Professor Randy Schultz joined the faculty of Santa Ana College's TV/Video Communications Department in 1996. Before coming to SAC-TV, he managed television operations for USC's School of Journalism, a division of the Annenberg School for Communications, and taught broadcast production courses and workshops for the school. While at USC, he also acted as technical advisor for numerous national award-winning student documentaries.
Beyond his academic role, Professor Schultz works professionally in the television industry and has more than 20 years experience in numerous facets of the business. He has produced several broadcast and corporate video projects for such clients as Yamaha, ESPN, Disney, Nissan, 31 Flavors, UPN, PBS, Lifetime, Coors, Budweiser, AARP, U.S. Chamber of Commerce and MagLite. He has also operated regional news bureaus for various programs, including 10 years with First Business, a nationally syndicated financial news show.
He currently teaches introductory television production, videotape editing and advanced electronic field production courses at SAC. He also acts as faculty supervisor to special student projects and oversees the SAC-TV production facility.
Professor Schultz earned a BS in Broadcast Journalism and a MS in Instructional Technology from the University of Southern California.