Steve King began working in broadcasting nearly 35 years ago at his local hometown
AM station. After receiving his B.S. in Mass Communications from James Madison University,
Steve worked at ABC affiliate WXEX (now WRIC) in Richmond, VA as a promotion producer.
He then moved into the cable television market at the CBN Cable Network,
where he remained for many years. In 1999, he was part of the regional Emmy-award winning team
behind NASA's children's program, "NASA Connect". Later he served as Executive Producer of
Dr. Charles Stanley's nationally syndicated, "In Touch" radio and television programs in Atlanta.
He also served as Executive Director of JLA Media and Publications in Virginia,
overseeing a small, family entertainment network of broadcast stations.
Lori Pitchford's professional video career began right out of high school when she got a job working as a production assistant on the sets of training films and television productions. Her experience, however, began in her early teenage years when she started experimenting with video editing using a camcorder and a VCR. She continued to pursue video projects on her own time while enjoying a career in print media/marketing and graphic design.
As VP of Creative Services for ElkayMedia, she is the primary producer and editor for all long-form projects as
well as many of the short-form projects. She also creates all of the company's original graphics, both for video
and print applications.