MA Residents: This Former TV News Anchor Can Help Your Business
Back in the days when I resided in eastern Connecticut, we were able to check out the local news from our neighbors in Rhode Island. I have lifelong friendships with Sports anchor Ken Bell and meteorologist Steve Cascione (who have since retired) as we still communicate via social media. In 2002, I decided to check out WLNE's (ABC 6) morning news and a talented young lady graced the small screen. I instantly saw her talent. She is an alumnus of Boston University with a masters degree in journalism. After her departure from Providence in 2007, which saddened me, she returned to her home base of San Francisco, California and became an investigative reporter for the city's NBC affiliate. Recently, she took her journalism skills and has manned a media business for the past 4 years. On a personal note, I am SO glad we re-connected as a lifelong friendship has been benchmarked in more ways than one.
We introduce you to Elyce Kirchner who took her skills from television and has the coveted title of media coach and strategist for Timeline Media Group. This project is a joint venture with her loyal and true cameraman, Jeff Clayton as his photographic skills and her on-camera presence as an investigative reporter accented the Bay area's NBC affiliate's airwaves. Her main goal in this venture is to assist in furthering your place of employment.
Her journalistic savvy paved the way for this successful opportunity which not only serves her home state, but branches out all across the globe as her growing list of contacts continues to flourish as she is ready to assist you on future projects that can enhance your workplace. You can get an idea of what this company is all about by logging on to their web site.
Elyce reveals questions to clients most likely to be asked and then helps them formulate compelling quotes, sound bites, and company messaging. She loves empowering clients to engage in a chess match that is journalism. Long before any media interaction, she assists groups in figuring things out regarding the story that needs to be told and accents how to make a presentation that gets people to listen and pay attention.
You can get acquainted with Elyce as she will be my special guest on "Let's Talk" on Monday morning at 9:05. Tune in to 860 AM, 94.1FM, LIVE on line by going here, via the FREE WSBS app and on your Smart Speaker devices.
(Photo images of Elyce Kirchner were exclusively obtained by her personal approval and permission from various social media outlets)