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September 16, 2015

Sep 15, 2015 by     Comments Off on September 16, 2015    Posted under: Featured

Who’s the new kid on the block at WMC in Memphis? None other than TERRYE BAKER, the new Marketing Manager for Raycom’s NBC affiliate in the city Elvis called home. Terrye has been in Chicago at NBC’s WMAQ writing and producing. Now she’s moving to a management slot under CSD JENNY SMITH, who is thrilled to have her as part of the marketing squad. Big Well Dunne! to Terrye.


All the best wishes to Miami’s NBC6 Promo Producer and Motion Graphic whiz JIM GRAVINA, who is a magician when he’s not doing TV marketing. It was indeed a magical moment when he asked his lovely girlfriend to be his wife. Yes, everybody was all smiles at the engagement. 

 

Think About This: "… Do not be discouraged because the "means whereby" to bring about the accomplishment of your dreams may not be apparent. In other words, you do not have to know how this will happen. You only have to know that it will happen."  ~ Jack Boland

 

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March 2, 2012

Mar 1, 2012 by     Comments Off on March 2, 2012    Posted under: Uncategorized

Let’s all offer a warm, southern welcome to JENNY SMITH, the new Marketing Director of Raycom’s CBS affil, KSLA in Shreveport, LA, which is known as the Ark-La-Tex, seeing as it marks the intersection of Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas. East Texas actually.  Jenny isn’t a stranger to southern grace and welcomes…the Tennessee native (she calls Cookville home…and Cookville has the most amazing Hartmann Luggage store right at the factory) was up Memphis way as EP of Marketing for WMC in Elvis’ adopted home. WMC is the Raycom NBC affiliate in the Home of the Blues (music, not hockey). Ms. Jenny has a lovely voice, btw. Well Dunne! Jenny.


Job Alert – Marketing Producer at WMC Memphis


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Think About This: "If I can stop one heart from breaking,  I shall not live in vain:  If I can ease one life the aching, Or cool one pain, Or help one fainting robin Unto his nest again, I shall not live in vain."  ~ Emily Dickinson