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Tim Rudell
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Tim Rudell

Tim Rudell has worked in broadcasting and news since his student days at Kent State in the late 1960s and early 1970s (when he earned extra money as a stringer for UPI). He began full time in radio news in 1972 in his home town of Canton, OH.  

In 1976 he moved to television and for the next dozen years did double duty as an anchorman and the news director for TV stations including the NBC affiliates in Youngstown, OH, Grand Rapids, MI, and Buffalo, NY. He then became Vice President of Consulting for one of the TV industry's leading firms, Reymer & Gersin, Associates, with direct consulting assignments including newsrooms  in New York, Los Angles,  Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Kansas City, and Syracuse.

In the 1990s, he was Vice President and Washington Bureau Chief for TVDirect, a joint venture of The Associated Press and Conus Communications that provided live and custom reporting from the nation's capital. Later he was promoted to Senior Vice President and division General Manager of Conus Washington; and eventually joined the AP directly as a member of the senior management of APTN (Associated Press Television News).

From 2004 through the end of 2008 he was Managing General Partner of a Washington area consulting group including Media Services Co. of America, and Independent Business Advisors of Virginia.  



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