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Steve Kraycik

Steve Kraycik has an impressive career as a news manager, producer and educator with more than 27 years of experience in television news. During that time, Steve has hired and mentored hundreds of talent.


Steve spent a decade as a top-20 market News Director at stations in Sacramento and Seattle. He's also been an Asst. News Director at KOMO-TV in Seattle and WFTS-TV in Tampa, as well as Executive Producer in Orlando. Before that, he spent more than 10 years as a news producer and writer at stations on the East Coast, including affiliates in New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Florida. He's a native of Allentown, PA and his first news experience was in his hometown at WFMZ-TV as the station's very first producer.

In August, 2012 Steve returned to Pennsylvania, where he was named the Director of Student Television and Online Operations at Penn State University.  Steve teaches college students all aspects of TV news. He supervises the Centre County Report, a student-produced newscast that airs in 29 Pennsylvania counties.

Among Steve's memorable experiences in TV news are field producing coverage of two Super Bowls and a Presidential inauguration, and producing a Governor's debate moderated by NBC's Tim Russert. He's passionate about television news and has spent years working with hundreds of anchors and reporters to improve their craft and advance their careers.

In his free time, Steve enjoys adding to his wine collection, as well as spending quality family time and traveling with his wife and two children. Email Steve at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. You can also follow Steve on Twitter @TV_Agent_Steve

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