Dana Adams brings 25 years of broadcasting experience to the job of consulting.
Adams' skill as a consultant comes from years of broadcasting experience in New York, Los Angeles and Washington DC. She has worked as an NBC network correspondent, an evening news anchor in New York and Los Angeles and as a talent coach for stations across the country.
From Adams’ first on-air job in Palm Springs, California, she quickly moved to Los Angeles where she was a reporter and anchor. From there, Adams went to New York where she worked on the NBC network magazine show “Now, with Tom Brokaw and Katie Couric.” She later covered the OJ Simpson trial for all NBC-owned stations. Adams has also worked in syndication as a correspondent on "EXTRA" and most recently has anchored the evening news in New York on WCBS-TV.
With Dana's extensive on-air experience, there is no one better to help prepare a person to go in front of the camera
Dana was a big star at NBC during the OJ trial.
No one knows the news business inside and out like Dana.
Dana Adams is one of the smartest reporters I’ve ever worked with. She is a pit bull disguised as a movie star. Even at her level it is exceedingly rare to find such an effective blending of all the qualities one wants in a correspondent.
Prior to meeting Dana, I had a general dislike of consultants. She is better than a consultant, in that she is a specialist in her field. She did a terrific job coaching my news staff.
Dana Adams is not only the real deal but she is a big difference maker for our news operation. Dana is hands down the best talent coach we have ever worked with, and she has a very solid stake in the development of our team and the overall success and momentum of our newsroom.
Mark Danon brings 20 years of television news experience to his work as a broadcast consultant.
His personalized approach can quickly prepare any client for any media situation, whether its working in the media, facing the media, or controlling your message within the media.
Mark has a decade of proven success preparing clients for television.
His own on-camera work includes network and local television in New York City and San Francisco, as a news anchor, meteorologist, host, interviewer, sports anchor, and reporter.
Mark's inside knowledge provides clients with the tools and skills necessary to succeed and thrive in today’s rapidly changing media world.