randy dixon producerRandy Dixon, founder and chief executive officer of Dixon Media, most recently served as KATV Channel 7, Little Rock's news director for the last decade. KATV is the ABC television affiliate owned by Allbritton Communications. At KATV he oversaw all aspects of news, weather, and sports coverage, all local broadcasts, and managed a staff of more than 60 employees. During Dixon's tenure at Channel 7, the station has dominated ratings in the Little Rock market for almost 20 years.


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Dixon's work has been recognized and honored within the news industry, having received nine regional Emmys, 22 regional and four national Edward R. Murrow awards, more than four dozen Associated Press awards and three Gold World Medals from the New York Festivals. In addition, under his leadership KATV was awarded numerous Telly and Associated Press Mark Twain News Gathering Awards. His producing assignments have included most major American sporting events and news stories in every state within the United States plus international travel to Bosnia, Cuba, Nepal, the Ivory Coast of Africa, Italy, Peru, Romania, the Netherlands, Honduras, Belgium and the Arctic region.

Preserving history

KATV archivesConversion of 3/4" Umatic, Beta, S-VHS/VHS, Hi8, Digital Hi8, MiniDV/HDV, 8mm, Super-8 and 16mm to harddrive or DVD. Safeguard your irreplaceable footage today for future generations. Even in the best of conditions film and magnetic tape will lose its ability to maintain its integrity. You will never be able to go back in time for a re-shoot. Protect your investment by transferring to digital today.

Dixon Media is currently preserving the KATV video archives donated to the Pryor Center. We can do the same for you. More about the analog to digital process...

Helping with heart

Dixon has used his skills to benefit numerous charitable organizations including the National make-a-wishOrganization for Victims Assistance, Winrock International, Heifer International and the Anne Pressly Scholarship Fund. After the tragic death of KATV reporter Anne Pressly, Dixon co-authored and published Making Memories: A Celebration of the Life of Anne Pressly. All proceeds from the book sales benefited the Anne Pressley Scholarship Fund, raising more than $90,000 to date.

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In addition to his documentary work, his media consulting clients include CrossFit and The Pryor Center for Arkansas Oral and Visual History.

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