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July 7, 2015

Jul 6, 2015 by     Comments Off on July 7, 2015    Posted under: Featured

Trading the hustle and bustle of Atlanta for the hustle and bustle of the DC area is lovely LORI HALL, just named Senior Vice President of Marketing for TV One. Silver Spring is the center of so much TV…anybody called it some kind of nickname (Hollywood East is too cliché)? Lori has been VP of Consumer Marketing at UP (at one time the Gospel Channel) where she handled all kinds of audience-garneting events, like the exclusive media partnership with Steve Harvey and the Neighborhood Awards. Before UP, Lori, who is a Northwestern grad, had several ever-increasingly important jobs at Turner Entertainment Networks, including overseeing campaigns for such shows as Cougar Town, Meet The Browns and Rizzoli and Isles. A big Well Dunne! Lori.

Job Alert – Promotion Manager  WHBQ Memphis

Oh my…this was actually part of a job description. One has to laugh. Ensures optimal resource allocation within the team.  Perhaps they need a copywriter before anything else.


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July 10, 2013

Jul 9, 2013 by     Comments Off on July 10, 2013    Posted under: Featured

Better late than never….let’s hear it for LORI HALL, now VP of Consumer Marketing at UP, which used to be Atlanta-based GMC Channel. Lori comes over from Turner where she headed up marketing and consumr ad campaigns for TBS and TNT as a Director.  She’s a Northwestern grad who also worked on the series Being Bobby Brown. Well Dunne! Lori.

The new Promotion Manager at KNWA/KFTA is JODY BIRCHFIELD, who was promoted actually from Senior Promo Producer at the Nexstar duop. He’s a local guy who loves the work and has been doing promos, happily, and it shows. A great big Well Dunne! Mr. Jody.

Job Alert – Writer producer KOKI Tulsa

Think About This: “Lay a firm foundation with the bricks that others throw at you.”  ~ David Brinkley