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Conversations with Tony Mobley continues Wednesday 18th May 8:00 pm (EDT) with Mitchell Hill

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Mitchell Hill

Mitch Hill has the distinction of having multiple media careers spanning more than 30 years: in the late 70’s as the afternoon drive personality at local legend WAMS and world famous WFIL in Philadelphia; then as the No.1-rated morning man at WSTW for three years.

Mitch remains one of the most familiar voices in Delaware and has served as spokesman for regional, large and global Fortune 500 companies.

Mitch later founded Coast Communications, providing multi-media production and services to DuPont and other large corporations. He then joined 1st Team Communications, a full-service advertising agency based in Wilmington. As a partner, Mitch helped guide 1st Team into the marketing media venue for the News Journal, Wilmington Trust, Hercules, DuPont, HBO/Cinemax, Comcast and other media outlets.

He worked with numerous high-tech companies focusing on the development of non-linear computer editing and post-production systems, and incorporated this into a facility for video and motion graphic design.

In 1992, as Mitch became interested in the emerging Internet and its ability to communicate worldwide through streaming media, he developed Hill Creative Services.

He conceived and produced a unique in-store, point-of-purchase program for The Athlete’s Foot Group, Popeye’s Chicken, Harley-Davidson and New Balance. This in-store, point-of-purchase program, still in use today, was the catalyst for the development of customized marketing for retail.

In 2015, Mitch, with business partner Tom Shustack, co-founded Secret Agency to provide high-end creative and media to the diverse business interests of the greater Wilmington area.

Utilizing a deep understanding of digital media and more than 30 years of marketing and advertising experience, Secret Agency offers affordable and effective marketing campaigns that truly move needles.

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“Tr1umph@nt!” was born on March 6, 1980, in Detroit, Michigan.

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From infancy through age 5, a battle was hard-fought against doctors by his parents, who were told that their child suffered from a variant of “Autism Spectrum Disorder.”

Determined to prove the doctors wrong in their diagnosis, his parents began to experiment with music and poetry in order to creatively push their child towards social development.

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About Me

I am embarking on a new journey.

Those of you who know me will see this as not something new! But it is!

I am creating conversations! One of those conversations will start with “technology for people at any age”.

Seniors need help with technology, Why do your children need to learn a second language called Coding!

Maximizing your existing technology!

How to look better on zoom!

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