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March 12, 2013

Mar 11, 2013 by     Comments Off on March 12, 2013    Posted under: Featured

The Bay Area – just thinking about San Francisco and environs is exciting for most people. If you’re CHRIS FARRIS, it’s not only exciting, it’s now home. CHRIS is the new Sr. Writer Producer at NBC Bay Area, working under Brand Manager WES RODDA. In making the move, Chris went from the Atlantic to the Pacific, moving from his slot as Promotion Manager at WBAL in Baltimore. He’s a Kansas grad (a Jayhawk) who has worked his way up in markets like Augusta, Maine and Topeka, Kansas. A California Well Dunne! Chris.

Job Alert – VP On-Air Promotions CBS Television Distribution Santa Monica Job 13862BR

New jobs are so often offered based on the success of the old job. Here’s some great advice on how to make the new job work even better. 



OK, no googling….what five USA TV series are garnering British eyeballs on the other side of the pond? Yeah – who knew.

Think About This: “New beginnings are often disguised as painful endings…”  ~ Lao Tzu


July 20, 2012

Jul 19, 2012 by     Comments Off on July 20, 2012    Posted under: Uncategorized

Here’s the 411 from the NBC station out in San Francisco. Yes, the physical station is in San Jose and not SF proper, but that’s splitting a geographical hair. Taking the top creative job at KNTV, known as NBC Bay Area, is WES RODDA, who had been doing news promotions for the Peacock. Mr. Wes spent time doing topicals at KGO, which IS in SF proper, before heading south to NBC. He cut his promo teeth down in Santa Barbara where he was a videographer and promo producer at both KCOY and KSBY. He’s definitely a California guy. Well Dunne! Wes.


Job Alert – Creative Services Director WCPO Cincinnati

Turner TV Everywhere equals backpack promotion deluxe. 


If you have obstacles in the way right now, it really means that innovation is at your fingertips. 

How will new media impact the fall season is the name of the Medialife article. Check it out. 

Think About This: “If you have knowledge, let others light their candles with it.”  ~  Margaret Fuller