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Cynopsis: Classified Advantage
Good morning. It’s Tuesday, November 20, 2012, and this is your weekly issue of Cynopsis: Classified Advantage!
Read the Classified, Send a Letter
Worried that your resume and cover letter are not being read by the right people, or by anyone? Mix a little old with new and get better results.
One of the most important aspects of any document you send to a prospective employer is the language you use. Is it industry savvy? Are you conveying your information in a professional manner?
Much of the language you need can be found in the original classified. Use their language in your resume and cover letter to get noticed. Even better, find other classifieds for similar positions and incorporate that language too. Now for the hard part, using as much industry lingo as you can, sounding professional, informed and current with the industry, yet not overdoing it. You don’t want your documents to look like a scrabble board of industry terms. Your goal is a cohesive document explaining your qualifications while demonstrating your experience in the field through your use of language.
Continue to email your documents to the address specified within the ad, but also send a hard copy, a letter, to the hiring manager.
There are several ways to find this person’s name and address, the easiest being call the company and ask. Some companies will not give out this information, LinkedIn is your next best bet.
If you can find the hiring manager, great, if not, send the letter to someone fairly high up in the company but in the same office. It’s not as easy to throw away a letter as it is to delete an email. Many times, the person you sent it to will hand it off to the hiring manager.
Once the hiring manager receives your letter, you will stand out because of all the work you did on your resume and cover letter and you sent it in a way far less common than most.
We are always on the look out for more Experts to advise our readers – if you’re a headhunter, job coach, career advisor, etc., and may be interested in contributing to this edition from time to time, please contact me at [email protected].
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Thursday, November 29 || 1:30 – 3:00pm ET
Interactive TV: How to Harness this Ever Changing Platform to Boost Engagement & Revenue
The webinar will show you how you can leverage the power of Interactive TV (ITV) to build consumer viewership – engagement – unprecedented advertiser effectiveness.
Expert speakers include:
Brian McClary, (Manager, Social & Emerging Media) Ford Motor Company
Patricia McDonough (Sr VP, Insights & Analysis) Nielsen
Jeff Siegel (Sr VP, Worldwide Advertising) Rovi
Each of you who work in a creative field should be engaged at all times on something that is a passion project for you. For the purposes of career development it should be something that you can talk about with excitement and plan eventually to show the fruits.
If you play your cards right, it could even be something you are being paid to do this is surely the goal for most of us to be paid to do what we love.
However, many of us have had jobs that demanded very high entry qualifications, a very rigorous portfolio inspection, a super-high standard all around but once we are inside the organization, the regime did not allow for such great work to emerge. The result can be that after a couple of years of this work we don’t have a portfolio strong enough to get our own job back!
So we should be working on a passion project on the side, so that it will be available to provide a future employer with the evidence that we have continued to push the boundaries and display our creative chops. It will show that even though we were working in a conservative environment, we kept on exploring and pushing ourselves so that we are just what a potential new employer is looking for.
I have been looking at the job qualifications for a slew of posted creative positions and they ask for team leadership or writing skills, editing or conceptual or innovation skills. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could refer immediately to your passion project and use the energy you bring to it to exemplify those qualities that the employer is looking for?
In any case when you talk about any gigs or projects you have worked on you should be aware of what your stories are saying about you. You should choose your examples to showcase just what you want to brag about. (Don’t tell the stories of fiascos! Even if they are good stories.)
Show that you are innovative for example by describing, vividly and with pride and excitement, a particular project that showcases your pushing of the envelope. And how great if that project is happening right now so that you are immersed in it and working it through so that the case also demonstrates how you think about it. Talking about your passion project is one of the best ways to illustrate your strengths.
Aside from providing the inspiration for pitching your virtues, your passion project is an opportunity for you to explore new techniques, ideas, tools that you are excited by. You can experiment without a client or manager to interfere. They will work or maybe they won’t but you will learn something and could even get a stellar portfolio piece.
Passion for what you do will take you a long way and be remarkably attractive to employers. So have your passion project always on deck so that yours Is demonstrably genuine.
