Filed under: TV News
KWGN infotainment reporter Chris Parente has trouble keeping his movies straight.
Filed under: Pro Bono
DStreet PR announced a pro-bono partnership with the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Huntington’s Disease Society of America (HDSA). DStreet will garner media exposure for the organization and enhance its ability to increase awareness and funds for the charity.
Founded in 1968 by Marjorie Guthrie, the wife of legendary folk musician Woody Guthrie, who lost his own battle with Huntington’s at age 55, the HDSA is dedicated to improving the lives of people affected by the disease. Huntington’s Disease is a genetic neurodegenerative disorder that affects muscle coordination and leads to cognitive and physical decline. There is no known cure for the disease.
Filed under: Jobs
Amélie Company has added Sean Eno as Account Coordinator and Andy Hellmuth as Project Manager & Producer. Eno joins Amelie from Cactus, and Hellmuth’s previous experience includes BuyMyTronics.com and MastCheck.
Filed under: Denver Post
Former CBS4 anchor Molly Hughes has been named director of Denver Post TV, the newspaper’s online video platform. Hughes has spent the past several years as a speech and media coach, and her role at Denver Post TV will include “helping newspaper folks improve their on-air presence,” according to Post editor Greg Moore.
Filed under: Public Relations
R&R Partners, whose offices include Denver, has moved into the Latin America market by acquiring a stake in CMV, a full-service agency based in Mexico City.
“The Denver office of R&R is pleased to be part of an international agency that will offer clients an authentic Hispanic vision and voice and as we help navigate them through an increasingly globalized economy, said Sean Tonner, president of Denver’s R&R office. “It is crucial for communications and government affairs firms to not only be culturally competent but also have a keen understanding of global and foreign affairs—R&R has a proven track record in delivering on all fronts.”