Mike Huckman

Revolving Door (1)

Who's coming and who's going. Tell us about your job move! Receive the Revolving Door Newsletter with expert analysis by email twice a week.
Access to listings older than 7 days requires AvantGuild membership, please log in or join now.

Related Content (1)

Articles, transcripts, and more, available exclusively to AvantGuild members.

Revolving Door Newsletter: 04.13.10
Conan Signs With TBS; NYT Expands With New Bureaus

Sightings (11)

Spotted around the media universe

Tips for Journalists-Turned-Publicists, From Other Publicists - Posted November 7, 2011
After MSLGroup SVP Mike Huckman offered up his five tips for journalists making the transition to PR, we thought we'd open up the forum to others. After all, there are plenty of reporters making the switch and, as we've seen ... [PRNewser]

Former CNBC Correspondent on Making the Move from News to PR - Posted October 11, 2011
After 8 years at CNBC and nearly 27 years working in news, Mike Huckman left the media business last spring for a job in PR. Now, a year and a half later, Huckman, SVP and director of media strategy at MSLGroup, offers advice for other trans... [TVNewser]

Five Things To Prepare For As You Move from Journalist to Publicist - Posted October 11, 2011
The move from journalist to publicist is a common, but dramatic one. Although PR pros and reporters have a symbiotic relationship, going from one profession to the other is a tremendous career change. In today's guest post, Mike Huckman, SVP and director of media strategy at MSLGroup, offers five areas of PR... [PRNewser]

Jim Goldman Leaving CNBC for PR, Net Hires New Silicon Valley Reporter - Posted July 8, 2010
Jim Goldman, CNBC's Silicon Valley bureau chief since 2003, is leaving the network, TVNewser has learned. And the business news channel has already found a new correspondent to cover the technology beat. Goldman, a 21-year technology reporting veteran, is leaving TV news altogether an... [TVNewser]

MS&L Group Continues to Rebuild Healthcare Practice - Posted May 21, 2010
As PRNewser previously reported, a number of healthcare PR executives have left Publicis-owned MS&L Group in recent months, including MaryEllen O'Donohue... [PRNewser]

CNBC Correspondent Heads To MS&L To Lead Media Strategy - Posted April 12, 2010
Longtime CNBC correspondent Mike Huckman is leaving the network, and heading to Publicis-owned MS&L Group as senior VP and director of media strategy, TVNewser reports. H... [PRNewser]

Mike Huckman Leaving CNBC - Posted April 12, 2010
Longtime CNBC correspondent Mike Huckman is leaving the network, and heading to the world of PR. Huckman, who covers pharmaceuticals, biotech and medical devices for the business channel, is joining MS&L as senior VP and director of media strategy. Manhattan-based MS&L is pa... [TVNewser]

Reporters On A Plane: The Ethics of the Air - Posted April 6, 2009
So you're a reporter sitting on an airplane, and the person in front of you is working on a PowerPoint presentation that happens to be about the direct beat you cover. There's no obstruction — you have a clear path to view what may be valuable journalistic information. What do you... [TVNewser]

CNBC Toasts Jonathan Wald - Posted March 31, 2009
Nothing like a little Veuve Clicquot to round out a 16-year career with NBC. This was Jonathan Wald's last day on the job as CNBC SVP. At 4pm, co-workers gathered in the CNBC boardroom for a goodbye toast. In attendance, CNBC president ... [TVNewser]

Huckman's Mad Madoff Moment: "We're The Only Ones With This!" - Posted December 18, 2008
We know some of you reporters out there have had moments like this. In fact, after years in the control room, we've been on the receiving end of these kinds of rants. Yesterday, CNBC's Mike Huckman had exclusive comments from Bernard Madoff as he left the federal courthouse. As Huckman was getting... [TVNewser]

The Ticker (CNBC Edition): Lee, Huckman, Haines... - Posted December 8, 2008
> CNBC's Melissa Lee is featured in this month's Asiance Magazine. The Harvard grad, who majored in Government, didn't see herself as a business reporter: "I wanted to cover elections and campaigns and things like that. It was really by chance that I got into Business news."... [TVNewser]