Gene Robinson

Gene Robinson oversees the operational divisions of Arizona Public Media, which includes Content Production, Creative Services, Marketing & Communications, News, Radio Programming, TV Production, and TV Programming.

A multiple award-winning broadcast veteran, Robinson brings over 30 years of broadcast media leadership to AZPM. Robinson began his career at KCRA 3, the NBC affiliate in Sacramento, California, for decades one of the most dominant and innovative television stations in the country. As the Creative Services Director for the station, Robinson was responsible for guiding the brand of one of the nation’s legacy television stations.

As the Director of Television Communication for the California Highway Patrol, Robinson helped shaped another iconic brand. His team chronicled the stories of then men and women who dedicated their lives to serving California’s residents. While at the California Highway Patrol, Robinson was the Executive Producer of the award-winning documentary, CHP: A Legacy of Saving Lives.

Prior to coming to AZPM, Robinson served as the Director of Creative Services and Brand Manager for CBS 5 and KTVK 3TV in Phoenix.

Robinson earned a degree Communication Studies and a minor in Journalism from California State University, Sacramento.

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