‘There’s no place like home for the holidays.’ When you sing this lovely song this year, think of SPENCER ERNST, who is home for the holidays and he’ll be sticking around because he has a job in his hometown. The hometown in question is one shared…St. Louis. Gateway to the West and city of the best baseball team in the world (refrain from contacting me about this truth, please – minds will not be changed) Spencer Ernst is the new Digital Content Producer at Meredith’s CBS affil, KMOV. Yes, the same KMOV where the office window views are the Mississippi, the Gateway Arch, the Old Cathedral and the eastern US horizon. Best in the continental US. (again, save the feedback…) Spencer has been down I-44 in Springfield at KYTV for the past several years, doing wonderful promo work and enjoying the Ozarks. But the job at KMOV is a homecoming, since he was once there managing kmov.com and doing all the social work as Broadcast Assistant. He’s a Mizzou grad and a grad of Lindbergh High as well. If you pay attention at all, you know the importance of the high school… Huge happy holiday Well Dunne! Spencer.
If you haven’t seen the Dunkirk extended trailer shown before Rogue One, you have missed the best trailer seen in perhaps ever. Hunting down the trailer house that did it…they deserve any and all kinds of celebration. For once, the word awesome is appropriate.
Think About This: “Well," said Pooh, "what I like best," and then he had to stop and think. Because although Eating Honey was a very good thing to do, there was a moment just before you began to eat it which was better than when you were, but he didn’t know what it was called.” ~ A.A. Milne, Winnie the Pooh
One of the most tell tale signs of a St. Louis upbringing is the need to ask what high school other St. Louisans went to. No reason for this, but it is a definite tell. So when CSD DAN MCGRANE let me know he was hiring a St. Louis man for the creative services writer producer at KYTV (known as KY3) down Highway 40 in Springfield, the ‘what high school’ gene popped up. So, let’s hear it for SPENCER ERNST, a graduate of Lindburgh High. Sure, sure…he has done much more than grab a sheepskin during his time as a Flyer. He produced his own entertainment news show, which landed him to NSPA Pacemaker Finalist awards. The next thing, he’s in Mizzou’s famous J-school. He’s been at Belo’s KMOV in St. Louis learning the biz and cheering on the Cardinals. Spencer’s going to be a major asset to Dan’s creative gang. Well Dunne! Spencer.
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Job Alert – Promotion and Brand Manager WFTV Orlando, FL
If you are organized, creative, talented, energetic, have great leadership skills and looking to live where the sun shines all year long, then this job is for you.
WFTV is Central Florida’s News Leader, an ABC affiliate and Cox Media Group station serving Orlando-Daytona-Melbourne, a top-20 market, currently has an opening for a Promotion and Brand Manager to join our Creative Services Team.
Successful candidate must be able to effectively lead a dynamic team of producers and graphic artists in the creation of high quality image, topical and sweep spots for a number one news brand. You must also be able to turn news promos that are compelling and relevant to viewers in a deadline-driven, high pressure environment and assist in developing and executing long term marketing and community engagement strategies in a highly competitive market. Position also will be responsible for scheduling daily promos and managing promotional inventory and coordinating and managing station events and strategic partnerships.
Previous position in television promotion management and basic Avid editing skills required.
Please send your resume to: Bob St. Charles Creative Services Director WFTV / WRDQ
Think About This: "He who has a why to live can bear almost any how." ~ Friedrich Nietzsche