Executive producer Angela Malley has joined Early Light Media’s award-winning video production team. Malley’s role will include pitching story ideas, identifying project goals, staffing production crews, managing stakeholders, creating and balancing budgets, implementing a timeline and overseeing all technical aspects.
Malley began her career in television and film production and her work has spanned from numerous short films and television commercials to feature length documentaries, including David France’s critically acclaimed How to Survive a Plague, which in addition to winning several awards, was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Feature Documentary.
Audra Swain has been named the new VP and general manager of Baltimore CBS affiliate WJZ, succeeding Jay Newman who will be retiring at the end of this month after 19 years with the station. Swain most recently worked as general manager of KSNV and KVCW in Las Vegas. Swain’s experience also includes serving as director of sales for WLOS, the ABC affiliate serving Greenville-Spartanburg-Asheville, N.C., and as account executive for WPMT Harrisburg, Pa.
In Mt. Washington, Warschawski announced that it has been retained by Deep Seek, a global intelligence firm to develop positioning, messaging and a new website. Led by global intel leaders, Deep Seek’s team has spent decades working in the highest echelons of military intelligence agencies. Warschawski also announced it has been selected by Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson (JMT), an architectural and engineering consulting firm, to clarify the firm’s strategic brand positioning as the firm continues to grow. Founded in 1971, JMT is an award-winning, 100% employee-owned architectural and engineering company offering a full array of consulting and technology services for public and private projects across the United States. JMT is headquartered in Hunt Valley, with more than 1,500 professionals in 37 offices across the country, according to a release.
— Compiled by Capitol Communicator Baltimore Editor Jeffrey Davis, APR of the Baltimore office of PR and strategic communications firm Van Eperen.