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Clear Channel Entertainment, the world's largest diversified promoter, producer and presenter of live entertainment properties, seeks senior sponsorship sales and marketing executives to join the growing National Sales and Marketing division to sell music, motorsports, theatrical and sports sponsorships to national advertisers. Candidates must have a minimum of 10 years experience and a proven track record in the sale of major sponsorship packages, developing marketing programs/promotions, as well as a strong national client base. Candidates must possess a dynamic personality and be willing to work in a fun and energetic team environment. Key markets available include Chicago, San Francisco, Detroit among others. Please send cover letter and resume to: email@example.com. EEO.
"Best Damn Sports Show Period" is seeking a Sports Talent Booker. Must have a minimum of three years experience in sports talent booking for a cable television or network sports division or related field. Must be extremely knowledgeable in all aspects of sports and broadcasting. Looking for a team player with superior contacts and ability to work in a high pressure environment. Please send resumes to www.foxcareers.com.
Sports talk radio fuels debate on the airwaves, but is it making much of an impact with advertisers? We'll review the growth of sports talk radio, with an emphasis on key markets such as New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Boston. What syndicated programming has worked best? Who's making gains in local markets? Are sports talk radio hosts becoming marketing stars in their local area, reaching the all-important, male-demo for potential advertisers? Publishing Date: February 16. Closing Date: February 2. Materials Due: February 4.
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Street & Smith’s Specialty Publications, in conjunction with Triumph Books, has re-released the popular 256-page collectible Earnhardt: Because Winning Matters as a luxury hardbound book.
Featuring the original race coverage of Dale Earnhardt’s 97 career victories against Winston Cup competition and 150+ photographs of The Intimidator on and off the track, The Earnhardt Collection is due in stores in February 2004, and priced at $23.95.
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- Hi-gloss Dust Jacket with Gold Foil Lettering
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