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September 27, 2010

Sep 27, 2010 by     Comments Off on September 27, 2010    Posted under: Uncategorized


Job Alert: WRITER/PRODUCER.  If you have the drive and creativity to produce outstanding content across all platforms this may be the job for you.  WLKY, Hearst Television’s CBS Affiliate in Louisville, KY seeks an inventive, versatile, daringly creative writer/producer/editor with solid video production skills.  Candidate will write, produce, light, shoot, direct and edit station image campaigns, daily topical promos, commercials, presentations and public service announcements-but wait there’s more!  If you can write copy that motivates, and develop creative concepts that drop jaws, then get ready to thrive in one of America’s most competitive markets.  Degree preferred. Rush resume and work samples to:  WLKY-TV Creative Services, 1918 Mellwood Avenue, Louisville, KY  40206.  Or email link to drwilliams@hearst.com.

Job Alert: ESPN looking for Associate Manager Sports Management, which is a sales support-related job involving presentation development. Let me know if you want details.

Well Dunne! Talent’s MARK DRISCOLL is up bright and early to grab a flight to to DC. He’s part of RAB’s get-together. He’s on a panel addressing the question “Where Have All The Writers Gone?”.

Adding some bling to the awards shelf are the folks at Calabash Animation. The Chicago based creative endeavor won two silver Telly Awards for work they did for TrixToons – ie, Trix cereal and their silly rabbit. Well Dunne! Wayne Brejcha and Sean Henry!

Did you hear that Mattel is offering a “news anchor” Barbie doll?

Want the cheapest trip to Hollywood ever? Try the Hollywood Walk of Fame 99 cent App the LA Times is offering for your iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Fun fun fun.

Think About This: “Watch your thoughts, for they become words.
Watch your words, for they become actions.
Watch your actions, for they become habits.
Watch your habits, for they become character.
Watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.”
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson