Best TV News Agents for Anchors, Meteorologists and Reporters.
WE ESPECIALLY NEED:
REPORTERS of ANY gender!
*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 NOT INTERESTED IN PHYSICIANS, ATTORNEYS, OR OTHER SPECIALISTS!
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.)
ARIELLE ORSUTO, Sports Reporter, KUSA-TV, Denver.
MARC THOMAS is the new Morning Co-Anchor at KMID/KPEJ-TV in the Odessa-Midland market.
CHRIS GILSON, Meteorologist, Spectrum News, Orlando.
ADAM SHADOFF, Weekday Sports Anchor, WOFL-TV, Orlando.
JEFF KOLB, Sports, KDFW, Dallas.
ERIKA MARTIN joins KTTV-TV in Los Angeles as Staff Meteorologist.
MICHELLE MORGAN joins WWL-TV in New Orleans as Weekend Morning Meteorologist (from WRIC-TV, Richmond).
JACLYN SHEARER is now Weekend Meteorologist at WXII-TV in the Greensboro-High Point market.
Brandon Evans is now the Main Anchor at KHBS/KHOG, the Hearst shop in Fort Smith, AR (from Reporter at KOAT-TV, Albuquerque).
NEVILLE MILLER, Weekend Meteorologist, KMBC-TV, Kansas City.
JANE MONREAL, Primary Co-Anchor, WFTX-TV, Fort Myers.
RON BURKE moves to KOAT-TV in Albuquerque where he’ll anchor the 4 p.m. newscast and then do sports at 6 and 10 (from weekends at WPBF-TV in West Palm
KARSEN BUSCHJOST takes his first Main Anchor gig at KMID-TV in the Odessa-Midland market (from Reporter, KRNV-TV, Reno).
CHIP BRIERRE joins The Washington Football Team as Broadcaster / Host.
Meteorologist Brett Anthony takes a Chief gig at KYTX-TV in the Tyler-Longview market (from weekends at KCTV-TV in Kansas City).
SHARON TAZEWELL is now anchoring for Spectrum 1 News Carolina.
LAUREN McDONALD returns home to North Carolina as Morning Co-Anchor for WCCB-TV in Charlotte (from KXRM, Colorado Springs).
LISA WASHINGTON moves to Primary Co-Anchor at WNEP-TV in the Scranton-Wilkes Barre market (from weekends at KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh).
SCOTT CARPENTER makes the wise move from sports to news. He’ll be the new Weekend Morning Anchor at Des Moines powerhouse KCCI-TV (from Sports Anchor, WLTZ-TV, Columbus, GA).
Meteorologist JEFF TANCHAK, Mornings at WOIO-TV in Cleveland.
GABRRIELLE FRANKLIN moves to Political Reporter at KDVR/KWGN-TV in Denver (from WCIA-TV, Champaign).
ALEX ALECCI joins WESH-TV in Orlando as Weekend Meteorologist (from WTAE-TV, Pittsburgh).
NOW THAT I HAVE AN AGENT, I'LL QUIT MY JOB!
Do not quit your job or take any other drastic action without discussing the matter with us first!
We were blind-sided recently by a News Director who called and asked, “Where’s your client? I called her station and they say she’s no longer working there!”.
When we called the client, she said, “I thought it was best for me to take a break for awhile.” She never even mentioned to us she was thinking about quitting.
One really good reason to keep working (even if it's painful) is the old adage "It's easier to get a job when you HAVE a job." When we start sending out a link to your new DCA site, managers will see your Greatest Hits. If they like what they see, they will contact us and say, "Send me what your client did yesterday." If you're no longer working, we won't be able to fulfill that request, and that puts you at a disadvantage (compared to other candidates who are still employed).
You have contracted us to advise you on matters concerning your career. Quitting your job is a serious matter requiring serious thought and deliberation. Don’t try to do it alone. Call us. Talk to us. We’re here to help you. And, please---don’t leave us in the dark.