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Tony Stizza

Director of Video

Oklahoma City National Memorial

HQ Phone:  (405) 235-3313

Email: t***@***.org

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Oklahoma City National Memorial

620 N. Harvey

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma,73102

United States

Company Description

The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum educates visitors about the impact of violence and terrorism, teaches the lessons learned from the Oklahoma City bombing and inspires hope and healing from those who were killed, those who survived and those changed...more

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Employment History

Special Project Photographer

KFOR


Photographer

KTVY


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Staff - Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum

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Tony Stizza, Director of Video


Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum – Official Website

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First Person: Stories of HopeFeatures Linda Cavanaugh and Tony Stizza
Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum - Official Website 620 N. Harvey, Oklahoma City 405.235.3313 888.542. OPE Features Linda Cavanaugh and Tony Stizza Linda Cavanaugh and Tony Stizza, Journalists Linda Cavanaugh and Tony Stizza were filming a documentary in Vietnam on April 19, 1995. Stizza joined the Memorial staff as Director of Video after a 30 year career in broadcasting, 26 of which were spent at Oklahoma's NewsChannel 4. He has won almost every major broadcast news award, including 16 regional Emmys, and was inducted into the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame as one of only two photojournalists so honored.


Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum – Official Website

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First Person - Stories of Hope Features Cherokee Ballard And Tony Stizza
Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum - Official Website 620 N. Harvey, Oklahoma City 405.235.3313 888.542. OPE First Person - Stories of Hope Features Cherokee Ballard And Tony Stizza KFOR Anchor Cherokee Ballard and Memorial Video Director Tony Stizza shared their experiences covering the bombing with a group of East Asian journalists participating in a workshop at the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication at OU through a State Department grant. Following a tour of the Memorial Museum, the journalists participated in the First Person - Stories of Hope presentation with Ballard and Stizza, asking questions and relating some of their own challenges as journalists in countries where violence is a part of their everyday lives.


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OAB Hall of Fame Inducted 3/16/07 Tony Stizza The uncanny ability to find the heart of a story and bring it to life through video-that is what distinguishes Tony Stizza as one of the most honored and respected photojournalists in the nation. It has been said that "Tony's work will capture the emotion of the moment. His video takes viewers into the story in a compelling and compassionate way. Tony's start in broadcasting was while a senior in high school at McAlester's KTMC AM as a disc jockey. He then honed his craft while in college at KTEN FM and KTEN TV in Ada where he quickly moved up to become the evening news anchor/producer. It was there that Tony decided that photography and editing were more satisfying than presenting the news. So in 1981 he started his long association with KTVY (now KFOR) as a photographer, and in 1987 was promoted to Chief Photographer. With thirteen Emmy Awards to his credit, Tony has covered the globe and brought it home to us. Through his camera, his documentaries include From Red Soil to Red Square where Tony was the first photographer allowed into the Soviet Union as a part of the glasnost program, and Remember the Dragon, where again Tony was the first photojournalist allowed inside the infamous Hanoi Hilton after unification of the Vietnams. Tony has also covered Oklahoma stories with incredible passion. His Strangers in their Own Land has been internationally known for its sensitive portrayal of Oklahoma's Indian Tribes. And then April 19, 1995-Tony spent over a full year following the lives affected by the Murrah Building Bombing. The result-Tapestry-was honored by the National Press Club as the Best Program produced in 1996, edging out numerous network documentaries also under consideration. Today as in the past, Tony continues to win national awards, produce compelling television, and raise the bar for his peers. His career has been dedicated to upholding the highest quality of Television News, and he does so every time he takes his camera on assignment.


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