Warner Bros. Domestic Television has hired me on several occasions to write sales copy for their vast library of movies and TV shows. My task: to sum up the key selling-points and story in as few words as possible.
Radio is so much fun to write. I believe humor's the best way for clients to cut through the noise and get their message heard. If you can make people laugh, you can make them listen.
My humor essays have been published in the Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Newsweek, Country and the Portsmouth Herald. I love connecting with readers by telling true stories with a funny spin.
Paramount Domestic Television became part of the CBS family several years ago. But no matter what the company calls itself, it will always be home to me. I worked on staff in L.A., and have freelanced for them -- promoting shows like "Entertainment Tonight" and the "Star Trek" film/TV franchise -- throughout my career. Here's a variety pack of print copy I've written for Paramount films and CBS series...
Here's a sampling of on-air and print copy I've written for a variety of clients, like the Discovery Channel, AT&T, Sony, newspapers, healthcare, short features and media alerts.
But enough about me...what about you?
Words have impact. A well-written piece can entertain, inspire and motivate your target audience. Let's talk about your needs and how I can help you get where you want to go.