Don Baker~Producer/The Circle~The Dyatlov Pass Incident

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Don Baker

The mysterious deaths of nine ski hikers in the northern Ural mountains in 1959 are the subject of the upcoming movie The Circle. Mr. Baker co-producer of The Circle, consults for several companies where his duties include product development and implementation of marketing strategies to increase revenue. As head of several innovative and entrepreneurial Direct Marketing companies. Mr. Baker managed the mega- hit Jerry Springer Too Hot Campaign which generated staggering 67 million in sales, and helped turn Jerry Springer into a household celebrity by raising his ratings from 3 to 8 million nightly viewers in less than 5 months One of these companies, a collectible coin enterprise, Mr. Baker successfully implemented DRTV, Direct Mail, Internet Marketing and Outbound Telemarketing to increase company revenues from a steady 20 million annual to a remarkable 150 million in less than 2 years while building a data base of 2.6 million customers. During Mr. Baker’s early entertainment career he created and managed 7 different fulfillment and distribution centers for international companies like Paramount Pictures, Technicolor, Teleflora and The Franklin Mint. With a Journalism degree from University of Oregon, Mr. Baker has used his writing skills for several newspapers and TV scripts, which have been produced for the Fox TV show Wake Rattle and Roll.  Don has worked for the long running TV show COPS on two different occasions as Vice President of Direct Marketing. His first novel, a Beatles inspired mystery called HEY JUDE will be published in April by Odyssey Books. You may contact Don Baker at: www.onionheaddirect.com. www.americandrtv.com   http://www.dyatlovpassproductions.com/Home_Page.html

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