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Ann Carlsen — Carlsen Resources

Ann Carlsen is founder & CEO of Carlsen Resources Inc. (CRI), an exec­u­tive search and work­force plan­ning firm which oper­ates with­in the glob­al media telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions indus­tries. CRI is a lead­ing exec­u­tive search firm which uses strate­gic think­ing and inno­va­tion to attract the best exec­u­tives and high lev­el man­age­ment for some of the most well-known media and telecom­mu­ni­ca­tions com­pa­nies, includ­ing Rain­bow Media, NBC, Dis­cov­ery Net­works, ABC, Time Warn­er and Google. After get­ting a degree in jour­nal­ism and busi­ness from the Uni­ver­si­ty of Col­orado, Carlsen’s pro­fes­sion­al career began as a door to door sales per­son with the com­mu­ni­ca­tions con­sult­ing ser­vices firm Unit­ed Cable Com­pa­ny. Using her expe­ri­ence with that com­pa­ny she got a sales and mar­ket­ing job with Cardiff Publishing’s Cable Tele­vi­sion Busi­ness mag­a­zine. In 1984 Ann was employed with the ven­ture cap­i­tal firm Busi­ness Ven­ture Invest­ments, and it was while she was employed at this com­pa­ny that she devel­oped her busi­ness and entre­pre­neur­ial skills. Her sub­se­quent role as Vice Pres­i­dent at Win­ston Man­age­ment Group made her realise how much she loved exec­u­tive search, and she used this pas­sion to estab­lish her own exec­u­tive search com­pa­ny Future Sense, Inc., which changed to Carlsen Resources Inc. Carlsen is a very high­ly regard­ed leader…

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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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Find the Perfect Media Sales Job in 5 Simple Steps

Find­ing a media sales job might not be the eas­i­est task to approach these days, but for some peo­ple it can mean the dif­fer­ence between putting food on the table and hav­ing to resort to eat­ing at the fam­i­ly home. Media sales jobs are an excit­ing avenue of work to ven­ture down, and also seem to be stand­ing fast against the fad­ing econ­o­my. What if find­ing a media sales job was as easy as 1–2‑3? Well how about as easy as 1–2‑3–4‑5? Below are 5 steps to find­ing the per­fect media sales job for you. Accord­ing to Mary Eliz­a­beth Brad­ford, a writer for Ezine Arti­cles, it is com­plete­ly viable to land numer­ous inter­views, media sales job ori­en­tat­ed or oth­er­wise, even with the cur­rent state of the econ­o­my. There are a few inter­est­ing points to note in the arti­cle that have been rep­re­sent­ed below. Net­work. Speak to peo­ple in the media sales job posi­tions that you favor, and get their input on how to approach the indus­try. Allow­ing them to tell their sto­ry of how they land­ed their media sales job could either give you the answers you were look­ing for, or could be a way towards ven­tur­ing to ask them…

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5 Actions you must take to get the Media Sales Job you want

Media sales jobs are an extreme­ly lucra­tive avenue to ven­ture along in terms of employ­ment rewards and job sat­is­fac­tion guar­an­tee. The num­ber of media sales jobs that are avail­able are also on the increase, due to the grow­ing pop­u­lar­i­ty of the media indus­try. With the pop­u­lar­i­ty of media on the rise, so too are the amount of poten­tial media sales job employ­ment seek­ers. The com­pe­ti­tion is fierce on it’s own, but with the ris­ing dif­fi­cul­ty in get­ting or main­tain­ing a sta­ble media sales job posi­tion in this econ­o­my, one needs to be very well equipped with the right infor­ma­tion to be able to land a media sales job. Even in this eco­nom­ic down­turn, some recruiters still can­not find what they are look­ing for, as per an arti­cle writ­ten for Media Bistro. Below are 5 actions that you should take that will increase your chances of get­ting the media sales job that you are look­ing for. The first piece of advice that can be offered is to eval­u­ate your approach to your search for a media sales job, do not appear des­per­ate for a job. Don’t appear as though you are unem­ployed and will­ing to take any­thing you can get. This…

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