- KPLUDirector of Digital Strategy, 2014 - present
- KPLUMultimedia Manager, 2014
- The Seattle TimesWeb Producer
- The Bellingham HeraldPhoto Desk & Videographer
- Freelance Videography
- Freelance Photography
- Freelance Video Editing
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
- French Bulldog World
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