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August 17, 2015

Aug 16, 2015 by     Comments Off on August 17, 2015    Posted under: Featured

Remember that scene near the finish of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade where Indy is faced with what appears to be a bottomless abyss, making it impossible for him to reach his destination and find the sought-after Grail? Despite all the discernible evidence to the contrary that there is no way to cross the chasm, he takes a step – in faith….and finds that the abyss isn’t what it appears. It’s a powerful scene…one that replays itself every time someone makes the decision to go off on their own, leaving behind a solid job with a steady income stream. Today, playing the part of Indiana is SYDNEY RUBIN. Ms. Sydney has been CSD at NBC affil KOAA in Colorado Springs and in about three months she’ll be firing up her own marketing and branding firm. VERY exciting events on the horizon.  The Syracuse grad has a super background that includes working with Magid, WTNH in Hartford, KMGH in Denver and owning a fabulous cottage industry called Broken Branch James & Jellies. Whew…very exciting. Well Dunne! Sydney.

If you’re reading this before 9am Eastern, tune into TV One’s News One Now for their special about the amazing life of Julian Bond, who, among other accomplishments, was co-founder of the  Southern Poverty Law Center.  

Job Alert – Promo Producer KNXV Phoenix

Job Alert – Creative Services Director WBNG Binghamton NY job 15-4584

Job Alert – Marketing Manager MSG Entertainment NYC  

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Note – There is no better customer service today than what they’re doing at GoDaddy. A big Well Dunne! to the customer service folks and to Danielle, who was able to fix the hosting problem at Midnight. THAT is service and is worth telling you all about.

Think About This: "I actually pray in my tent at night, believe it or not, for bad weather, because it’s on the edges of storms that I get my most magnificent, transitory, momentary photographs."  ~ John Fielder, nature photographer

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