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Justin Steyer
Works at KPLU
Attended Western Washington University
Lives in Seattle, WA
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KPLU Multimedia Manager Justin Steyer facilitates management of Pacific Public Media’s online and mobile content while implementing new and improved systems and platforms. Additionally, he is be responsible for creative user interaction and involvement, as he actively works to improve service to the audience and support for our new media activities.

Before joining the KPLU staff in 2009, Steyer worked as a Web Producer for The Seattle Times; prior to that, he was responsible for photography, video and online content at The Bellingham Herald and worked in the capacity as editor and photographer at other Western Washington publications. In 2007, Steyer was awarded the Mark of Excellence by the Society of Professional Journalists in the area of sports photography.

  • Western Washington University
  • Midland Lutheran University
Basic Information
  • KPLU
    Director of Digital Strategy, 2014 - present
  • KPLU
    Multimedia Manager, 2014
  • The Seattle Times
    Web Producer
  • The Bellingham Herald
    Photo Desk & Videographer
  • Freelance Videography
  • Freelance Photography
  • Freelance Video Editing
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
They have some really good acts... but that said, you have to REALLY want to see who is performing to make it worth it, because the venue itself is setup terribly! Unless you spend an arm and a leg to get a VIP booth, or you luck out and they seat you actually semi-facing the stage, you are going to get a horrible seat! The whole thing is setup so you are either having your back to the stage, far off to the side with a terrible angel that will kill your neck, sitting on a horribly uncomfortable stool (with the same angel problem), and all of the above is packed in waaaaay to tight! Not to mention you have to spend an hour waiting in a tight hallway unless you want to get the worst seats in the house where you are not only facing away from the stage, but are technically behind the performer from the side. Just really surprised this has not changed over the past three years I have attended shows here. Also -- two item minimum purchase, which is not clearly stated when you buy the ticket. But... they are one of the only venues pulling in a lot of these comics.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
5 reviews
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago