Prof Bob's: Radio/TV Journalism Hall of Fame    
   SJSU's Distinguished Broadcast Journalism Graduates


 
More photos & info from:
50th Anniversary/Reunion at SJSU
 

 

Below, all except Jane McMillan are former journalism students of Professor Bob Rucker.
Ms. McMillan graduated from SJSU and went on to teach radio news reporting in the JMC School.




Tommy Tran
TV News
Reporter
ABC station

Fresno, CA

Henry Wofford
Sports Anchor & Reporter
Comcast Sports
SF Bay Area

Wofford CSN blog
 


Kiet Do
TV Reporter
CBS 5  SF Bay Area

 Hearst Competition
National Champion




Will Thomas
TV News Anchor/Reporter
FOX 5  Washington, D.C.

Hearst Competition
National Champion


Laura Burstein
Online Automotive
Expert
www.lauraburstein.com


Damian Trujillo
NBC 11 Reporter/Producer
San Jose, CA

 




Former TV Reporter
FOX 5, Atlanta
Covered Hurricane Katrina
in New Orleans


Jane McMillan
News &
Program Director
KCBS Newsradio
San Francisco


Egan Schulz
I Tunes Senior Producer
Apple Corporation


Laura Burstein
Online Automotive
Expert
www.lauraburstein.com

 


Aaron Pickering

Meteorologist
KOLD-TV 13,
Tucson, AZ


Brodie Brazil

TV Sports Reporter
& Blogger
Comcast Sports
Bay Area


Prof. Rucker taught at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign for seven years before
coming to San Jose State University in 1990. Below, the following distinguished professional
was a student in Prof. Bob's first advance broadcast news reporting class a the U of I in 1983.

 

 


 

Drew Griffin
Anchor and Investigative
Correspondent
CNN Atlanta

Hundreds of RTVJ former students over the past 50+ years
have gone on to tremendous professional careers.



ALUMNI ALERT: Please contact Prof. Rucker with your RTVJ career
update and a current photo if you would like to be included in
Prof Bob's RTVJ Hall of Fame!

E-mail:  Robert.Rucker@sjsu.edu

Prof. Rucker would be happy to include you
and celebrate your accomplishments!


 

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Program's National Recognition:
'Excellence in Broadcast Journalism'


 
   
  Kiet Do                                                                                                    Will Thomas

Recognized for more than 50 years of Excellence in Higher Education,
Broadcast Journalism students at San Jose State University
has earned numerous awards including first place honors
several times in the distinguished
William Randolph Hearst Foundation
national student journalism competition.

SJSU Hearst Honorees John Lee, Will Thomas and Kiet Do
lead the list of hundreds of RTVJ graduates who have gone on to
successful professional careers in radio, television and online news.

 

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