|Healdsburg International Short Film Festival|
|Women In Film: Our Palm Springs Chapter is very active and successful! We launched our|
|"Broken Glass Awards", which first took place on November 7, 2008 at the Hyatt Grand |
Champions honoring Gena Rowlands, Rozene Supple, Donna Mills and Jennifer & Suzanne
Todd of TEAM TODD (Producers; Alice In Wonderland, etc). Our second annual Broken
Glass Awards ceremony took place on March 6, 2010 at the La Quinta Resort to honor four
extraordinary women who have smashed through the glass ceiling, paving the way for others
in the entertainment industry and the arts; Barbara Sinatra, Lindsay Wagner, Gale Anne Hurd
and Denise DuBarry Hay. Honorees for our Third Broken Glass Awards held Friday March 4,
2011 were Suzanne dePasse, Jacqueline Bisset, Della Reese, Helene Galen and Gloria
Greer. Our 2012 Broken Glass Honorees were Kim Waltrip (Producer; Hit and Run),
|Cathy Teal www.firebrand-design.com and I publish the profitable Tribute Journals|
|for the BGAs. Cathy does the design and production and I do the telling and selling |
until the last minute. We both write and edit. Cathy has a classic masters' eye for
art, photography and typography and I have GREAT lists and assertive, energetic
passion for the gig. Lots of experience between the two of us and we love what we
do! Cathy had to add forms up until the deadline! Meaning, we were very successful
in selling lots of ads! Let us show you our portfolios and give you a complimentary
consultation for your special event or charity gala. We can promise you a profit
center with the magazine/tribute journal/programme that we publish for you!
|Blue Moxie Entertainment and Kaswit, Inc. Wrote various materials for Blue Moxie's|
|"Shoot The Hero" feature film and Kaswit's "The Secret to Training the Perfect Dog."|
|Palm Springs International Film Festival|
|Betty McNees, Realtor, First Team Real Estate Palm Springs|
|Palm Desert Chamber of Commerce Golf Cart Parade |
|Palm Springs Life ~ California's Prestige Magazine I was hired to solicit new business;|
|built territory from zero to $500K. I was responsible for selling print advertising into the Desert’|
s only audited, four-color lifestyle city magazine. Categories included all industries including
financial, hospitality, medical, restaurants, art galleries, retail home improvement, jewelry, real
estate, attractions and interior design.
|Launched Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Centre at Antigua, his drug and alcohol|
|rehabilitation facility in the West Indies. Coordinated publicity; booked Today Show, 60 |
Minutes, Time Magazine, and dozens of newspapers, magazines and local TV interviews.
Goal was to attempt to influence the press members to focus on Mr. Clapton's sincere interest
in providing a safe haven for those needing to restart their lives; not on his "Rock-God-ness"!
|HRTS (Hollywood Radio and TV Society)|
|AFI (American Film Institute)|
|ATAS (Academy of TV Arts and Sciences)|
|WIF (Women In Film, Los Angeles)|
|AWRT (American Women in Radio and TV)|
|LAPC (Los Angeles Press Club)|
|ACE (American Cinema Editors) |
|The Hollywood Reporter. I spent six years at the oldest, daily Hollywood trade paper as an|
|advertising manager, coordinating monthly special issues. I opened over twenty new markets |
and published over thirty profitable special reports for very happy film commissioner clients.
Had lots 'o fun, met tons 'o fancy folks and learned lots 'o secrets and magic formulas!
|Other publications where I held a senior sales position: American Film Magazine,|
|Variety’s On Production Magazine, Film & Video Magazine, Image Magazine (for the |
Broadcasting Promotion and Marketing trade group known as BPME/Promax) and EMMY
Magazine, the official publication for members of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
|I had an extraordinarily enlightening stint as the interim Executive Director of The|
|Los Angeles Press Club. In addition to co-publishing their Tribute Journal, I administered |
their budget, created membership-building campaigns, conducted a site-search for a new
headquarters, ran monthly meetings and co-produced two of their annual Southern California
Journalism Awards Dinners. Warren Beatty was our special guest one year!
|That's Spiegel and
Whoopi at BPME
in the early 90's
Public Relations, Sales, Custom Publishing, Marketing Consultation
|. . . will develop, prepare, create and execute a total public relations, media, promotion, marketing and sales program.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Truth and Passion . . .
. . . have been my buzzwords for over twenty years.
I’m a straight-shooter with experience, skills and contacts.
I'll assess the reality of your situation and then carefully design a plan to promote,
advertise and propel your business, product or service to the next level. I’ll
accurately explain how PR works, and doesn’t work. I focus on long-term goals and
write powerful action plans, encompassing big picture vision, and believe public
relations strategies should also consider sales expectations, in addition to creating
industry and consumer buzz. I'll also look at:
How good, effective, necessary is it?
2) The market. Do current trends indicate that what
you have is needed by the target group?
3) How effective is your marketer? That’s me -
Wisdom based on Experience +
Integrity and Common Sense +
Ethics from High Standards +
|Janet L. Spiegel ~ Backgrounder
Scroll down for "formal resume"
|That's Spiegel and
Capt Kirk/Denny Crain at
NATPE in the early 90s