Michael is an experienced Anchor-Reporter-MMJ who is available now. Check out his full profile in the CT Talent Gallery.
3 KINGS ENTERTAINMENT (“3KE”), a BLUE EQUITY SPORTS TELEVISION (“BEST”) company is pleased to announce the following job placements:
CHRIS MILES joins the Turner Sports family as a Studio Host for NBA TV “GameTime” in Atlanta and continues as a sports anchor and host for NBC Sports Washington, DC. CASEY KEIRNAN joins the CBS Sports Digital team as an Anchor/Host in Fort Lauderdale. MIKE GALANOS signs a new multi-year contract as HLN Host based at CNN Center’s world headquarters in Atlanta. MIKE BERMAN signs a new long-term contract as Sports Anchor at NBC O&O WMAQ-TV in Chicago. GARY STRIEWSKI former NESN host and Boston Red Sox sideline reporter joins 3KE, a BLUE EQUITY SPORTS TELEVISION company as a client and continues as co-host of Tribune Broadcasting’s syndicated show “Morning Dose.” FRANCESCA AMIKER joins 3KE, a BLUE EQUITY SPORTS TELEVISION company as a new client and moves back to her hometown for the newly created position of Entertainment Anchor/Correspondent for WXIA’s “Morning Rush” MIKE MASSARO a former racing analyst at ESPN, and with NBC Sports joins 3KE, a BLUE EQUITY SPORTS TELEVISION company as a new client. And there's more! Check out all of 3 kings client news here.
Emily is an Award winning Anchor-Reporter and she’s available now! She also has the full complement of MMJ skills. You can view her full profile in the CT Talent Gallery.
Semone is available! She spent fifteen years as an Anchor and Reporter in Columbus, GA, while her two girls grew-up, graduated and moved-on. Then, she took a little "me time", and now she's ready to get back to work! Represented by Steve Swienckowski at DCA Talent, you can view her full profile in the CT Talent Gallery.
Patrick is poised and confident in live and breaking news scenarios, and he excels in researching and reporting hard news feature stories. Represented by Mike Bothwell at Napoli Management, you can view his full profile in the CT Talent Gallery.
In the last few days we’ve seen news directors, reporters and others in local news who go on and on about how important the First Amendment is and then tweet that they won’t watch Pro Football anymore because of the “Knee Thing.” We see stations covering the “Knee Thing” as news and leave it at that. And then, we see people like WFAA’s Dale Hansen. Call it old school, but hIs commentary speaks for itself.