Producers of VOC
Michael Fitzgerald is the recently retired columnist for The Stockton Record newspaper. Mike worked at The Record as a reporter for five years and as the paper's columnist for 28 years. During that time his columns on city politics, people and other subjects -- sometimes offbeat -- won numerous awards and became part of the fabric of city life in Stockton. Mike is also keen on Stockton's rich history. He won the Charles Weber Award for furthering our understanding of our city's history. Currently he is negotiating a book deal with Arcadia Press.
I was born and raised in San Francisco. I started as a live sound engineer at a local church. After listening to radio for years, I thought to combine my engineering background with my hobby, music. When I realized, I liked the idea of being on a radio show and entertaining people, I began pursuing a radio career. My passion for radio grew over time, and my first project was helping a blind friend produce and engineer a sports talk show and an afternoon drive time talk show.
Most recently, I am the production manager of San Francisco State University's radio station, KSFS Radio. I also co-created and currently produce an independent hip-hop music show, known as Da MaddHouze on KPOO 89.5 FM San Francisco. I’m also working as a board operator, at CBS Radio (Alice 97.3)
For more information about Eric’s work please check out his Portfolio of your work https://eestrada263.wixsite.com/mysite-1
Nick McClendon was born in Stockton and spends his time in San Francisco as a student and video producer.
At City College of San Francisco’s radio station KCSF Nick created and produced his radio show AJunkaPunk that features a wild mix of music and live performances
That raw. Unedited. Unscripted genius that is A Junk A Punk. Go insane with ya boy DJ McTricky!
I grew up in Canada where education is practically free. I studied Communications in college and started out making my own animations, using miniatures, mattes and stop motion film. I got into broadcasting first as an audio/assistant, then as a light video camera operator (which is a pretty typical way to break into TV). Sometimes it was interesting, especially when shooting open heart surgery for the BBC or backstage with a band for MTV. After a few years I decided to upgrade my skills again. I did my M.A. and Ph.D. while working as a camera operator and field producer on a series for TV5, a french language network. I moved to California in 2003 to do a post-doc at Berkeley and started teaching broadcasting at San Francisco State University. Malcolm share’s his knowledge and passion for media creation and storytelling at both the City College of San Francisco and San Francisco State University
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Developing and executing the launch of KSFP a low powered FM radio station with the San Francisco Public Press
Developed and produced an episode of Sprouts with Pacifica Radio Network - Insert Link from Simplecast
Developed for KCSF radio, the public affairs radio show “Voices of the Community” from creating show concept, and editorial calendar of show topics to identifying and interviewing subject matter experts for each show. Wrote and performed scripts, edited, and produced over thirteen one-hour single shows as well as multiple series episode shows. Find the shows on George Koster’s web site
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Associate Produced award winning multimedia story on “What If City College Closed” with the City College of SF Broadcast and etc Magazine faculty, students and community thought leaders. View here http://bit.ly/1ROf3Ek
Prepared and implemented for Bay Area LISC the development and execution of the following multi-media communications programs
Created Journalism Internship program with City College of SF Broadcast Dept and recruited 2 Interns to develop 2 Feature multimedia stories for e-Newsletter.
Multimedia storytelling which included usage of video, audio, photo/audio slideshows, web and paper publishing. The multimedia stories were distributed across multiple platforms i.e., Web, social media, public relations, e-News Flashes and e-Newsletters
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