Kevin Pina Faculty Profile

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Kevin  Pina


Department of Communication

Kevin Pina is a filmmaker, journalist, lecturer and media consultant.

Pina is currently producer/director at Long Memory Productions, an independent media consultant and Broadcast Lecturer for the Department of Communication at California State University East Bay (CSUEB) in Hayward, CA.

Pina contributes as Senior Producer for the program Flashpoints on Pacifica Radio and is a frequent guest host for other programs on KPFA 94.1 FM in Berkeley, CA. He is the founding editor of the Haiti Information Project (HIP), an independent news source in Haiti, and serves as a Country Expert on Haiti for the Varieties of Democracy project sponsored by the University of Notre Dame and the University of Gothenburg in Sweden.

Specialties: TV production, TV programming, media project development, media project management, live streaming, multi-cam studio/field production, online video content distribution, HD & SD production for live streaming, custom coding RTMP responsive players, digital video project management, media campaign development, analytic research & video campaign development, radio production, radio programming, radio project development, film production, convergence journalism, alternative journalism, independent journalism, documentary film making, media instruction, syllabi writing, fulfillment of student learning outcomes, research and implementation of new technology for use in media instruction to enhance academic program relevancy.

  • MA, California State University East Bay

Not teaching this semester.

-Lecturer's Representative, Academic Senate Committee on Instruction & Curriculum (CIC)
-Lecturer's Representative, Academic Senate Committee on Instructional Technology Advisory Committee (ITAC)
-Lecturer's Representative, Lecturer Subcommittee of Faculty Affairs Committee/Faculty Senate
-Executive Board Member, California State University East Bay Chapter of the California Faculty Association (CFA)

Work for various departments throughout the university to develop and create media content, ADA compliant VOD, archived events and live-streamed productions including:

•Athletics: Live streaming four camera shoots of more than 25 basketball games during 2014 season
•Theatre & Dance: Multi-cam live-switched production & VOD of all major performances
•Provost’s Office: Four-minute video for prospective and new faculty hires
•University Advancement: Live streaming of commencement ceremonies
•Advising and Career Education (AACE): Live streaming and VOD of Industry Jobs Panels
•CSUEB Associated Students: Live streaming of campus speakers series
•Planning for Distinction: Live streaming of campus presentations