An award-winning journalist and producer with more than thirty years experience, George O. Bryant is a graduate of Iowa State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications. He has worked in four local television markets, including the CNN network. He has also written, produced and narrated the documentary, "Westfield," and hosted several local magazine shows in Atlanta.
Mr. Bryant's journalism achievements include:
1989 EMMY Southern Regional Sports "DEION AND THE MEDIA"
1990 EMMY Southern Regional General Reporting "ATLANTA WINS OLYMPICS"
1990 EMMY Southern Regional Feature Reporting "NINTENDO"
1991 Georgia Associated Press-Sports "ATLANTA BRAVES MIRACLE SEASON"
1988 Society of Professional Journalists Green Eye Shade Finalist Sports "ERNIE JOHNSON"
2005 Peabody Award CNN Contributor: Coverage of Hurricane Katrina & Aftermath
2005 Alfred | DuPont-Columbia University Awards Contributor: Coverage of Tsunami in South Asia
Additionally, George is an actor in the film industry. His credits include:
TV-FILM: "The Secret She Kept" "The Quad" "Dynasty" "Good Girls" "Acrimony" "Homestead"
COMMERCIALS: "The General" Physicians Mutual Cooper Tires Georgia Power Church's
VOICE OVER "Canary"— audio book Mini Cooper — Radio Publix — Radio Georgia Lottery — Radio
George is also involved in a number of community service programs in Metro Atlanta