Tagged with " Ken Burbank"
Hubbard’s NBC affiliate in the Duke City, KOB TV, has promoted KEVIN OLMSTEAD to Creative Services Director. He made the trek west to New Mexico from Louisville, KY about two year ago and he was so much closer to his family in El Paso. And he gets to drive through the most interesting landscape to get to his hometown. Bonus – he drives through Truth or Consequences, NM, a town named after the TV game show. Only in the USA. Well Dunne! Kevin.
Well Dunne! Talent’s KEN BURBANK (whose real name is Ken Eaken) got a wonderful write-up in the Detroit paper…check it out. And of course, check Ken’s voice out as well.
Hey you New Yorkers…if you’re on 6th Avenue between 49th and 50th , get a real live Bluth Frozen Banana at the Bluth Original Frozen Banana Stand. Arrested Development gets a gold star for marketing.
Think About This: “The most dependable quality in the universe is that of change. A willingness to change eliminates the word failure from our vocabulary.” ~ Tom Crum
With all the news about people leaving the TV world, it’s so refreshing and exciting to write about someone entering it. Welcome CARALENE ROBINSON who has been named Senior VP Creative Group and Consumer Marketing for VH1. All out of NYC or course. Caralene’s background includes an MBA from NYU’s Stern School of Business and a marketing degree from Howard as well as executive slots at Sprint, Colgate-Palmolive, Cox Enterprises and Coke. She’s even exec produced a documentary last year called “Versailles ’73: American Runway Revolution”. Well Dunne! Caralene.
Job Alert – Commercial Production Supervisor at WLKY in Louisville KY Click here
Al Jazeera New York City is hiring what seems to be a lot of promo folks. All info here.
Job Alert – Creative Services Video Producer KOLN/KGIN Lincoln Nebraska
Condolences to Well Dunne!’s KEN BURBANK who had to put his Rottweiler to sleep last week. Such a sad event for those of us who love their furry best friends.
Think About This: "Many times people stay in places they don’t like because they are afraid to move. Staying in the same place because of fear and apprehension is like living on a hamster wheel. Step off the hamster wheel by flowing with the changes in your life. Be it a mental or physical change, flow with it." ~ Ron Rathbun