Shout out to ROGER MARONI, who’s working with AJ WARREN on The Anderson Cooper Show. Roger started his TV career down in San Antonio, clutching his Trinity degree. He was a major plus for the extremely popular PM Magazine at KSAT. He was so good, Boston’s WBZ brought him up to work for their show. He’s done his magic for for Martha Stewart and Jane Pauley and, well, more to come on Roger. Now, back to the Cardinals in the World Series!
Job Alert – All you Boston sports fans who are also artistic: NESN is looking for a part time, temporary Associate Designer.
Job Alert – CBS TV Network is looking or a Director of Communications and Creative Services working out of TV City in LA.
Job Alert – WTKR in Norfolk is on the hunt for a Graphic Artist.
Job Alert – WPRI in Providence needs a Topical promo pro.
Picture this: Well Dunne! Talent’s DENA YASNER and her handsome man were at Toyota Saturday and, on a whim, registered to win a new 2012 Camry. Monday, her phone rings and, wait for it…she’s a finalist. They’re sending her a key and if it fits, which will be shared with the folks at the Cardinals v Steelers game Sunday in Glendale (AZ), Dena will be in need of a new keychain to go with the new wheels. Fingers crossed…
The Mobile Marketing Association has issued some guidelines for apps.
From the Opps Department – ROBERT RODRIGUEZ’s diploma is from FIU, Florida International University down Florida way. My bad. Shout out to SCOTT BROCKMAN who wrangles Hillel down in that neck of the palms.
Think About This: “How would you live if you felt you could trust life fully? If you believed you were totally protected and secure, that forevermore your life would be filled with love and prosperity? Think of how your fears would dissolve, of how totally accepting of yourself and others you would be–it wouldn’t matter if they met your expectations or not. Think of how you would venture forth knowing you would succeed. Think of how your heart would open, of how free you would feel. How free you would be to love. All of this is the treasure that life offers us. We just lack the consciousness to experience it."
–Susan L. Taylor