Best TV News Agents for Anchors, Meteorologists and Reporters.
*the average pay raise for TV news people last year was 2%.
*the average salary increase for those we placed in new jobs was 51%.
DCA TALENT IS CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS:
ANCHORS, REPORTERS, SPORTS TALENT AND METEOROLOGISTS
We are TV news agents and talent placement experts. We get better jobs for TV reporters, anchors, meteorologists, sports types and others in TV.
IF YOU HAVE NEVER WORKED IN A TV NEWSROOM, PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT THIS FORM. WE ARE NOT RIGHT FOR YOU. LOOK ELSEWHERE. THANKS.
For consideration, complete the form below or call Steve at 919-868-6088 (but, he will ask you to complete the form, so you might as well do that now). Call any time. We answer the phone nights and weekends. The only times we don't answer are when we are sleeping or eating.
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MOST RECENT CLIENT NEWS & KUDOS!
(NOTE: THIS IS NOT A CLIENT LIST. IT'S SIMPLY RECENT NEWS REGARDING SOME OF OUR CLIENTS.)
Reporter JAS KANG takes a job covering the NBA at Vox Media in Los Angeles.
TREY PAUL, Main Anchor, WPDE-TV, Myrtle Beach. SCOTT FISHER, Chief Meteorologist, KTBC-TV, Austin. Reporter CHENUE HER joins WXIA-TV in Atlanta (from WVEC-TV, Norfolk).
Reporter TIFFANY JUSTICE jumps to KRIV-TV in Houston (from KUTV-TV, Salt Lake). Meteorologist CARLO FALCO moves to weekends at KTBC-TV in Austin (from KOKH-TV, Oklahoma City). Meteorologist GREG POLLAK moves to weekends at News 4 San Antonio and Fox San Antonio (from WNYT-TV, Albany). Meteorologist MATT JONES moves to evenings at Spectrum News in Milwaukee (from KYTV-TV, Springfield). TAMARA SACHARCZYK joins WJAR-TV in Providence as Weekend Morning Anchor (from WWLP-TV, Springfield-Holyoke) Reporter SYDNEY GLENN has accepted a position at KSTU-TV in Salt Lake City (from WPDE-TV, Myrtle Beach). Sports Reporter/Anchor CHIP BRIERRE movs to WJLA-TV in D.C. NICOLE JONES moves to KHOU-TV, Houston, as 5 p.m. Producer (from WNCN-TV, Charlotte). TED NOAH joins WTKR-TV in Norfolk as Traffic Anchor/Reporter. Reporter JERAD GIOTTONINI moves to KTVX-TV in Salt Lake (from WHO-TV, Des Moines). Reporter DARREN BOTELHO takes a job at WFTS-TV in Tampa (from WLOS-TV, Asheville). GEOFF HARRIS makes the wise switch from sports to news and joins WZVN/WBBH-TV in Fort Myers as Reporter/MMJ (from WMDT-TV, Salisbury). ADAM SHADOFF, Weekday Sports Anchor, WOFL-TV, Orlando. DEREK KEVRA, Weekday Meteorologist, WJBK-TV, Detroit. TOM RANDLES, Main Anchor, WSMV, Nashville. ARIELLE ORSUTO moves to KUSA-TV in Denver as Sports Reporter/MMJ (from KWCH-TV, Wichita).
FRANK MALLICOAT, Weekend Anchor, KTVU-TV, San Francisco. JEFF KOLB to Sports Anchor and Reporter at KDFW-TV, Dallas (from KOKI-TV, Tulsa). EMILY JACEKS moves to Producer at KVUE-TV in Austin (from KOB-TV, Albuquerque).
JUSTIN STAPLETON, Weekend Meteorologist, KPRC, Houston. MADELINE ANDERSON, Reporter, WITI-TV, Milwaukee. Meteorologist GRACE LIM moves to weekends at KCPQ-TV in Seattle (from KLAF/KADN-TV, Lafayette). Reporter BRIELLA TOMASSETTI joins WNYW-TV in New York City (from Fios1 News). Sports Reporter/Anchor Matt Finkel makes a huge jump from Hagerstown to Hartford and WVIT-TV. Reporter JOHN CUOCO, WHDH-TV, Boston. KEN SMITH, Traffic Reporter, KVVU-TV, Las Vegas. MYCHAELA BRUNER moves to KTVI-TV in St. Louis as Reporter/Producer (from WPSD, Paducah). CLIENT "X" gets offers from D.C. and Chicago and we use the latter to get him a 28% raise from his current employer. LEVERAGE! SANAZ TAHERNIA leaves KRNV-TV in Reno for San Francisco as Reporter/Anchor at KRON-TV. CURTIS McCLOUD heads south to Spectrum News Orlando as Investigative Reporter (from WJHL-TV in Johnson City). Meteorologist ALEX ALECCI moves to weekends at WTAE-TV in Pittsburgh (from KDLT, Sioux Falls).
EVERY TIME: "IT'S SHOW TIME!"
Once we start sending out your materials, we may get a call or email from a manager who is interested. Many times that manager will ask for you to send what you did in the past three days. That means you had better get in the mindset that every time----"IT'S SHOW TIME!".
Always look your best and do your best to give it 110 percent.
Another reason to think this way is because you never know who may be watching. Perhaps a manager is visiting your city for a day or two. Invariably, they will watch the local news. Moreover, I'm willing to bet that if a manager wants to see what you did last night, they can simply go on your station's web site and see you. If you're on there with a disheveled look and a sloppy performance, that's an opportunity blown.
EVERY TIME: "IT'S SHOW TIME!"