Dan Kimbrough is a content creator who works with individuals and businesses to best tell their stories through media. Dan knows the power of content and storytelling in reaching an audience and branding a business. He has 20+ years of media experience and has worked with ESPN, as a documentary filmmaker, production manager, professor, podcast producer, photographer, editor, and more

As an award-winning storyteller and producer, Dan has worked across many media platforms. From traditional broadcast formats to live-streaming and interactive media, Dan has created content for it. Awarded with the Award of Distinction by the Videographer Awards twice, Gold Empixx Awards, and Award of Merit by Accolade Awards, and others; Dan also served on several division boards with the Broadcast Education Association. When not overseeing projects for Park, he studies and teaches all forms of media and presents nationally on social media strategy. Outside of media, Dan also serves on various boards and councils, helping build up and make better communities. Currently, he chairs the American Cancer Society NYPENN region board, serves on the governing board of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeastern PA, and is the chair of the diversity council and on the board of the Greater Wyoming Valley Chamber of Commerce.

As an educator, Dan has spent over a decade teaching media production, content creation, live sports production, media criticism, media literacy, conflict mediation, intercultural communications, and works in diversity training and consulting.

Dan earned his Masters’s Degree in Electronic Broadcast Management from Central Michigan University and a dual degree in Psychology and Communications from Manchester (College) University.

About me
I’m originally from Indiana (state) and spent quite some time traveling around the US with work. In undergrad, I had a media studies focus and started in radio as DJ and eventually became my college station manager. My two internships were with a local radio station cluster and PBS station live weekend production. This lead me to grad school at Central Michigan University as a graduate assistant. I studied broadcast management and lead our flagship news magazine show. While there, I also worked with our sports broadcasting department as the live audio technician and camera operator. My varied background lead to a myriad of jobs across the country including ESPN camera operator and operations assistant, production manager at a multi-language TV station, youth resident assistant, 211 crisis counselor, assistant director, bartender, commercial producer, show producer, bartender, resident director, and mobile video editor.

In 2008, after the drop of the iPhone, I decided to get out of mobile media and applied for positions as a professor and eventually accepted a position at Misericordia University. While there I taught and created courses in video, audio, and social media. I also oversaw the TV and radio station, and eventually launched the school’s first podcast and live-streaming efforts. I also helped start, and at times ran, the multicultural program at the school. In 2018 I stepped away from teaching and put my efforts into running my company Park Multimedia, which I started in 2007, full time. I have an amazing 10-year-old son named Luca and am pretty good in the kitchen.