Carlos Amezcua, President of Carlos Media Corporation, is an award-winning broadcast journalist with 30 years of experience. Carlos Amezcua's work with his production company earned him an Emmy Award for Best Sports Special in 2009, and he's also received 17 other Emmy Awards for his enterprising news reporting.
<br/>Educated at BYU, Carlos Amezcua realized his talent for broadcasting while he was a student. He studied journalism, public relations, and advertising at the university, but one of his professors convinced Carlos Amezcua that he could be a powerful radio broadcaster. Carlos Amezcua excelled on the campus radio station at BYU, and thus began a promising career in broadcasting.
<br/>After several stops in television stations around the country including Phoenix, San Diego and New York City, eventually, Carlos Amezcua was invited to join station KTLA-TVin Los Angeles. At this station, Carlos Amezcua helped launch the KTLA Morning News program, a pioneering 2-hour morning show that grew from zero to more than $50 million in revenue a year! That successful format developed at KTLA-TV while Carlos Amezcua worked there has been replicated in news stations across the country. Carlos Amezcua cites the development of the KTLA MORNING NEWS as one of his most satisfying and notable achievements.
<br/> Carlos Amezcua's work spans three decades, and he has covered numerous natural disasters, the Reagan White House, and the infamous San Ysidro McDonald's Massacre.
<br/>Consequently, his work on the CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite and Tom Brokaw on the NBC Nightly News merited Carlos Amezcua national recognition. Carlos Amezcua has also conducted interviews with political figures like President George H. W. Bush, and President Jimmy Carter.
<br/>With a passion for visual art, music, and surfing, Carlos Amezcua is a renaissance man and broadcaster with a lifetime of awards, and national acclaim for his innovation in the news broadcasting field.