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The now newlywed, who married former Red Sox pitcher Chris Carpenter five months ago, has been promoted to weekday morning co-anchor for WHDH-TV's "Today in New England."And on another TV note, who says the Emmy Awards are only for those guys?
Hartford's Sullivan & Le Shane Public Relations Inc.
has been nominated for a Boston/New England Emmy Award, the only public relations firm in Connecticut to receive a nomination this year.
Three videos, created, filmed and narrated by former WTNH anchor turned Sullivan & Le Shane staffer Jamie Muro, were nominated in the "Video Journalist" category.
The Kirkland bachelor has more than 12 years’ experience in marketing in various roles such as brand and marketing management, digital marketing, analytics and account direction. Despite having a contact with the show the casting process was still tedious.
She found a new job and love when she headed to Boston a few years ago.
Tonight, NBC attempts something completely different with a scripted show, “Siberia” that imitates a reality show.
A group of “contestants” who are actually “B” actors and celebrities in real life, who use their real names in the fake reality show include, actors Joyce Giraud, Johnny Wactor, Esther Anderson, Miljan Milosevic, Irene Yee, Berglind Icey, Sam Dobbins, Sabrina Akhmedova, Natalie Scheetz, Neeko O. Skervin, Victoria Hill, Anne-Marie Mueschke, Daniel Sutton, George Dickson, Tommy Mountain, Harpreet Turka and LA radio personality Jonathon Buckley.
Even though the producers are not on location, they tell the “host” to offer to let the contestants leave if they want to. It’s a new way to make TV—and I’m not sure it’ll work.
NBC Entertainment President Bob Greenblatt made a special note of mentioning the "diversity" of the network's upcoming lineup during its upfront presentation in New York on Monday.
(Scott Collins)--"Superstore," starring America Ferrera ("Ugly Betty") as the supervisor in a big-box megastore with a wacky crew.--"Shades of Blue," starring Jennifer Lopez as a single mother and New York cop who is forced to work with the FBI and must betray her own on-the-job brothers.--"People Are Talking," starring Tone Bell and Mark-Paul Gosselaar in a comedy about two diverse couples.