Wendy Brickman, owner of Brickman Marketing, will be launching the “Brickman Banter Show” on AMP Media beginning Thursday, July 7th at 9:00 p.m. on Amp2. Subsequent replays will be on Fridays at 2 pm at AMP 2 and on 5:00 pm on Tuesdays on AMP 1. The one-hour show will feature two 30-minute in-depth interviews with community leaders and entrepreneurs.
With an M.A. Degree in Broadcast Journalism from USC, Wendy was previously one of the hosts of the “Your Town” show for five years and is happy to be going back on television. She remarks, “I have had the honor to meet and work with hundreds of fascinating people on the Monterey Peninsula. Through the Brickman Banter Show, I look forward to sharing their knowledge and passion with all of the viewers and through URL links online after the show is recorded.”
The first show on Thursday, July 7th will feature interviews with Mary Alice Cerrito Fettis, President, Monterey’s Fisherman’s Wharf Association and Marion Gellatly, President of Powerful Presence.
About Wendy Brickman
Wendy Brickman, President of Brickman Marketing, moved from Los Angeles to Monterey and established Brickman Marketing in October, 1990. Since launching her award-winning firm, she has worked with hundreds of non-profit and for-profit organizations locally and throughout the United States and Canada. Wendy has an extensive background in the areas of marketing, publicity, advertising, social media campaigns, events, and market research. She worked in the management training film area for over seven years and held management positions in the home video industry for several years at Paramount Home Video, Media Home Entertainment and Pacific Arts Video. She also held marketing management positions for Salenger Films.
She holds an M.B.A. in Marketing/Management from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, an M.A. in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Southern California, also in Los Angeles, and a B.A. in English from the University of California at Berkeley. She is a graduate of Leadership Monterey Peninsula and the Leadership Santa Cruz County. She is the is the winner of four Business Excellence Awards (2010, 2007, 2003, 1998) from the Monterey Peninsula Chamber of Commerce and a 1999 Small Business Advocate of the Year Award from the California Chamber of Commerce and a 1999 Robert C. Littlefield Award from the Monterey Peninsula Chamber of Commerce. Wendy was selected as the 2008 Woman of the Year by the Professional Women's Network of the Monterey Peninsula, and as one of the Top Women in Monterey County in 2009 by the Monterey County Commission on the Status of Women.
She has served on numerous Boards of Directors, including the Monterey Peninsula Chamber of Commerce, Monterey County Fair Heritage Foundation, Monterey County Workforce Investment Board, Development Executives Network, Professional Women’s Network, Shelter Outreach Plus, Monterey History and Art Association, National Football Foundation, Monterey Celtic Arts Academy and USC Alumni Association of the Monterey Peninsula.
About AMP Media
Founded in 1998, Access Monterey Peninsula (AMP) Media is the community media organization for Monterey County, providing professional video production and online video on demand on www.ampmedia.org. AMP is a community not-for-profit media broadcast organization, funded in part by local communities including the City of Monterey, City of Marina and City of Seaside to provide television broadcast and production services to public, educational, and government organizations. AMP operates several channels, AMP 1 is available on Channel 24 on Comcast and Channel 99 on AT&T UVerse” and AMP2 is available on Channel 27 and Channel 27 on AT&T Uverse. AMP delivers diverse community oriented programs, such as public access television, government affairs programming, and a community information channel. Programs aired range from music, art, plays, movies, speeches, documentaries, instructional videos, health, opinion, travel, Church sermons and sports.
AMP also offers free use of studio, camcorders and video editing systems to active producer-members who have completed training courses. All producers volunteer or pay regular dues to AMP in return for access to facilities and equipment.