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CV Superstars - Fanis News Network

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11:08 AM | 26 September 2013
by Adam Oldfield
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Fanis Poulinakis has created the Fanis News Network to sell himself.

Fanis Poulinakis has created the Fanis News Network to sell himself. A web page that parodies CNN's site.

As well as showing all the usual stuff, skills, references, portfolio, etc, the mock news site also features an exclusive interview with President Obama (well, an impersonator at least).

It's a more exciting way to show off to an employer and it presents Fanis as in demand. And, as noted in the small print, helps people to learn how to pronounce Fanis Poulinakis.

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