Welcome to the Lower Great Lakes Chapter of the
National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences
Serving Bloomington, Ft. Wayne, Indianapolis, Muncie, Indiana; Akron, Canton, Cleveland, Lima, Mansfield, Toledo, Youngstown, Ohio; Erie, Pennsylvania
by Cynthia E. Zeiden, National Program Chair, NATAS
Learn about the next generation of media ratings and demographics at this fantastic NATAS webcast on Wednesday, October 22nd at Oregon Public Broadcasting, 7140 SW Macadam Avenue, Portland, Oregon. The live webcast begins at 6 p.m. PT. There is no admission charge for NATAS members!
Steve Walsh has spent his entire career pushing the envelope in audience measurement research.
He says his mission at Rentrak is to put this knowledge to work transforming the local audience measurement ecosystem to provide a better understanding of the viewing behavior of real consumers, and how that aligns with the products they purchase.
In his role as Executive Vice President of Local Market Television, Steve works closely with TV station owners as well as management, sales and research teams to demonstrate how Rentrak can provide a cross-platform audience measurement solution unlike any other.
Steve brings more than 20 years of proven strategic sales and sales management experience to his role at Rentrak. Prior to Rentrak, he held key sales leadership positions at research industry startups and current standard-bearers like Integrated Media Measurement, Inc. (IMMI), Experian Research Services, IAG Research, TNS Media Intelligence and Nielsen Media Research. He is a member of the Television Bureau of Advertising (TVB), the Advertising Research Foundation (ARF) and the Radio & Television Research Council (RTRC), and a frequent speaker at prestigious universities nationwide.
Scott Thompson President MBT Marketing
Scott holds a B.S. in Journalism from the University of Oregon.
John Tamerlano President/GM KATU TV
Tiffani Lupenski News Director KATU TV
by Cynthia E. Zeiden, National Program Chair, NATAS
NATAS SF/Nor Cal and IBEW SF are partnering to present a Fall series of master classes in TV production/post production free to NATAS and IBEW members, $25 each for non-members and $5 for students with a current ID in San Francisco. The classes will also be live webcast to NATAS and IBEW members and then archived on YouTube. RSVP's are required, use the link under each class description.
Each webcast will begin at 11:00 a.m. PST. The online audience will be able to ask questions of the instructors during Q&A periods, along with the live audience. Each class will be divided into three segments. The classes will end at 1:30 p.m. PST.
Get in-depth tips and techniques from the Bay Area Television Masters! Each class will begin with basic principles but will quickly accelerate into advanced concepts in each craft area.
Master Class Schedule
Editing-Steve Shlisky, Beyond Pix, Saturday, October 25th
Steve is a 35 year veteran of Bay Area television production (KTVU, KICU, and KNTV). A major chunk of that time spent editing local programming from short form PSAs, promotion, and commercial spots to longer form news features, sales presentations, and full length entertainment and documentary programs (½ hour to 2 hours in length). Many of these long form programs, Steve has helped to produce, direct and write.
Among his many honors Steve has received twelve local Emmy(R) Awards (based on fifty nominations), thirteen Telly awards and six RTNDA awards.
Since 1999 Steve has lectured at San Francisco State University (in their BECA program) and Laney College where, since 2011, he co-chairs the Media Communication department. Past subjects have included: Video Production, Audio Aesthetics with Pro Tools; Advanced Editing; Work Experience; and Media Literacy. Currently he teaches one of the few semester-length DSLR workflow classes in the Bay Area.
Steve Also Chairs the Education Committee for the NorCal National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS). His responsibilities include: Overseeing the judging and awarding of $16,000 of College Scholarships Awards in seven categories each year; facilitating the judging of the chapter’s High School Awards; developing a media literacy program and arranging for a speaker’s bureau.
Link to RSVP for Webinar: http://goo.gl/forms/H7wEUAwX89
Writing/Storytelling- Wayne Friedman, KGO Saturday, November 15th
In 1977, I earned a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from UCLA while working as a network page assigned to the newsroom at KABC-TV in Los Angeles. In 1978, I finished my Masters Degree in Journalism at the University of Missouri. It's a great school. If you want to be a reporter, go there. Seriously.
I have been on San Francisco television since 1981, beginning at KRON. Before that, I worked at stations in Louisville and Dallas. In 1989, CBS Network News hired me to produce and report national feature stories for CBS This Morning.
ABC7 hired me in 1991. Since then, I have covered all kinds of local, state, national, and international stories. They include Russia's Second Revolution in 1992 and Hurricane Katrina in 2005, along with major fires, earthquakes, elections, and NASA space missions. Twice, I crossed the country by train, visiting small towns and taking the pulse of America following the September 11th attacks.
My book, It Takes More Than Good Looks to Succeed at Television News Reporting, now in its Second Edition, is required reading for major college journalism programs in the United States, Canada, and Europe. Since 1990, I have conducted more than one-hundred narrative writing and visual storytelling seminars for newsrooms and national organizations in the United States and overseas.
Many people know me as the recipient of fifty-one Emmy(R) awards. I earned thirteen of them for Writing, and fourteen others in the category of On Camera News Talent. There have been other multiple Emmy(R) awards in the categories of Breaking News, Feature Reporting, Feature Series, Sports Reporting, and News Programming Special. I am also a member of the Northern California chapter's Silver Circle. In 2011, I received my 50th Emmy(R) award for shooting and editing my own stories as a multi-media journalist. After the 51st, I retired from that competition, and now encourage others.
In 2012, I received a regional Edward R. Murrow award for writing.
Link to RSVP for Webinar: http://goo.gl/forms/8JMlgphZjP
Voiceover-Elaine Clark, Voice One, Saturday, December 6th
Elaine Clark is the owner/founder of Voice One in San Francisco and the author of the best selling voiceover instructional book, There’s Money Where Your Mouth Is [now in it’s third edition]. For over three decades she has performed in all areas of voiceovers: commercials, narrations, videogames, animation, and toys. She created the first interactive voice and diction app, Activate Your Voice. Through Voice One, she provides group classes plus one-on-one coaching on-site and via Skype. Preparing to Record Your Voice, an on-line course, is available through Udemy.com.
As a coach to many newscasters, multimedia journalists, field reporters, weather forecasters, and financial analysts, Elaine Clark is pleased to collaborate with the NATAS SF/Nor Cal chapter and IBEW bylogo offering this informative and interactive voiceover class to local and nationwide members.
Link to RSVP for Webinar: http://goo.gl/forms/d1Cji6bPm0
Camera/Lighting-Chris Bollini, Academy of Art University, Saturday, January 24th
Chris Bollini, Emmy(R) award-winning editor, photographer, and producer, started his broadcast journey at a public access station in Marin County. After an internship, he was offered a freelance photographer position on a weekly news magazine show. From there, Chris headed north to KFTY-50 in Santa Rosa where he entered the fast paced word of daily news. After two years, he changed pace and joined the creative service department and began producing, shooting and editing local commercials and promotions. After six years at KFTY-50, he was hired to work on show that merged the elements of news and production. The station was CBS 5 and the show was Evening Magazine with Mike Rowe and Malou Nubla. Eventually, the series morphed into Eye on the Bay with Liam Mayclem, Brian Hackney and Thuy Vu which aired for 8 years before being cancelled. Currently, Chris is very excited to be at KOFY TV working in the creative service department as well as the local programming world. With shows like Creepy KOFY Movietime and Dance Party, KOFY TV is a fun and rewarding place to work.
Link to RSVP for Webinar: http://goo.gl/forms/tCfhYBG2B9
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