Steve Shlisky is an award-winning television production professional with four decades of experience in the San Francisco Bay Area, including 39 years at KTVU in Oakland. He has also worked for KICU-TV and, early in his career, at KNTV in San Jose. He is also a co-chair and instructor of the media communications department at Laney College in Oakland, and leads his own Steve Shlisky Productions, producing and editing local videos for non-profit agencies.
He joined Kevin Wing + Associates in 2016 as a video editor and producer. His work can be seen on various clients’ documentaries, namely the Ohlone College 50th anniversary documentary series.
Steve is a 14-time Emmy Award winner, based on 50 nominations and four national Emmy nominations. He also has honors from the Radio Television News Directors Association, Telly Awards, Joey Awards and the Associated Press’ distinguished Mark Twain Award.[/three_fourth_last]
Steve has a vast amount of experienced producing and editing local TV programming, PSAs, promotional and commercial spots, long-form news stories, sales presentations and feature segments, along with entertainment and documentary programs.
Very involved with the San Francisco/Northern California Chapter of The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Education, Steve served as its Chapter president from 2016 to 2020. He is the Chapter’s current programs and activities chairperson.
Steve received his Master’s degree from San Francisco State University’s broadcast and electronic communication arts department and his Bachelor of Arts degree in film from San Jose State University. Previously, he received his Associate in Arts degree from Cabrillo College.