Robert V. Whitney
Broadcaster: Announcer, Narrator, Newsman, Disc Jockey, Program Director, General Manager, TV Producer, Technical Writer, Training Manager.
Now: Owner/Executive Producer:
Broadcast Milestones and Events:
National Program Manager:
Created Sound and Video archive
Academic and Teaching Background
Whitney holds a BS in Speech and Dramatic Arts from Syracuse University (1955) and a Masters Degree in Education (Instructional Design) from San Francisco State University (1978). He taught undergraduate level courses at SF State University (School of Broadcast Communication Arts) for three years and was a member of the adjunct faculty of San Mateo Community College where he taught multimedia subjects (principally Macromedia Director) in 2000. He holds a California Community College Lifetime Teaching Credential.
Whitney was Television Production Supervisor for University of California, San Francisco Medical Center 1975-1979 in charge of all production of medical seminars distributed by microwave to Bay Area hospitals and by videotape worldwide.
Whitney became Training Manager of Macromedia, Inc. (now Adobe), in 1991 a post he held until 1999. During that period, Whitney wrote and delivered instruction for Macromedia Director and wrote many training manuals and books. He set up training centers, and hired and supervised training personel.
BW's Current Personal Notes
Presently, I live in Nevada City, in the Sierra Foothills of Northern California.
Univ of New Hampshire, Syracuse Univ (BS) -Speech & Dramatic Arts
San Francisco State Univ (MA) - Educational Technology