This and that…starting with a Well Dunne! going to Z Space Creative’s GLENN ANDERSON and ANTHONY FERGUSON, whose work for Cox’s WFTV in Orlando garnered all involved a recent Suncoast Emmy. The WFTV set was a Z Creative work. Niiiice. They worked with WFTV News Director MATT PARCELL. Big thanks to KATHRYN MOSHER-BOULE for the info.
If you feel generous, a fund has been set up for WILL HARRIS’ family’s expenses. Will passed away this week and it’s a wonderful way to remember him.
Job Alert – Commercial Producer WCVB Boston
Job Alert – Sr. Graphic Artist Fox TV LA
Job Alert – Marketing Producer WBTV Charlotte
Job Alert – Motion Graphic Designer WCSC Charleston SC
Think About This: “Charity is that with which no man is lost, and without which no man is saved.”
~ St. Robert Bellarmine
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Hiring two creative people in one month…that’s amazing in today’s media market, but it’s exactly what happened at Cox’s ABC afil WFTV in Orlando. The Creative Services Dept grew when they grabbed ERIKA RICHARDSON out of the newsroom to do the night side topical producing. Excellent. And they added CHRIS CRABTREE to be Promotion Producer. He makes the switch from Orlando’s FOX affiliate. Both were on board for Sweeps. Thanks to Promotion Manager ERIN MARTIN for the update. Well Dunne! Everybody.
In Times Square and need wifi? Thank Yahoo for it. Hey, what ever happened to the idea of having entire cities offering wifi? Loved that concept.
Well Dunne! Talent’s MITCH PHILLIPS has a new website and it’s smokin’. VERY nice. You should check it out. Yeah, that’s Mitch who keeps saying ‘Poppa’s in the house” on those Poppa John’s Pizza spots that seem to run all the time.
Think About this: "It’s been proven that the only effective way to deal with fear is to walk through it, through the pain that accompanies doing something you’re afraid to do. It takes courage to fulfill your commitments, courage to stay on track, courage to follow your dreams, courage to reach your goals, and courage to walk through your fear. Remember, reaching goals is not so much about doing big things when the feeling hits you; it’s more about doing little things every day that move you toward your dream. It’s about staying steady and on course." ~ Francine Ward