Michael Pollock is President of Pollock Spark (www.pollockspark.com). He is an Executive Coach and Consultant to Creative and Media professionals. He works with people in film, TV, journalism, advertising, design, marketing, music and the Internet, bringing them the experience, techniques and inspiration to take their businesses and careers to new levels of success.
I’m sort of a middle of the pack kind of guy, how do I brand myself?
There must be some combination of experience and skills that make you special. What you call the middle of the pack guys are actually not the same as each other. I suggest you find some things that you have done that were successful and some projects that you have worked on that you enjoyed and would be interesting to talk about and make a good case for yourself. Everyone has a story about why they are special you just have to find yours. And please stop thinking of yourself as a middle of the pack guy unless you are in the middle because everyone else wants to be near you in which case figure out what it is they like about you and then there you go!
Is there any data concerning if the chances of the first person being interviewed as opposed to the last?
I have not seen anything other than anecdotal data and that is a case of ask 6 people get 8 answers. I guess it doesn’t hurt to follow a weak applicant. I could perhaps make a case that going second or third could be good, before the interviewer gets bored and while she still thinks there is someone perfect for the gig.
It could equally be that if the competition is weak then the bar gets lowered as the day wears on. We have no way of predicting the rhythms of a particular interviewer and how their day is going: when they get hungry, when they get tired, how committed they are to the search.
Nor can we predict the strength of the candidates you follow or precede and who will affect how you stand out. So there are too many variables to predict the best slot; you have to build your case on your strength relative to the others and your ability to project your value. Bottom line is you need to be the strongest candidate and make a good impression.
Michael Pollock is President of Pollock Spark (www.pollockspark.com). He is an Executive Coach and Consultant to Creative and Media professionals.
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JOB OPENING: AD SLS MKTG MGR/Discovery/NY: Dvlp & execute multi-platform ad sls sponsorships; 5+yrs ad agency, media sls/mktg, client mktg exp; prod exp preferred; http://careers.discovery.com/#6742 (11/17)
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JOB OPENING: RSRCH ANALYST/NCC RESEARCH/NYC: Mng rsch and sales department. BA deg req’d as well as media co., syndicate rsrch co. or advertising agency in a research-related position. [email protected] (11/16)
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Los Angeles-based production company, Kids At Play added Mark J. Marraccini as its first Head/Development. In this newly-minted role, Mark will manage the creation and development of original scripted and non-scripted digital, television and film projects. Mark will also oversee series currently in production at Kids At Play.
Programming veteran Susanne Daniels, formerly Head/Programming at The WB Television Network has joined MTV as President/Programming. In her new position, Susanne will oversee all development and programming for the network, encompassing scripted and reality series, news and documentaries, production and talent. Based in Los Angeles, Susanne will report to Van Toffler, President, MTV Music & Logo Group and to Stephen Friedman, President, MTV.
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) named David Michaels, the actor/producer and founder of TV Cares as Senior Executive Director of the Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards. Previously for the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, David served as Co-Chairman of the Daytime Emmy Awards and was on the Board of Governors for 14 years in addition to various other committees.
Rob Marciano was tapped as Co-Anchor for the syndicated magazine show Entertainment Tonight from CBS Television Distribution. Rob will co-anchor the show with Nancy O’Dell starting January 2013. Prior to this new gig, Rob was with CNN News Group where he has been a news and weather anchor since 2003. He had also worked across the CNN Network as a field correspondent and substitute anchor.
Beginning January 8, 2013, MTG Studios (formerly Modern Studios) appoints Jens Eriksson as President/COO. Previously, Jens was with Zodiak Media Group Nordic as COO.
As of November 5, Eva Papoutsakis Smith joined The Weather Company (previously The Weather Channel Companies) as VP/Sales Strategy. In this newly-created role, Eva will manage strategic plan development and will work in tandem with the sales group to develop insights, story and offerings for clients. Based in New York, Eva reports to Eric Hadley, SVP/Sales Strategy and Marketing, TWC.
Content and marketing agency, Radley Studios appointed Greg Neal as Chief Strategy Officer where he will oversee business and creative strategy for the agency encompassing entertainment branding and advertising integration projects.
