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June 30, 2014

Jun 29, 2014 by     Comments Off on June 30, 2014    Posted under: Featured

Getting an honor that puts her next to Johnny Carson, Tom Brokaw and Dick Cavett is the one and only LYNNE GRASZ. NY based Lynne is now President and Board Chair of the National School  Foundation Association and come August 13, she’ll be honored with an induction into the Nebraska Broadcasters “Hall of Fame”. Lynne has a stellar track record in the TV marketing world, beginning as CSD of KMOX TV (now KMOV) which was owned by CBS, which promoted her o Director of Comunication for eight divisions of their in the broadcast group. That led to being Executive Director of the Television Information Office  where she visited over 600 stations, among other good works. From here she became Executive Director of PROMAX International and then ED of BDA, growing membership in both. When the two became PROMAX / BDA she spent four more years heading up the growing organization. She’s got an amazing background and has done so many important things, this write up seems quite inadequate. And her PR skils…wow. She even introduced the talented DENA YASNER to Well Dunne! So grab the confetti, get out your celebratory horns and let’s hear it for Lynne. Well Dunne! my dear.

Job Alert – Sr. Writer Producer Spike NYC

Job Alert – Marketing Director WAVE Louisville

Job Alert – Promotion Manager WLOX Biloxi

Six Leadership Lessons you can learn from Chuck Noll (you should read this even if you don’t know how he is…and if you don’t, keep away from Well Dunne!’s LARRY RICHERT who has a very close connection to his organization)


Think About This: "I will love the light for it shows me the way; yet I will love the darkness for it shows me the stars."  ~  Mandino

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January 10, 2013

Jan 9, 2013 by     Comments Off on January 10, 2013    Posted under: Jobs, Uncategorized

Post Newsweek’s WDIV in Detroit named JAMIE KAYE WALTERS their Creative Services and Programming Director. Jamie knows her stuff having worked at WDIV in the past in both programming and promotions. She’s a grad of University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. What’s she been doing in the gap between WDIV gigs? She founded and ran Creative Cow, a production company in the Motor City. Big Well Dunne! Jamie Kaye Walters.

Job Alert – Promo Writer Producer WMOR in Tampa

Job Alert – VP Creative Services, On-Air BET Networks NYC

As if being the voice of the Pittsburgh Steelers and doing NFL Films voic work isn’t enough..plus his on-air work at KDKA Radio…Well Dunne! Talent’s LARRY RICHERT has also written a movie. Check it out by clicking here and pick one up at your Walmart.  Impressive.



Think About This: “All I know is that I’ve wasted all these years looking for something, a sort of trophy I’d get only if I really, really did enough to deserve it. But I don’t want it anymore, I want something else now, something warm and sheltering, something I can turn to, regardless of what I do, regardless of who I become. Something that will just be there, always, like tomorrow’s sky. That’s what I want now, and I think it’s what you should want too. But it will be too late soon. We’ll become too set to change. If we don’t take our chance now, another may never come for either of us.”  ~  Kazuo Ishiguro (When We Were Orphans)

May 21, 2012

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

Kudos to Well Dunne Talent’s LARRY RICHERT for being named the Steelers public address announcer. Larry is quite the sports voice doing NFL Films work. 

DENA YASNER is in Hawaii now.,.it’s a romantic getaway for her and her honey. And ISSA LOPEZ is taking some time off as well. They’ll be back rested in a week or so.

The Cable Show is happening in Boston. Pick up your copy of EXTRA EXTRA and you’ll see why I’ve been so distracted.

Job Alert – Promotion Writer Producer at WKYC in Cleveland

Job Alert – Commercial Producer at KFOR in OKC.

Job Alert – Graphic Artist KFOR in OKC

Think About This: “How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a sigle moment before starting to improve the world.” ~ Anne Frank


July 25, 2011

Jul 24, 2011 by     Comments Off on July 25, 2011    Posted under: Uncategorized

Big Well Dunne! welcome to LARRY RICHERT, the newest member of the creative team. Larry’s out of Pittsburgh where he’s heard on KDKA Radio. And for all your Pittsburgh Steelers fans (and I know there are a ton of you) he’s the voice for NFL Films’ Steelers Report. Yeah, you should hire him to use that voice for you…

Sending out healing thoughts and good wishes to KSAZ’s VP Creative JIM GIRORDO’s son Matthew, who recently underwent heart surgery. Jim and his wife, former promotion whiz SHARON, are making sure young Matthew makes a full recovery. Well Dunne! to that.

Job Alert – WDIV in Detroit is looking for a promo writer producer. 

DON SMITH, Promo Manager of KOVR in Sacramento sends this Job Alert along:

CBS 13 in Sacramento, CA is looking for a news topical writer, producer, shooter and editor for daily news topicals. You need solid news judgment, good conversational writing skills and the ability to work creatively under tight deadline pressure. CBS 13 is a well-branded and highly creative team environment with an aggressive and innovative style. 

The news topical producer will report to the Promotion Manager but work closely with CBS 13 newsroom staff. Previous topical writing and editing experience is a requirement. Those applying should have a minimum of 3-years writing or producing experience in a news station. Former or current news producers with technical and creative abilities are encouraged to apply. 

To apply for the position, please log on to: www.cbssacramento.com 

Love hearing about an indoor, air-conditioned dog park. Phoenix is the right place for this, although with the heat now and the cold later, perhaps this is the next wave of pet-related services. SHORTY BACON approved this message.

Think About This: “A young child responds freshly to each moment, without plans or expectations. This is … a good way to live.”  ~ Dan Millman