Filed under: Jobs
Among those hiring this week are ARCADIS (intern), Arrowhead Golf Club, Children’s Hospital Colorado, Colorado Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company, Colorado State University College of Business, Denver International Airport, Denver Public Schools, Social Venture Partners Boulder County, Transportation Solutions, the City of Loveland and the Larimer County Clerk and Recorder (Fort Collins).
Filed under: Denver Broncos
Just because someone will let you have a reality show doesn’t mean you should do it. Swimmer Ryan Lochte could make millions if he stayed out of the spotlight except for carefully controlled advertising opportunities. Instead, he’s turning himself into a punchline (but probably still making millions).
And if you haven’t seen this Saturday Night Live Weekend Update segment featuring Seth McFarlane as Lochte, it’s worth the three minutes.
Filed under: Jobs
The Bawmann Group has:
- Added the City of Lincoln, Nebraska’s reEnergize Program as a client (social media/website)
- Hired Richelle Moulin as an account coordinator
- Developed and launched (with Chronos Interactive) a new men’s health website for The Urology Center of Colorado
Filed under: Wins
Orapin Marketing + Public Relations has added four new clients to its roster – Sound Relief Hearing Center, A Touch of Bliss,Inward Fitness and Greenworks Lawn and Leaf. OMPR will provide public relations strategy and counsel and will be responsible for enhancing brand awareness through media relations and expert positioning efforts for each of the small businesses. In addition, The Original Pancake House Denver has renewed its partnership with OMPR to support its social media efforts and promotional events.
104 West has added FlixMaster and SDL as clients. FlixMaster is the developer of an enterprise online video platform and SDL Campaign Management & Analytics works with global brands to predict what customers want and engage with them to improve customer experiences.
Filed under: TV News
In his inaugural (and likely farewell) broadcast, KYFR anchor A.J. Clemente learns that the old adage “Treat every mic as if it is live” is a pretty good one:
UPDATE: And, as expected, KYFR let A.J. go.