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November 15, 2017

Nov 14, 2017 by     1 Comment    Posted under: Featured

This coming March 17th is going to be more than just St. Patrick’s Day for two muy-talented promo guys. It’s the day that PAUL FEY and WALT JASCHEK, once known as Paul & Walt Worldwide, get inducted into the St. Louis Media Hall of Fame. Paul is now President and COO of LA-based World Wide Wadio (one of the best and favorite names ever) and Walt is now writing and consulting, again with a great name, i.e. Walt Now Consulting. Yes, he’s also teaching at Webster U.  The two of them had their roots in the Gateway Arch city where Paul was Ad Manager for KMOX TV (now KMOV). Their work is noted for the humor, the wittiness and the clever turn of a phrase heard on radios everywhere for such clients as CBS Network, NBC Network, Warners, King World and one time St. Louis favorite Budweiser, among others. Nothing more fun than giving hometown talent a big Well Dunne! Way to go Paul and Walt!


Think About This: “To succeed in life you need three things: a wishbone, a backbone and a funny bone.”  ~  Reba McEntire


Oct 30, 2011 by     Comments Off on Halloween    Posted under: Uncategorized

Happy Halloween. Which means another month has gone by. Anybody have anything spectacular planned for 11-11-11? Share.

New Mexico is gorgeous in the fall. DAVID ZACCARIA is going to get to see it first hand – he’s the new VP of Marketing and On-Air Promotion at ReelzChannel, whose main offices are at the Albuquerque Studios. David has been Creative Director, Integrated Marketing at Lifetime in LA. He’s also been VP-Creative Director at Telepictures as well as VP On air Promos for WBTV Network. Well Dunne! David.

Former St. Louis creative and head of LA’s World Wide Wadio PAUL FEY was one of the lucky World Series Game 7 attendees. He had a blast, in case you needed that made clear. Well Dunne! Cardinals.

Job Alert – Director of Communication at Oxygen in Burbank. #3357BR

Job Alert – Marketing Manager for MSG Variety Channel out of Cablevision on Long Island.

Think About This:  "To open yourself to the unknown means cutting the ground out from under your familiar reactions and habits. Notice how often the same words come out of your mouth, the same likes and dislikes dictate what you do with your time, the same people fill your life with routine. All of this familiarity is like a shell. The unknown is outside the shell, and to encounter it, you have to be willing to welcome it in."  ~ Deepak Chopra


Well Dunne for Friday, December 4, 2009

Dec 3, 2009 by     Comments Off on Well Dunne for Friday, December 4, 2009    Posted under: Uncategorized


Big news from BIGSMACKtv, the Philly based creative services agency for the broadcast world. They’ve added three to their team and promoted two. Adding Executive to the producer title are KELLY DIALS and HEIDI FREDERICK ERNEY. Coming aboard are NY-based director/DP MANUEL MIRANDA who has worked on campaigns for Victoria’s Secret and Macy’s, cinematographer JEFFREY PHILLIPS, and stylized director SCOTT WHITHAM. Thanks to Creative Director ANDY HANN for the update. That’s him in the pix there. Look for their latest work on the new image campaign for Bio Channel. Well Dunne! one and all.

The very clever talents at World Wide Wadio come up with their own annual version of Christmas cheer…and every year they get better than the year before. Well Dunne! to them all and thanks PAUL FEY for "It Came Upon A Movie Clip" – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7J3hASLgdo

TVNewsCheck Editor HARRY JESSELL outlines that the new Comcast/NBC gorilla is committed to broadcast TV  while broadcast chronicler DIANE MERMINGAS weighs in on the future of broadcast with the new Comcast/NBC world upon us and it’s less than committed. 

Swear this is a real listing from the Phoenix Craigslist: Willing to pay barter of laser hair removal worth $2000 In exchange for creative writing for this project.  So, if you know of a particularly hairy writer, this might be ideal.

Think About This: "Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s need, but not every man’s greed." ~ Mohandas Gandhi