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Capitalize on all you do with professional, thought-provoking, emotional video storytelling.
Create connections on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social media platforms with engaging video content.
Increase donations by showing supporters how their dollars are used to impact lives and create positive change in our community.
Engage business and community leaders by keeping them informed and connected to your organization's goals and accomplishments.
Increase the visibility of your organization with video delivered directly to targeted audiences on their phones, tablets, and computers.
Emmy-award winning journalists, photographers, and reporters.
Dan Potter is an Emmy Award-winning producer with ten years experience in television news. Most recently, Dan worked at KGTV-Channel 10 in San Diego, where he produced the daily five p.m. newscast and was responsible for spearheading special coverage of local events. After a hiatus from television journalism, Dan is returning to do what he enjoys best: telling stories for the local community.
Lee Ann Kim spent a dozen years reporting news in San Diego, both as an anchor and reporter at KGTV-Channel 10. Kim earned several awards at Channel 10, including an Emmy for investigative reporting, before turning her sights to the big screen. She now heads the Pacific Arts Movement, an organization devoted to fostering and promoting Asian American and Asian international cinema.
Salvador Rivera is a life-long San Diegan, having graduated with a B.A. in journalism from SDSU in 1987. Rivera has excelled in nearly every aspect of television journalism, from the assignment desk and producing to reporting and shooting video. Most recently, Rivera has been working as a reporter with Fox News here in San Diego as well as hosting Cox San Diego Connection, a public affairs talk show on Channel 4.
Michael G. Mora is an Emmy Award-winning Photojournalist with more than 20 years of professional experience working around the world. His many accolades include six Emmy Awards, a national Edward R. Murrow Award and eight San Diego Press Club Awards. Mora is currently the CEO/Director of Photography of 506 Studio Productions and works as a Freelance Photojournalist and Producer for CNN, BBC, BBC Español, ABC and Australia Ch7.
Richard Klein is a veteran news photographer with more than three decades experience covering San Diego's biggest stories. Born and raised in San Diego, Klein began his video journalism career in 1980 at KGTV Channel 10. His work has earned him a range of accolades including several Emmy and San Diego Press club awards. Klein branched out on his own in 2012, forming a media production company and continues to shoot news on a freelance basis for KPBS.
Geni Cavitt has been working in the San Diego media industry since the early 1980's, first on the radio at KFMB and later as a weathercaster and reporter at both KFMB-Channel 8 and KGTV-Channel 10. Following a stint as Director of Communications for San Diego City Councilwoman Marti Emerald, Cavitt and her sister Christina formed Cavitt Productions, a multi-media production company. She also works as Director of Operations for A New PATH, a non-profit advocacy group working to reduce the stigma associated with addictive illness.
San Diego Snapcast is proud to have partnered with Helix Charter High School, one of the California's highest performing public high schools. Helix strives to raise the expectations of every student, opening doors and unlocking their hidden potential.
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