Thursday, July 2, 2009

FW: Job Alert Bulletin from the Southern California Broadcasters Association



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Southern California Broadcasters Association

1849 Sawtelle Blvd., #543, Los Angeles, CA  90025


SCBA Job Alert Bulletin

July 2, 2009

Welcome to the SCBA Job Alert Bulletin!

Our SCBA Member Stations  are currently looking for qualified applicants. If you have further questions about the position, please contact the designated contact person located on the position listed.

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PUBLIC FILES/MEMBER STATIONS: Please print off all your job postings from our site for your files.  This will be the only copy available.  We will no longer maintain old files.  Your postings will be deleted per the deadline date you posted.



LaFern Cusack
Director of Community Affairs
Southern California Broadcasters Association

Direct Line: 310-444-1431 Fax: 310-444-1463




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SCBU- Radio Sales Class


Southern California Broadcasters University
SCBU, presented by SCBA's General Sales Managers Council

Dates:  Tuesday's (11 classes) July 7 - Sept. 15, 2009

Time: 6:30 PM - 9:00PM, Evening Classes

Location:  KABC/KLOS Radio, 3321 S. La Cienega Blvd. LA, CA 90016

Cost:  $100 Member Station, $200 Non-Member Station

Click Here For More Info and For Application



Community Events

PIRATES PSA All Stars This fun and informative panel will feature a screening of some of the best PSAs being made right now! See what goes into making a PSA that gets its message across and is creative! From national campaigns to local Emmy award winners, we will have it all for you! You will laugh and you will have your heart warmed. You will also learn about the Women in Film PSA Production Program and find out how to apply to have a PSA made for your organization by Women in Film! You will hear from some of the best in the PSA production field today!
RSVP By July 3rd, Noon at

Heritage Square Museum

Architecture, food and music lovers unite! Kicking off July 16th at 5:00 PM with Grammy-award winning Mariachi Divas, Heritage Square Museum presents free Concerts at the Square. Enjoy free food from local vendors and live entertainment in the loveliest of settings. Concerts at the Square runs three consecutive Thursday evenings. Mariachi Divas won the American Grammy award for their latest CD, Canciones De Amor. Their unique, multi-cultural ensemble represents the true flavor of Los Angeles. The series continues on July 23rd with the Pasadena City College Swing Band, who will play big-band standards, swing favorites, and ballroom classics. The series concludes on July 30th with fiery Latin Jazz and Salsa from the Susie Hansen Latin Band. For more information call 323-225-2700 or visit

National Hemophilia Foundation Hemophilia Walk
Will raise funds to help those affected live better, fuller lives!
Join hundreds of walkers on Saturday October 17, 2009 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and support the Southern California Hemophilia walk.  Money raised will help fund crucial research to find better treatments and cures for hemophilia and help prevent complications through education and advocacy.For more information: Linda Corrente, Executive Director, Hemophilia Foundation of Southern CA Call: 323.821.0159 or 323.525.0440

"THE MISER" Moliere's comic tale of greed, lust... and "American values":
we're still laughing at ourselves, 300 years later.  Moliere's comic tale with a tragic heart about a man whose love for his money is greater than his love for his children.  When an old widower decides to marry off his children against their will, he sets the entire family scheming to steal his fortune.  With forbidden romance in the air and the family treasure buried in the backyard, it's a race to see who will come out on top.  The Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum, 1419 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd. Topanga CA  90290 (midway between Pacific Coast Highway and the Ventura Freeway) For tickets and more information call:(310) 455-3723 or

Sunday, August 9, 2009
Make-A-Wish Foundation of Greater Los Angeles
16th Annual Uncork A Wish Wine Tasting and Auction at the Bel Air Bay Club
Join us for a wonderful afternoon of food and wine tastings, fabulous live and silent auctions, and the opportunity to help us grant children's wishes.  For more info:

Saturday, August 1- September 12, 2009
HomeAid's 18th Annual Project Playhouse
Project Playhouse is moving to the Irvine Spectrum Center
Open House: Saturday, August 1, 2009
Village Tours: Weekends, August 3 - September 12
Live Public Auction and Party: Saturday, September 12

United States Deaf Water Polo (USDWP)
Sean Jackson/2009 Water Polo
United States Deaf Water Polo (USDWP) was founded in 2006 as a result of the predecessor organization, United States Aquatic Association of the Deaf (USAAD) breaking up into two separate organizations to better serve its two main sports - Swimming and Water Polo.  USDWP is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, volunteer-driven organization (Tax ID: 20-5798452) incorporated in the state of California.  Once again we are asking our friends and family to help Sean reach his fundraising goal. The U.S. team athletes need to raise $4,500.00 each, through private donations, from individuals, companies and corporations. Theses monies help cover the cost for equipment, clothing, uniforms, and expenses in Taiwan. The fundraising deadline is fast approaching - please help Sean meet his goal. Please consider a tax-deductible contribution (Tax ID: 20-5798452) of any amount to help support Sean and the rest of the U.S. team. Included in this mailing you will find a donation voucher that you can complete and send in with your donations. Please be sure to include "for Sean Jackson/2009 Water Polo" on the memo of your check. Please mail your tax exempt gift to: Dr. Jordan Eickman, USDWP Director, 18013 Devonshire St. #245, Northridge, CA 91325 For more information be sure to check US Deaf Water Polo website:

Westside Food Bank
Westside Food Bank accepts donations of non-perishable food and other items M-F 7am to 5pm.
Contact Allison Griffith at 310-828-6016 x 12 for more information, to arrange a different drop off time or if you have a perishable food donation. Westside Food Bank's mission is to distribute as much food as possible to local agencies with food assistance programs and to reduce food waste on the Westside of Los Angeles County. As the food bank warehouse for the Westside since 1981, we annually distribute nearly 4 million pounds of food to the food assistance programs of 65 Westside social service agencies. We do not distribute food directly to individuals, only to agencies.



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