Thomas Kenny, M.A. – TV Studio Manager

Contact Information
516.323.3247
tkenny@molloy.edu

Courses Taught at Molloy
Advanced Television Production
Communications Internships
Editing and Post Production
Experiences in Media Literacy
Field Production
Go Pro Production
Introduction to New Media
Online Branding
Online Content Production
Professional Content Development
Scriptwriting for Media
Social Media
Sports Broadcasting
Sports Communication
Television Production for Non-Majors
Television Studio Production
Video Storytelling for the Web

Education
Long Island University: Post Campus, Brookville, NY
Ph.D. Information Studies (In Progress)

New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, NY
M.A. Communications: Television, Film, & Broadband Production

Molloy College, Rockville Centre, NY
B.A. Communications

Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York, NY
A.A.S Video Arts & Technology

Publications
Producing New and Digital Media: Your Guide to Savvy Use of the Web.” New York: Focal Press, 2016

“What to Look for In Your First Camera”, Technologies for Worship Magazine, December 2015.

“Do you really need to get rid of your SD/HD workflow for 4K?”, Technologies for Worship Magazine, October 2015.

“Stable Shots: Why a Good Tripod is Important?”, Technologies for Worship Magazine, September 2015.

Faculty Paper Presentations
The App is the Message: Why Stories Must Differ On Various Platforms – Broadcast Education Association Conference 2016 – Presented digital storytelling on multiple social media channels – With Jamie Cohen and Nicole Stevens

Teaching Television in the Age of Thumb-based Cinema – Broadcast Education Association Conference 2014 – Presented how mobile video apps (Vine, Instagram) can be utilized in the classroom – With Jamie Cohen and Nicole Stevens

The Savs and the Sav-nots: How to create Savvy Media Students – Broadcast Education Association Conference 2013 – Presented new media pedagogical techniques to enhance discussion of theory and practice in media course – With Jamie Cohen and Nicole Stevens

Tomorrow Needs Today: Making the Argument for Upgrade – Panelist: Broadcast Education Association Conference 2012 – Presented new media upgrade examples from Molloy College, Ashland University, and Hofstra University

Honors and Awards
Excellence in Communication – Long Island Business News
This event recognized top industry professionals for their excellence in marketing, communications, public relations, website and graphic design. Honored in the mentor category.

Long Island 40 Under 40 – Long Island Business News
One of 40 members of the community honored and awarded for our contributions and success on Long Island.

Television Academy Foundation Faculty Fellow
One of twenty faculty members from colleges and universities in the US brought to Los Angeles to learn and work with professionals in the television industry including producers, writers, directors, and others to improve teaching television to students. The week long seminar included tours of studios to experience behind the scenes of television productions.

Memberships
Broadcast Education Association