Jill Frank has become the first ever sr. content producer at Epsilon, which is known to many people as a data management company. At her new roost, she will report to chief creative officer John Immesoete (whose ad pedigree includes DDB and Leo Burnett).
Based in Chicago, Frank will produce all digital content, TV commercials, pitch reels and other fare for the agency. Her hire marks another step in Epsilon’s evolution to a marketing services company turning out creative product this is data driven.
“Jill is not a typical agency producer,” said Immesoete. “She sees and understands the benefit of content delivered to data-specified audiences, which is the future of advertising.”
Frank joins Epsilon from Harpo Productions where she worked since 2005 as a TV producer, creating on and off-air promos, integrated marketing and branded entertainment content for OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network and before that for The Dr. Oz Show and The Oprah Winfrey Show.
Frank started her career in front of the camera as a news anchor/field producer for a local TV station in Malibu. She was also an assignment editor/producer at MTV before moving to public relations and then on to Harpo.
She also writes and produces comedy for the stage and screen, and has been featured on secondcitynetwork.com. In 2013, Frank graduated from The Second City Training Center’s comedy writing program.