After earning a Master of Education degree in Instructional Technology and a Bachelor of Science degree in Broadcast Telecommunications, Lee Solonche embarked on a broadcast production and educational technology career covering over 30 years. Mr. Solonche has been involved in virtually all areas of television production including: directing, producing, project management, writing, editing, field and studio cameras, audio production, graphics, distribution, online products and strategies. Programs produced have ranged from live presidential and Miss America remotes, hurricane disaster relief programming, sports events, commercial news, and educational programming ranging from hundreds of live broadcasts in math and science to packages on such topics as Disney World Living Seas Aquarium, Aircraft Carrier Combat Operations, Plight of the Manatees, Underwater Cave Diving and many more.
Mr. Solonche has received numerous national and local awards, served on several national professional boards and been a speaker at national conventions including: Annual PBS Meeting, National Council of La Raza, National Educational Telecommunications Association, National Educational Broadband Services Association, and many others.
Mr. Solonche has provided leadership and direction in the administration and operation of educational media/technology and distance learning services and projects for Vegas PBS and the Clark County School District (fifth largest in the nation) serving over 300,000 students at approximately 350 locations, distributed over 8,000 square miles.
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