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When it comes to living in the most exciting, ideal US markets, KELLY DONNELL wins. Kelly is trading in the temperate seaside beach-y perfect San Diego for the adventuresome, outdoorsy energy of Denver. He’s the new Creative Services Director of Tribune’s KDVR, Fox in the Mile High City. He’s transitioning for Tribune, which is where he was in San Diego – at the Fox affiliate. The Florida Gator by education really has lived and worked in the best cities: Honolulu, New Orleans, Chicago, NYC, San Francisco and Tucson. Come on…those are fabulous places. He’s a lucky man. And a talented one. A great big Rocky Mountain Well Dunne! Kelly
Remember last December when B&C named Cleveland’s MICKI BYRNES the GM of the year? Well, Ms. Micki did it again and nabbed the GM of the year for the Tegna chain. She’s a former promo pro who is obviously one fab leader at WKYC. Does that give any of you big chains any ideas? No? Why the heck not? Yeah, you know who you are…
The gates of heaven have been swinging wide open of late. Word comes via RONN KILBY that voice talent DOUG PAUL has passed away in the Atlanta area. If you want info on the memorial, etc, please let me know. Doug had a one-of-a-kind sound and you have all heard him on the many promos he did for networks across many decades. God bless you, Doug.
And yes, there was no WOMAN WRITING done yesterday. It was a day without…
Think About This: “Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value.” ~ Albert Einstein
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A long, long time ago, there was a TV series called Ben Casey. Every week, it began with the symbols and the VO intoning ‘Man, Woman, Birth, Death, Infinity’. Today seemed like a Ben Casey Day.
While dealing with a cancer diagnosis, FORREST CARR used his humor to blog about the pain, progress and daily grind of the disease, bringing the reader from laughter to tears with the turn of a phrase. He was a News Director who became an author. He loved sharing his opinions, outlooks, and ideas. Sadly, Forrest left us today, cancer taking yet another talent. Those who read his work or worked with him have all said he will be greatly missed.
SHAD SELBY, who has done TV promo work in Sacramento, has a new little boy so fresh, he still has that adorable little blue hat on. The yet-to-be-named bundle of joy had a rough entry, but after the medicos checked him out in all possible ways, while mom and dad were on pins and needles, the Good To Go words were uttered and, as if on cue from an angel, outside the NICU a rainbow appeared. Well Dunne! Selby fam…all our good thoughts are coming to you.
Down in San Diego, former promo pro RONN KILBY is wrangling the creative video kids for a Boot Camp for video production pros. Check out the details and get yourself going to rake in an early bird discount. Well Dunne! Ronn
Think About This: “Day and night are one. Goodness and badness are one. The beginning and the end of a circle are one.” ~ Heraclitus
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Memphis was pretty wet last time I was through there…but the music and food was great. So why start Monday with a Memphis reference? As an intro to Newport’s WPTY’s new Creative Services Director. Say howdy to JOEL HALPERN, who is already in his office at the ABC affil. Joel is a Memphis College of Art grad who has done his own creative thing vis a vis Joel Halpern Enterprises. He’s got a PR background, an ad background and he’s studied in France, too. Quelle magnifique. And Well Dunne! Joel.
Ronn Kilby is busy. For one, he’s got a new logo and rebrand to his creative endeavor…Ronn Kilby Creative. He’s still in San Diego…still doing some exciting projects with feature films. Well Dunne! Ronn.
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Of course I’m watching the series finale of 24 tonight. And I loved the end of LOST. Thanks for asking.
Think About This: "We must not, in trying to think about how we can make a big difference, ignore the small daily differences we can make which, over time, add up to big differences that we often cannot foresee." ~ Marian Wright-Edelman