She left TV Guide Channel and now works for Telemundo. She will complete her 2nd full week of work today – so she’s still feeling the ins’ and outs’ of the new gig, but overall she’s really excited about the new opportunity.
One of the funniest aspects of her new job is the reaction people have to the news that she works at Telemundo. When I tell people that I work for Google, one of 3 responses usually take place:
- “Wow – that’s so cool. I love Google”
- When did you start there? (In other words – “are you rich”?)
- Oh – my website ranking stinks – can you help me?
With Amy, there is primarily one reaction (or should I say question): “Oh – so do you speak Spanish?”:….
Amy does not speak Spanish, nor does she have to in order to sell advertising. The people who she sells to are primarily based in
*The good news here, is that this market is actually the 2nd (next to, um, Internet/Search):
Congrats to Amy on her new job! I’m very proud of her as leaving a place where she was successful and considered a clear superstar is very tough to do. Felicitaciones Amy!!
Hmmm...sounds like the first step to a relocation to South Florida.
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