But before I explain, this is how I came to meet her, as I wrote then at the SBS website ( : In the room, I got a plate and sat down right in front of a television and not far from a young woman who was really all by herself, but near the room’s door; by contrast people were tables far away from the door in groups.
At 24 years old, she’s off to a great start on a promising career that could see her as a national news anchor, a dream she realizes requires years of hard work.
But what Brianna understands, and what we talked about for a time, are the importance of relationships.
In her case, she got her start as an intern at Oakland-based KTVU in 2001 and was helped by (now former) station executive Kenny Wardell, who was also of great assistance to me in opening KTVU’s library for my video crew to use as part of their work on our Super Bowl Bid. Brianna credits Wardell and sports anchor Joe Fonzy for being good friends and teachers.
(brianna keilar cnn anchor) Sara Sidner, Ali Velshi, and Brianna Keilar, all have two things in common: first, they all were at or are will with CNN, and second, I’m acquainted with all of them to various degrees.
It’s fun to see them advance, especially from the standpoint of running my own media business.
But what I also see brings me to say that not one of the three of them realizes how lucky they are or how hard it is to maintain a media business; they don’t have worry about where the money comes from that pays them to do their jobs, they just have to worry about doing their jobs.
By contrast, much of what I do today to make sure Zennie62Media gains revenue started via techniques I created for myself back in 2003. Brianna Keilar At The 2005 NFL Draft I met Brianna Keilar in 2005 when she was working for MTV and reporting on the activities at the 2005 NFL Draft.
That happened to be my first NFL Draft as media, and under my still-current company Sports Business Simulations.
What happened was that, after my attempt to bring the Super Bowl to Oakland, the NFL helped me start my web business via allowing me to cover the NFL Draft.
I have scored a number of new media firsts at the NFL Draft since then, but what I learned overall was that people are interested in people and they go online to learn about them.
It was via interviewing Brianna Keilar that I learned that.