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kenneth.jpg (17796 bytes)radwavinganim2.gif (5422 bytes)logoin.gif (2249 bytes)By 1996, the company's client list was burgeoning.Determined to maintain its high standard of customized service to its clients and unwilling to overload its agents, the company again searched for a lean, hungry, ambitious, good negotiator with an eye for talent and good people skills. Again it lucked out attracting yet another talented young lawyer.This time : Kenneth J. Slotnick
Also a graduate of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City where he was awarded a Juris Doctor degree, Kenneth
had first earned his
B.S.M. degree at the Freeman School of Business at Tulane University in New Orleans.
Almost immediately he
was in step with the company's aggressive career management tradition.He
found a young woman in Spokane, Washington (73rd market) and soon had her
anchoring in Boston (6th market.) A husband and wife he
represented in Lexington, Kentucky (68th market) were soon both working in Washington, D.C. (7th market.) From the 55th market (Fresno, Ca) he
brought a young man to Seattle (12th market) as main sports anchor.He
ushered clients from Associated Press Television and a cable operation (News 12) in Long Island into reporting jobs at Dallas stations (8th market.) He
engineered a leap for one young reporter from Huntsville, Alabama (86th market) into Atlanta, Georgia (10th market!) He
invaded network news territory for his
people by bringing into NBC News a young lady he
found in Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina (30th market.).
Fair and knowledgeable, like all his
other colleagues in the company, he
makes extraordinary deals for his
people and never alienates management in the process.They know not to look for bargains from him but to expect the highest quality of talent.
Born and raised in Philadelphia, he
remains a passionate Eagles fan.He
himself turned down an offer to play soccer for the Big Ten's Northwestern University finding the wind chill in Chicago too daunting.Later, out of law school, Kenneth
practiced entertainment law representing among others a music licensing company and developing his
formidable negotiating skills on behalf of clients in the music, film and television industries.
E-mail Ken at firstname.lastname@example.org