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Jane McMillan
News Anchor
KCBS Newsradio
San Francisco

Former KLIV Radio
News Director
and Radio News
Professor at SJSU




Andy Ludlum
Program Director
KFWB 980
Los Angeles

Broadcast worldwide and
covered the 1981 assassination
of Anwar Sadat in Egpyt, the economic emergence of China, and the rebirth of democracy in the former Soviet Union. 
Also covered eruption of
Mt. St. Helens.




Steve Scott
News Anchor
WCBS Newsradio
New York

Reported on the aftermath of 9/11 from Ground Zero, interviewed Fidel Castro in Havana, and covered the Kosovo war from an aircraft carrier. Lived in and covered just about every major story in Chicago and Illinois over the past two decades.

Role Models: My radio news professor at San Jose State, Ken Blase...and, my first radio news director, George Sampson (SJSU grad)
 at KLIV Radio in San Jose.

 


During
RTVJ Reunion
Week
Oct. 8th - 12th
,
these former
Broadcast
Journalism
students,
now working in
the media
nationwide,
have indicated
they would
like to speak
to our
current students.
 




Will Thomas
Anchor/Reporter
FOX 5
Washington D. C.



Emmy Award Winner

 

Kiet Do
TV Reporter
FOX 5
Atlanta



Emmy Award Winner

 Kiet on YouTube




Damian Trujillo
TV News Reporter
NBC11 / KNTV
San Jose

Awards from the Associated Press,
the Radio and Television News Director's Association (RTNDA), and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. Named
"2004 Reporter of the Year" by the Associated Press Television and Radio Association for California and Nevada. Three times nominated for an
Emmy Award.


Many of our
former
students have
won major
honors, both
while in school,
and during their
professional
careers.




Both Will and Kiet
were SJSU
1st Place Winners
of the
prestigious
William Randolph Hearst
National Student
TV News
Competition.

Catherine Mylinh
Anchor/Reporter
KSEE TV 24
Fresno

Catherine has received Associated Press awards for her series of in-depth stories on domestic violence and its effects
on the community, as well as for her reports on illegal road-hunting. She has also been honored by the Alzheimer's Association
for her coverage of Alzheimer's patients and their families' daily struggles with the debilitating illness.


 




Henry Wofford
Sports Anchor/Reporter
WTHR TV 13
Indianapolis

Covered the Detroit Pistons winning the NBA Finals,
Michigan State playing in the NCAA Final Four, the NFLís Detroit Lions and the NHLís Detroit Red Wings. Hosted and produced a 45 minute weekly High School Football show.  In California, Henry covered the Oakland Raiders and the San Francisco 49ers in addition to the University of Nevada and high school sports


Egan Schulz
Manager, Human Interface Designer
Apple Corporation
San Jose, California

Working at his "dream job" now
after
he earned a Bachelors in Radio Television Journalism with a minor in theater, and continued to get his masters in Mass Communication at SJSU.
Out of school, he worked for the
San Jose Mercury News as a Multimedia
Reporter/Producer and Editor
and a San Jose International Airport Marketing Representative/Specialist.
His boyhood goal was to work for Apple.
Since joining him, he has worked on the development of Final Cut Pro software and has
seven patents pending for one of the world's top technology firms.



Around the
world,
there are
SJSU Broadcast
Journalism
students
working in
radio, TV and
online news.

Some are
news directors,
video photographers
and editors.

Others are
using their
unique writing
skills in government,
business and
new technology.
 


Lloyd LaCuesta

Currently a local
TV News Reporter
in the San Francisco
Bay Area.

He's also
Professor LaCuesta
here
at
San Jose State
University.

Lloyd LaCuesta
joined the Journalism
School faculty in the
Fall of 2006
as a part-time
faculty member.

This fall he is team
teaching the
Journalism 165 class
which produces the
weekly
broadcast and streamed
student newscast,
Update News.



Read
Lloyd LaCuesta's
Profile

 


As more alums
and former
RTVJ students
fill out questionnaires
and
reserve tickets
 for the reunion
dinner,
more photos,
profiles,
and links
will be posted
on this page.

These profiles
will be included on
the new
RTVJ website
for the broadcast news
sequence
after the October
RTVJ Reunion.

We thank
our former
students for taking
the time to
care about
current and future
students.
We appreciate your
inspiration!


Aundrea Lacy
National Business Owner
"Luv's Brownies"

She started baking for a friend in college who helped her land a job at a Fortune 500 computer company. During her graduating semester, she and her counselor realized she failed the same math class five times. A few weeks later, Aundrea was tested and it was confirmed she had Dyslexia. That did not stop her in 1996 when she opened
an online bakery.

Aundreaís story about how she developed her business has been highlighted on-air by Barbara Walters & featured by the Montel Williams show. Her struggle to overcome this disability has been publicized in over twenty-five printed publications including Essence, Ebony, Todayís Black Woman, San Jose, Upscale magazines, Oakland Tribune and San Jose Mercury Newspapers.

 


On this page
are only a
few of
thousands of
former RTVJ
students and
graduates since
1957
who went on from
San Jose State
University
to achieve great
things in the
media and
business.

Their contributions
to society and
their
individual
communities
are making
a positive
difference
in this world
every day!

We want you to
know...



is Proud
of all of YOU!
 




Robert McWilliams

Owner of
Robert Mc Williams
Productions, Inc.,

a full service video, news,
sports, public relations and entertainment production company. They offer TV commercial creative/production and corporate services, as
well as "Full Service" 24P DV, HDTV production and post production.

Check out their
impressive client list!

 



Tommy Tran

Weekend News &
Sport Reporter/Anchor
KYMA-TV
Yuma, Arizona.

In 2005, Tommy was
awarded the
Associated Press
top honor for
Best Producer,
and in 2006
was awarded
the AP award for
Best Sports Coverage.


 

 


All former
students and
graduates
of the
Radio & Television
Journalism
degree program
are invited
to be included
on this page.

Send us
your
online bio link!

Whether you
are in media
or some other
business,
that's GREAT!

Send it to the
RTVJ Coordinator
at SJSU.

 


 



 

 

 




 

 

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