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Tony Filson — Filcro Media Staffing

Tony Fil­son is Pres­i­dent & CEO at Fil­cro Media Staffing, a recruit­ment com­pa­ny estab­lished in 1985 which deals with the high­ly spe­cial­ized staffing con­cerns of com­pa­nies with­in the pub­lic and pri­vate media broad­cast­ing indus­tries. Recruit­ing from man­ag­er to C lev­el posi­tions, the com­pa­ny has worked with a long list of clients, includ­ing FedEx, Inno­v­a­tive Com­mu­ni­ca­tions Cor­po­ra­tion, Dis­cov­ery Com­mu­ni­ca­tions, Stu­dio 360, The Walt Dis­ney Com­pa­ny, Sony Music, Uni­vi­sion, HBO, Via­com, ABC, Com­cast, ChaCha, Bet Net­works, The Home Shop­ping Net­work, WNYC, AT&T, Pru­den­tial, MetLife, Com­e­dy Cen­tral and Time Warn­er. Long term alliances with Fil­cro Media Staffing include the employ­ment lia­bil­i­ty com­pa­ny Mer­cer Con­sult­ing, the clas­si­fied, dis­play and dig­i­tal adver­tis­ing com­pa­ny P&H adver­tis­ing and the gov­ern­ment sys­tems and infor­ma­tion resources firm White Knight Inc. Fil­cro Media Staffing helps to iden­ti­fy and recruit media exec­u­tives with­in a diverse range of nation­al and inter­na­tion­al mar­kets in the tech­ni­cal, busi­ness and cre­ative sec­tors, with the firm func­tion­ing across the US, Europe, South Amer­i­ca, The Mid­dle East, Africa and Asia. The firm’s recruit­ment oper­a­tions span TV, cable and satel­lite net­works, adver­tis­ing agen­cies, broad­band providers, OEM’s, gov­ern­ment bod­ies, pub­lic broad­cast­ers, dig­i­tal con­tent providers, telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions com­pa­nies, pub­lish­ers and film stu­dios. When posi­tions arise in com­pa­nies with­in these mar­kets, Tony…

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ABC and Univision Becomes News Duo

ABC and Univision Becomes

An agree­ment finalised by news giant ABC and US Span­ish lan­guage TV net­work Uni­vi­sion last week will see the first 24-hour Eng­lish news chan­nel to direct­ly cater for America’s fast-grow­ing His­pan­ic audi­ence. Talks between ABC and Uni­vi­sion began in ear­ly 2012, and in May the net­works offi­cial­ly announced the part­ner­ship with a press release. The move seems to be tak­ing advan­tage of the fast increas­ing US His­pan­ic pop­u­la­tion, which is cur­rent­ly at 16% and expect­ed to reach 30% by 2050. The His­pan­ic Con­nec­tion This part­ner­ship mix­es the best of both worlds; ABC is the biggest broad­cast­er in the world in terms of rev­enue, and a pow­er­ful news brand with award win­ning cov­er­age, while Uni­vi­sion has been a lead­ing His­pan­ic media provider for decades. So, the extent of ABC’s reach and the cul­tur­al exper­tise of Uni­vi­sion is a cause for much opti­mism with­in America’s His­pan­ic pop­u­la­tion. This yet to be named part­ner­ship will be an Eng­lish-spo­ken 24-hour news net­work that focuss­es on sto­ries rel­e­vant to the His­pan­ic com­mu­ni­ty, giv­ing this fastest-grow­ing US demo­graph­ic their first ded­i­cat­ed news ser­vice with­out alien­at­ing the rest of the pop­u­la­tion thanks to full Eng­lish con­tent. His­pan­ics will have access to cul­tur­al­ly rel­e­vant news and var­i­ous oth­er…

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Top 5 Media Sales Job Employment Sites

The reces­sion has hit, and numer­ous news­pa­pers and media com­pa­nies have closed down or are due to close down. Media sales jobs and oth­er media jobs with news­pa­pers and writ­ten pub­li­ca­tions have extra pres­sure being placed on them with the com­mon thread in most thoughts being that the news­pa­pers has a finite lifes­pan. Media sales jobs are chang­ing shape and are tak­ing their places in the online com­mu­ni­ty, along with many oth­er media jobs. How does this affect you, the media sales job hunter? Accord­ing to internetnews.com, if you are set to search through writ­ten pub­li­ca­tions to find your media sales job, then you might not find what you are look­ing for. Being that media sales jobs are now turn­ing towards the vir­tu­al world, it would make sense to search for them online. There are numer­ous online resources that can offer you a num­ber of options in terms of media sales job avail­abil­i­ty as well as diver­si­ty. Here are a few options that can offer you advice in media sales job search­es, as well as job oppor­tu­ni­ties: Adver­tis­ing Cross­ing – www.advertisingcrossing.com – Their mis­sion is to search for every avail­able media sales job out of 8000 job boards and offer…

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New Media Jobs — The answer to making money during the recession

New media jobs appear to be the way for­ward in this reces­sion we are cur­rent­ly expe­ri­enc­ing. The media indus­try, although being hit hard as oth­er indus­tries have been, forc­ing news­pa­pers such as the Rocky Moun­tain News and mag­a­zines such as Are­na to close down, is mak­ing a come­back with new media jobs. New media jobs are not exact­ly new to the media world, but when you think of the tra­di­tion­al media jobs and back­grounds, they are new by this com­par­i­son. New media jobs encom­pass every­thing dig­i­tal, every­thing that is based online, reach­ing towards tele­vi­sion and video and all the tech­no­log­i­cal know how that goes with them. New media jobs are basi­cal­ly all that is not tra­di­tion­al media such as news­pa­pers and mag­a­zines and print media. With no costs for pub­lish­ing or dis­tri­b­u­tion, new media jobs are on the rise in pop­u­lar­i­ty and avail­abil­i­ty. More increas­es can be seen in the amount of users who are turn­ing to online resources instead of buy­ing the local paper, keep­ing new media jobs active. This is obvi­ous­ly prov­ing detri­men­tal to print net­works, but the vir­tu­al world is reap­ing the ben­e­fits, as are new media jobs and the lucky peo­ple who have them. It makes…

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