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To get from Fresno to Las Vegas, one has to fly or drive, circumnavigating notorious Death Valley. It looks close on the map, but takes 5 hours or more by car. When you use Google maps, the directions make it look like a smiley face. It’s what RICK NITIDO has done and he’s gotten lucky in Vegas (doesn’t everybody want that?) and landed the Promo Manager job at NBC affiliate KSNV. He had been in Fresno quite some time, working at various slots at KSEE, but when his old station was purchased and blended with another, he was able to transition to Sin City. The Connecticut native is having a blast. Well Dunne! Rick.
Think About This: "Let us be very sincere in our dealings with each other, and have the courage to accept each other as we are. Do not he surprised or become preoccupied at each other’s failures – rather, see and find in each other the good, for each one of us is created in the image of God." ~ Mother Teresa of Calcutta
Out Fresno way comes word from GM MATT ROSENFELD that he’s promoted RICK NITIDO to Creative Services Director. The UConn grad has been at KSEE for 25 years and has done just about everything, from Director, Art Director, Production Manager, Creative Director and Promotion Manager. Right now, he’s Promotion & Production Manager. Best part of the new job (said with a smile) is working with Well Dunne! Talents RICH VANSLYKE. Big Well Dunne! to you Rick.
Job Alert – VP Marketing and Audience for Cox Media Group Ohio in Dayton
Phoenix people…do a good thing and have a blast this Saturday. It’s a holiday bazaar fundraiser and movie night at Villa Paws at the Paradise Hills Shopping Center. Watch the holiday classic film Elf and bring your whole family, including the 4 legged ones. Pix with Santa, too. It all helps Theresa McQuown fight leukemia.
Think About This: “The truth is that in the most profound relationships our deepest fears come up for healing. They come up because we feel safe enough with our partner to look at the shadowy aspects of ourselves and begin to integrate them into our awareness.” ~ Paul Ferrini