919-868-6088
919-868-6088

Best TV News Agents for Anchors, Meteorologists and Reporters.

FACTOID:

*the average pay raise for TV news people last year was 2%.

*the average salary increase for those we placed in new jobs was 41%.

 

DCA TALENT IS CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS:
ANCHORS, REPORTERS, SPORTS TALENT AND METEOROLOGISTS

 

  • We place 90% of our clients within three months of starting a search.
  • We make a résumé and web page with streaming video for you.  We don't outsource these duties to a third party costing you extra bucks: WE do it.
  • Our average wait time from completion of new page to first nibble is now just one week.
  • We consider EVERYONE, but choose few.
  • The only time we don't answer our phone is when we are sleeping or eating.
  • We offer:      Coaching      Connections      Contract Savvy

We are TV news agents and talent placement experts.  We get better jobs for TV reporters, anchors, meteorologists, sports types and others in TV.

 

For consideration, call Steve at 919-868-6088.  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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Read some of our most recent newsletter to clients.

 

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MOST RECENT CLIENT NEWS & KUDOS!

Meteorologist BRETT ANTHONY moves to weekends at KCTV-TV in Kansas City (from KJRH, Tulsa).

 

Meteorologist MARCY NOVAK, mornings, at KOKH-TV, Oklahoma City.

 

CHERISH LOMBARD moves to Early Evening Anchor at WKRN in Nashville.

 

ASHLEY SMITH joins WXIX in Cincinnati as Staff Meteorologist (from WSIL, Paducah).

 

Meteorologist MATT HOLINER moves to mornings at KRGV in the Harlingen-Weslaco-Brownsville-McAllen market.

 

NOAH BOND, Main Co-Anchor, KOLO-TV, Reno.

 

Aloha, Hawaii!  AVIJAH SCARBROUGH joins the staff at KITV-TV as Reporter.

 

DARRYL HOOD, Main Anchor, WAKA-TV, Montgomery.

 

LUKE NOTESTINE joins one of the premier TV stations in the country, WRAL, in Raleigh.  Luke most recently was a Sports Anchor and Reporter at WLOS-TV, Asheville.  He will be working at WRAL as a Photographer.

 

MONICA HERNANDEZ, Reporter, WFAA-TV, Dallas.

 

Reporter TIFFANY JUSTICE moves to Salt Lake City and KUTV (from KOCO, Oklahoma City).

 

CHRIS HARRIS, Main Sports Guy, WSMV, Nashville.

 

NICK LaFAVE, Main Anchor, WZZM-TV, Grand Rapids.

 

Meteorologist SAMARA COKINOS moves from Weslaco, Texas, to Orlando and WKMG-TV.  Samara will be doing weekend morning weather and producing three days a week.  She will also fill in on weekday morning traffic and other weather shifts.

 

KELLY SULLIVAN joins the reporting staff at WFXT in Boston.

 

ADAM SHADOFF, Weeknight Sports Anchor, WOFL, Orlando.

 

TOM RANDLES, Main Anchor, WSMV, Nashville.

 

FRANK MALLICOAT, Weekend Anchor, KTVU-TV, San Francisco.

 

Meteorologist PAUL WILLIAMS now seen nationwide working for AccuWeather.

 

JEREMY RAUCH, Weekend Sports Anchor, WXIX-TV, Cincinnati.

RACQUEL ASA, Morning Reporter/Anchor, WFTV, Orlando.

Meteorologist JIM LOZNICKA, WGCL, Atlanta.

DEREK KEVRA, Weekday Meteorologist, WJBK-TV, Detroit.

CHRIS STANFORD to Morning Anchor at KOKH-TV, Oklahoma City (from KAKE-TV in Wichita).  Chris is the fourth DCA client currently working at KOKH!

 

 

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FROM OUR CLIENT NEWSLETTER

 

  "NOW THAT WE FILLED THE SLOT, LET'S RUN THE AD."

 

  Although we do scour the web on a regular basis to find jobs, our best leads come directly from managers.  They call us for a variety of reasons, but foremost is the fact that they don't want to be swamped by the hundreds of tapes which would undoubtedly result from posting an ad on the internet.

  By calling us they know they will get only one or two qualified candidates for a position.  That saves them the hassle of sifting through a mountain of reels.

  Once the position is filled, they contact their HR department and say, "The slot is filled.  You can run the ad now."  Such posts are merely vehicles by which the EEO officers fill their files with applications from minority candidates.   

  So, it's true: sometimes an ad is placed AFTER the job is filled.  In fact, this happens all the time.

 

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