Dr. Aaron Day brings more than 22 years of experience in news production and broadcast journalism. He is currently a Producer at KTTV-TV in Los Angeles where he also produces morning news, documentaries, and special projects for the station.
Before Los Angeles, he was a Supervising Producer at KCPQ-TV and KING-TV in Seattle where he oversaw coverage for morning newscasts, story placement, live events, and breaking news strategy. Before Seattle, he worked at television stations in San Diego. He has won Emmy, Golden Mike, Edward R. Murrow, and Los Angeles Press Club awards for his work in journalism.
In addition, Dr. Day has more than 15 years of experience teaching at colleges and universities. Previously, he taught reporting, news writing, mass media, and broadcasting at Seattle University, Eastern Washington University, and Los Angeles City College. He also spent many years overseeing student media.
He is a board member for the Society of Professional Journalists Los Angeles and chairman of the Black Male Media Project for the National Association of Black Journalists. He is also a member of the College Media Association and Broadcast Educators Association.
Dr. Day is an expert in managing change in television newsrooms and earned his doctorate and master’s in Organizational Leadership from City University of Seattle. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film & Electronic Arts from CSULB.