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February 21, 2012

Feb 20, 2012 by     Comments Off on February 21, 2012    Posted under: Uncategorized

Stretching his wings in a slightly different direction is Jacksonville’s GLENN SEBOLD, who has taken a PR job.  He’s now the Director of Public Relations, Media Relations, and Creative Services at American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists. He’s leaving behind the CSD slot at Gannett’s WTLV/WJXX, NBC and ABC respectively, known as First Coast News, since Jacksonville is Florida’s First Coast when you come south. He’s been a fixture for 17 and a half years, so you know he’ll be missed. The Villanova grad is going to have such fun in his new slot, and probably won’t be a stranger at home. Stay in touch, Glenn and a big heartfelt Well Dunne!

Promo producing is what CLINTON RAWLES is doing over at Fox affil WBTV in Beaumont. Clinton has a degree from Lamar U and is a film man at heart. Well Dunne! Clinton.

Did you know that President Lincoln was the first President to have a cat at the White House? Every holiday brings some insightful bit of knowledge if we pay attention.

Job Alert – from BOB ST CHARLES down in Orlando  Broadcast Designer            

WFTV, the ABC affiliate in Orlando Florida is searching for a Broadcast Graphic Designer.

Join the market leading Eyewitness News team.  We led the way in Florida as the first station to broadcast local news in high definition. Great growth potential for highly motivated candidate.

Requirements:

  • Education in graphic design

  • Must have sufficient speed and expertise in Photoshop and After Effects (on a Mac platform)  — Illustrator, C4D a bonus

  • Must be able to provide a reel of Design/Animation work

  • Ability to work under tight deadlines and as a team player 

Responsibilities:

  • Creating news graphics for on air broadcast on a daily basis

Contact:   Cindy Kelly, Art Directorvvvvcindy.kelly@wftv.com

Don’t blow Taps for TV spots.   

 

Think About This: “Sometimes our attention becomes so engrossed in the things we are trying to do that we forget to unify ourselves consciously with the source of our being."  ~ Myrtle Fillmore