Mark Shorey
 
1@blip3.com

Personal Statement 
My qualifications exemplify a lifetime committed to communications with achievements in radio, video and Internet media, journalism, presentation and broadcast automation.

Education 
Master of Arts Sound Arts  (2007-2008)  University of the Arts 
London College of Communications

Bachelor of Science Communications  (1991-1994) 
Eastern New Mexico University 
Portales New Mexico USA


Key Skills 
Lecturer in Media • Consultant • Programming • News Director 
• Radio Personality • Editor • Electrician • FCC Licensed 

Employment

Director - blip3 (April 2010 - present) 
• Internet Media Consultant    

Consultant -  CRI China Radio International, 
Beijing (Sept 2009 - Aug 2010) 
Expert and special advisor to Chinese State Media

Project Manager - Voice Business New Media
London  (Sept 1997 - Present) 
• Academic media content for those with learning disabilities
• Broadcast and publication
• Voice production and technical consultant

News Director  - NPR National Public Radio US
KENW (Nov 1993 - Dec 1996)
Director for regional news output  
Lecturer in presentation and broadcast skills
KZIA Operations Director 

Operations Director  - KZIA AM, ENMU University Radio
 (Aug 93 - June 94)
• Instructed undergraduate intermediate radio skills
• Responsible for studio and transmitter maintenance

News Director  - Saipan CNMI KCNM/KZMI AM/FM
(July 1991 - Aug 1992)
• News gathering, training, programming and public relations

Owner - Cable System Workshops
London UK (Nov 1988 - Aug 1991)
• Studio Engineering, design and construction

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Mark is originally from the UK and was educated in the US. From early on he had TV in his face and music in his ears.

His passion for media came in his teenage years with 'Rock After Midnight', when it was possible to receive far away 50,000 watt radio stations. This captured his imagination.

His first media job in 1982 was for a computerized radio station in Death Valley, California and not because he was a brilliant DJ, but because he was an electrician and diesel mechanic - qualifications much more useful to have around a big radio station. Gradually Mark’s skills as an all-round media guru have been honed.

His highest posting is as media consultant for the Chinese Government working in Beijing. While at China Radio International he guided media content and standards of journalistic conduct to counteract the negative perception of unsubstantiated and blatant communist propaganda.