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Kenneth Johnson: At a Glance


A native of Washington, D.C., by way of Charleston, SC, Kenneth graduated from The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree. He started his television career at WCIV-TV in Charleston, where he produced both the weekend and weekday, morning newscasts.  


Since then, Kenneth has earned his Master of Science degree at Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Public Communications, and has become an accomplished and award-winning filmmaker, producer, professor and expert in digital media. Some of his producing and filming credits include marketing and media assignments for tech giant Google, Court TV, OWN TV, Associated Press, Harpo Productions, and The Martin Luther King Center for Nonviolent Social Change, to name a few.


As an executive officer for Pulse Entertainment, Inc., he earned the prestigious Telly and Aegis awards for producing and editing the concept, reality series “Diamonds in the Rough,” a show focusing on the rising rate of homelessness among women in America. In 2008, Kenneth was asked to join TV-One’s production crew to help produce the network’s first live broadcast at the Democratic National Convention in Denver. The live broadcast became TV-One’s most watched telecast to date. In 2012, he returned to the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, as one of six producers responsible for producing content for the convention’s news hub.


As an instructor, Kenneth takes pride in his teaching efforts at both Winston Salem State University and Prairie View A&M University, both historically Black universities, the University of Southern California (USC), and in Kabul, Afghanistan, where he worked alongside the U.S. Armed Forces as a media analysis and instructor. There, he taught Afghanistan journalists how to effectively shoot news stories and manage media content. 


Kenneth continues to run the day-to-day operations of Pulse Entertainment. Inc. while producing and shooting content for various media outlets. He still calls Atlanta his home, where he is raising his three sons with his wife Rhonda.

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