Jim Bell, the executive producer of the 2012 London Olympics has been named the full-time Executive Producer of NBCUniversal’s coverage of the Olympic Games. Jim will have editorial and creative oversight of NBC’s Games and reports to NBC Sports Group Chairman Mark Lazarus.
Original Productions (OP), behind such series as Deadliest Catch, Ice Road Truckers, Ax Men and more promoted Philip Segal to CEO/Executive Producer and Jeff Conroy was named President/Executive Producer. Philip replaces Thom Beers, who was recently appointed CEO of OP parent company FremantleMedia North America and Original Productions’ Chairman.
Starz Entertainment appointed Michael Vamosy as SVP/Creative Services to supervise the design, development and implementation of all creative content to support the company’s programming, marketing, and sales strategies including STARZ Original series. Michael will be based at company headquarters in Englewood, CO.
Christopher Herbert was added at The Weather Company as VP/Strategy and Product Operations for the company’s digital unit. Previously, Christopher worked with Bloomberg Media where he was head of special projects. In his new role at TWC, he will oversee strategy development and execution for the product business including weather.com, mobile and tablet apps as well as Weather Underground. Christopher will report to Cameron Clayton, President/Digital.
Effective December 1, NBC Today show Senior Broadcast Producer Don Nash will advance to Executive Producer of the morning show. Steve Capus, President, NBC News made the announcement yesterday. In this role, Don succeeds former Today EP Jim Bell who was named EP of NBCUniversal’s Olympic Coverage. Don will report to Alexandra Wallace who has been named Executive in Charge of the Today show and she continues to report to Steve Capus.
Patrick Vogt has been appointed President of The Weather Company’s (TWC) International Division. Patrick joined the company earlier last summer when TWC acquired Weather Central where he served as CEO. In his new capacity, Patrick will head all international business including TWC’s digital and professional products and services. All sales, marketing and operational units within the international regions will report to him. Patrick will be based at TWC’s London office reporting to TWC Chairman/CEO David Kenny.
Vancouver-based Rainmaker Entertainment Inc. named Michael Hefferon as President/Executive Producer. The announcement was made by Craig Graham, the newly appointed Chairman/CEO of the CGI animation production studio.
Effective immediately, NBCUniversal unveiled several new roles within the company’s ad sales organization. Dan Lovinger, EVP/Advertising Sales and Integrated Marketing for Telemundo Media was promoted to EVP/Cable Ad Sales, NBCUniversal. Dan will add sales management of several additional cable networks to his current duties. Mark Miller, SVP/Ad Sales for USA and Syfy has been upped to EVP/Ad Sales, NBCUniversal News Group. Peter Naylor, EVP/Digital Media Sales has been named EVP/Ad Sales, NBC News Digital. Trish Frohman joins as EVP/Ad Sales Strategy and Alison Tarrant also joins in the newly-created role as EVP/Client Solutions for NBCU’s Cable Entertainment networks. All five executives will report to Linda Yaccarino, President/Ad Sales, NBCUniversal.
Zodiak Rights, the international unit of Zodiak Media revealed a new management structure to its London and Paris based distribution businesses. The structure will have five divisions: Non-Scripted Programming, Scripted Programming, Kids, Digital & Publishing and Clips. Beginning January 1, 2013 all Non-Scripted Programming will be sold out of London and all Scripted projects sold out of Paris with all other divisions based out of London. As a result of the restructure, Jane Millichip, Managing Director Zodiak Rights London has opted to exit the company at the end of January 2013. Zodiak Rights is currently in the recruiting phase for a new non-scripted division head and will announce the new hire soon. Furthermore, Zodiak Rights created a new role of COO and has appointed Sara Wookey to the position.
CMT hired television industry veteran Joe Livecchi in the newly-created position of SVP/Development. Joe will have responsibility over multiple development teams in addition to all external and third party productions. Joe will be based at the Viacom Media Network headquarters in New York and will report to Jayson Dinsmore, EVP/Development and Programming, CMT. CMT’s West Coast development team comprised of Claire McCabe, Melanie Moreau and Eliot Goldberg will report to Joe Livecchi.
The Sponsorship Group for Public Television (SGPTV), sales organization for PBS programming added Brian Granath as National Sponsorship Director. Brian will be based at SGPTV’s New York office.
Later — John
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