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October 4, 2011

Oct 4, 2011 by     Comments Off on October 4, 2011    Posted under: Uncategorized

Cornell and Harvard grad SUEJIN YANG is now the Vice President of Bravo Digital Media. She’s been over at MTV for the past 10 years, most recently as VP of Product Development for them. Well Dunne! Suejin.


This being October and all, read about how SyFy is spooking up the Big Apple all month long. 


EXCELLENT article about when things go wrong, it’s the boss’ fault and when things go well, it’s the team’s success. Chisel that in stone people and read this .


FOX New York’s creative BRIAN BLUM is on the lookut for a MULTI MEDIA PROMOTION MANAGER

 

DO YOU LOVE SOCIAL MEDIA, MARKETING AND TELEVISION?

 

ARE YOU AN EXPERIENCED PROMO PRODUCER/MANAGER LOOKING FOR A NEW CHALLENGE?

 

FOX TELEVISION STATIONS IN NEW YORK CITY IS LOOKING FOR A

MULTI-MEDIA PROMOTION MANAGER TO JOIN THE CREATIVE SERVICES TEAM!

 

CANDIDATE SHOULD BE A HIGHLY ORGANIZED, SELF-MOTIVATED,  PROMOTION PROFESSIONAL WITH THE ABILITY TO CREATE COMPELLING MARKETING MATERIAL TO GENERATE ENGAGEMENT AND AWARENESS OFF-AIR AND ACROSS ALL SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS FOR NEWS, SYNDICATED PROGRAMMING AND NETWORK PROGRAMMING.

 

IF YOU WANT TO GO BEYOND THE THIRTY SECOND SPOT AND TAKE YOUR PROMO GENIUS OFF-AIR…( AND A LITTLE ON-AIR TOO) WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

 

-Minimum of 3 yrs promotion/marketing experience with traditional, social, guerilla and new media preferably in a top 10 market. 

-AVID editing experience is preferred.

-Must be a self starter who thrives on challenge and can excel with a minimum of supervision.  

-Must possess excellent leadership skills.   

-Strong writing and conceptual ability.

-Strong communication and organizational skills.

-Demonstrated ability to successfully create and execute strategies.

-Related BS/BA degree.


Think About This:  “One of the saddest things in life is man’s propensity to use force to get his way – to use the battering ram instead of the key to open doors. This tendency is the cause of most of our world conflict and most of man’s inner conflicts, which cause most of his physical ills.”   ~  Eric Butterworth