GM MICKI BYRNES boss, the lucky guy. The Weslyan grad has a wonderful background as brand strategist and communications for several large insurance concerns and has even been Editorial Director for American Greetings. That sounds like a blast. Most interesting former slot – Deputy Editor of the LA Times in LA of course. Let’s give him a rousing Well Dunne! John!
Job Alert – Sr. Writer Producer WREG Memphis
Think About This: “My role in society, or any artist’s or poet’s role, is to try and express what we all feel. Not to tell people how to feel. Not as a preacher, not as a leader, but as a reflection of us all.” ~ John Lennon
A good heart and a sharp creative mind is the ideal combination for anybody in television according to me. To point out an example of one such person embodying these two ideals, we need go no further than North Carolina, where RYAN POPE has been named CSD of WWAY in Wilmington. I’ll let him tell his own story and I want to hear a big Well Dunne! Ryan when you’re finished reading. “After graduating from East Carolina University in 2005 with a BS in Communications, Video Production, I finally landed my first gig in TV in 2006. I started at WWAY TV3 when it was located in Downtown Wilmington and started as a production assistant/live truck operator/morning photog. After just a few months of giving it all I had, I got promoted to Promotions Manager/Creative Director. It sure was tough jumping right into those shoes, but it gave me tons of valuable experience. I got offered the same position at 41 NBC WMGT in Macon, GA in 2008 and packed up and left my home state. 41 NBC had no promotions department when I started and I was tasked at building the department from the ground up. I have always been the “creative guy” and I also love to help people in need. So over the years I developed a strategy to help those in need WITH my creativity. The stations I have worked at were never number one in ratings, but we WERE number one in community service and using the power of TV to help the less fortunate. I became heavily involved with The Salvation Army over the years and eventually left 41 NBC to work for them and get a break from the madness of small market TV. Now, I am back at the place it all started and have a team of creative folks I am tasked at managing. I can’t wait to get dug back into this wonderful Cape Fear area and think of ways to help those less fortunate with the power of TV! I was awarded a community service award by the Mayor/City of Macon before I left for the “Blossoming Hearts” campaign I created and managed for many years. It is my hope that I can develop some creative projects to execute for people in need around the NC Coast!” Now that, Ladies and Gents, is one great guy. Well Dunne.
Job Alert – Director of Marketing and Audience Development WTXL Tallahassee
WTXL, the ABC Affiliate in Tallahassee, FL seeks a Director of Marketing and Audience Development (DMAD) to lead the station’s marketing department. This role provides expertise and support to News, Digital, Sales and all other local content efforts for multiplatform creative strategies, and commercial production services.
This is the perfect opportunity for someone who is already a Director of Marketing, Marketing Director, or an experienced Promotion Manager, Creative Services Director, or Senior Producer ready for the next step in their career.
This individual is a hands-on leader, skilled in multi-platform marketing, outside media delivery, client creative services projects, and communications and community relations activities. Exceptional organizational and strategic thinking required to implement market research recommendations and achieve goals in audience development and revenue growth. The DMAD manages a creative team to produce award-worthy, audience-motivating promotion that will expand the station’s rapidly-growing broadcast and digital media presence.
The DMAD is also responsible for the station’s overall marketing strategy, including outside media planning and buying, budgets and employee training modules. Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Advertising, Film/Video or related field preferred. Experience in a marketing leadership position required. Send creative reel demonstrating advanced knowledge of video production, especially Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effects and DSLR cinematography.
Qualified applicants only, apply online at https://careers-raycommedia.icims.com. Attach resume with cover letter, and link to your most recent work. Drug screen and Motor Vehicle Record check required. No phone calls please. EOE-M/F/D/V
Think About This: “When will our consciences grow so tender that we will act to prevent human misery rather than avenge it?” ~ Eleanor Roosevelt
Let’s start on the far west coast and work our way eastward this week, shall we? Seattle is pretty much the farthest west without leaving what the Alaskans call The Lower 48. And the soon-to-be FOX station currently Tribune (at least as of this writing….things change so very quickly Toto) has a new hire. Say hello to SCOTT KRAGELUND, now aboard Q13/JOE tv/Portland’s CW triopoly. Hmm, are all three going to FOX? Anyway, Scott is a TV guy who calls Spokane home. Yes Spokane home to the Spokane Indians baseball club. Scott has a sheepskin in broadcasting from Washington State U and went to work first as an intern then as a morning news show director at ABC affil KXLY. He loves punching live shows and did so for Q13 before taking a Redmond-WA based tech job as Video Production Manager. Like a lot of the tech companies, it shone brightly before losing sparkle and now, he’s using all the great experience to return to his old Seattle stomping grounds as their Creative Services Writer Producer. He gets to call SYD RUBIN boss and they all work and play well with former promo pro now GM PAM PEARSON and Marketing Honcho BRENT AYRES. Well Dunne! Scott!
Job Alert – Director of Affiliate Relatons and Media Shop LC Austin
Job Alert – Vice President, Marketing & Communications Houston Zoo Houston
Think About This: “There are painters who transform the sun to a yellow spot, but there are others who, with the help of their art and their intelligence, transform a yellow spot into sun.” ~ Pablo Picasso
In a rut? Hate it? Want to get up in the morning and be excited about what your week will bring? Tired of being sick and tired? Perhaps the answer is a new job. Perhaps one of these will float your boat:
VP Creative Services
KTBC – Austin
Creative Services Director
WSFA – Montgomery
WNCN – Raleigh
KJRH – Tulsa
Marketing Director / Director of Marketing
WTXL – Tallahassee
WHLT – Hattiesburg
WBIR – Knoxville
WTSP – St Pete/Tampa
KRDO – Colorado Springs
KIRO – Seattle
WHBQ – Memphis
Assistant Creative Services Director
WJCL – Savannah
Creative Director CBS TV Network LA
Creative Director Science Channel LA
Director Brand Creative TBS
Director of Marketing Jewelry Network Knoxville
Think About This: “Marketing says: “The glass is full. Let’s throw a launch party.” Product Development says “The glass is half full. It has many of the features we wanted.” Finance says “The glass is half empty. There’s a lot of risk in this model.” Legal says “The glass is empty. Someone could drown or get cut on the glass.” ~ Cartoonist.com
Without the excellent efforts of the entertainment PR folks, the biz would be at a standstill. Yes it would. Entertainment PR folks are the best. And one of the best of the best has a new job to share with ya’ll. BRANDII TOBY-LEON is now part of Bullseye Communications. Her background with Scripps Nets out of Knoxville, Fox TV Stations, and TV One (there’s more, but these are the fun ones) will make her unstoppable. She’s a gem. Big Well Dunne! Brandii. Yes, there are two ‘i’s in her name.
Speaking of great PR types, keep an eye peeled for RAY ECKE who will be this blog’s reporter on the ground at PROMAX. Big Promax in NYC, of course. He’s so talented!
Job Alert – Promo producer WNCT Greenville NC
Job Alert – Creative Services Producer KAMR Amarillo
Think About This: ““Anyone in a state of seeking can never be happy. Only those who are constantly finding are fulfilled. And finding is not something that happens to us—it is something we do.” ~ Alan Cohen