Wednesday, January 26, 2005

Zach Lee Update

Hello everyone,

I thought it was about time I stopped in and gave an update, although it was already listed in the fantastic Dick Nelson publication, KUJH alumni newsletter #4.

I have moved to Los Angeles as of 10 days ago, and it has been pretty hectic to say the very least. As Dick reported, I began doing freelance production, but I have garnered interest from a few post production and entertainment advertising companies here in town. I am beginning a trial run, which is a precursor to full time work, with a company called Creative Domain. They do everything under the sun when it comes to film and television advertising. I would be working in a brand new division of dvd production, creating featurettes, outtakes, and special scenes for both movie and tv dvds. Like I said, it is still in the preliminary stages, but I'm incredibly excited about it, and my future opportunities here in la la land.

Drop me a line whenever you have a sed, and let me know how things are going.

Oh, and I have no plans to get married in the near future. Thought that warranted mention based on the recent history of

Zachary Lee
May 2003

Tuesday, January 18, 2005

Job Openings

Editor's Note: Michelle Tuckner sent out the e-mail below. Most of you probably got it, but here it is in case anybody is looking for a job.


More Job Openings --

If anyone is looking to move, my station has 3
openings in news: a reporter, producer, and
photographer. There's more info on our website WBAY, the ABC affiliate in Green Bay,
WI. Feel free to e-mail me if you're interested.

Also, if anyone knows of any sports reporter or
weekend anchor openings in Top 35 markets, could you
drop me a line? It's slow now since the season is
over, just waiting to see if Favre will return or
retire :-)

Take care,
Michelle Tuckner
Sports Reporter

Saturday, January 15, 2005

New programming on KUJH-TV

KUJH-TV is now carrying programming from the Research Channel. Self-described as "the C-SPAN of scientific and medical research," the Research Channel is is a consortium of research universities and corporate research divisions "dedicated to broadening the access to and appreciation... of activities, ideas, and opportunities in basic and applied research." For more information, visit the Research Channel Web site,


Thursday, January 13, 2005

New Alumni Newsletter

Dick has returned with another Alumni newsletter that can be accessed by clicking on the link on the left side of your screen or by clicking here.

I'm sure it's good reading so enjoy.


Friday, January 07, 2005