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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

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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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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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