I'm a paragraph. Click here to add your own text and edit me. It’s easy. Just click “Edit Text” or double click me to add your own content and make changes to the font. I’m a great place for you to tell a story and let your users know a little more about you.
To help others become successful with their project ideas and service needs from conception to completion. Develop video, audio, web and mutilmedia projects, productions and programs. Provide training, teaching, distribution and broadcast over the air via television, cable, internet, mobile devices, smart phones, radio, satellite and any other future distribution methods currently being researched and developed internationally and domestically.
Bruce E. Dunn - Founder and CEO; Former Manager of the ESPN Bristol, Connecticut studios and Associate Vice President & General Manager of WDSC-TV PBS 15 - Daytona Beach, Florida (formally WCEU-TV). Works with ESPN and others on seasonal projects under non-exclusive contracts. Bruce Dunn has many years of experience in the broadcast media production/telecommunications industry. He started working in Public Broadcasting at various positions at WOUB TV-20 while attending college in Athens, Ohio. After graduation he had a brief experience with the NFL Washington Football Team currently under pressure to change its name.
In 1982 he became producer/director and ultimately the production manager of WKID TV-51, a commercial independent station in Hollywood, Florida. In 1984 he became operations manager of Channel 51 to restructure the station from an English speaking independent station to a Spanish broadcast network affiliate - WSCV TV-51. He was production/operations manager for the operation known today as the Telemundo Network. He enhanced his managerial abilities and production technical skills in the industry through contractual projects with BET Sports, ABC Sports, NBC Sports, ESPN and independent projects with cable networks during the 80’s, 90’s and into the new millennium. He worked as graphics manager for NBC during the Olympic Games in Barcelona in 1992 earning his first National Sports Emmy. He received his second Emmy in 1996 for the Atlanta Olympic Games. Mr. Dunn was the executive producer for the Penn State Sports Network and the head of production for WPSX-TV/WPSU-Radio, Penn State Public Broadcasting from 1989-1996. In 1996 he was hired as the director of production for WCEU TV-15 in Daytona Beach, Florida where he was responsible for managing the production operation for a newly built digital telecommunications/production facility in 2000. In 2005 he was promoted to Associate Vice President & General Manager of Daytona State College Public Broadcasting of Central Florida up until August 2011.
In January 2009 he administered a change with FCC approval of the TV station call letters from WCEU-TV to WDSC-TV. He was also an instructor teaching Media Broadcast Technology through the College of Business Administration as is currently working with students at Bethune Cookman University through the athletic department and he worked with groups of students through a partnership program in Northern, Ireland for seven years.Bruce Dunn has provided “hands on” production training experience to over 250 students and volunteers since January 2001 and continues to learn, train, teach and speak about various topics to community organizations, Colleges and Universities. (The Four Quarters of life lecture) Bruce is married for 30 years with two children; His wife is an administrator at The University of Central Florida, Daughter, a graduate of UCF with a Marketing degree, a Son who graduated from FAU with a degree in Economics. Bruce - spare time is spent with family and friends, heavily engaged in social media, plays golf, travels and performs his administrative duties for DUNN Enterprises in the music, merchandise and production division. (Founded 2002) He provides oversight for Eric Dunn Enterprises LLC and is a High School Teacher in Ormond Beach, Florida teaching Digital Video Technology to over 150 Students
© 2020 Dunn Enterprises Of Central FL. Inc