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Sean Myers

In my current role as an Investigative Producer at NBC Bay Area, I utilize data-driven reporting, open source investigative techniques and multimedia production chops to support our Investigative Unit. I build news applications and maps to research and visualize topics like property ownership, natural disasters and nuclear contamination. I analyze data that was scraped from publicly available sources or obtained through records requests. I also produce Sand Hill Road, a weekly podcast hosted by Scott McGrew that covers venture capital in Silicon Valley and beyond. Previously, I was a Digital Special Projects Producer on NBC Bay Area’s Digital Innovation Team.

I co-created, co-directed and co-wrote “The Moms of Magnolia Street,” an NBC Bay Area investigative docuseries that won a George Foster Peabody Award and an Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award. My reporting and various contributions to bodies of work have also earned National and Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards, Society of Professional Journalists honors including a James Madison Freedom of Information Act Award, press club honors in both the Bay Area and Los Angeles and an Emmy Award for investigative reporting.

Prior to becoming a journalist, I worked for six years as a full-time sound engineer and production manager at Doug Weston’s Troubadour, a world famous music venue in Los Angeles that has launched the careers of musicians, comedians and entertainers for the past 65 years. I had the pleasure of working with a range of artists including Prince, Foo Fighters, Haim and The Roots featuring John Legend. I began there as an 18-year-old intern, became the head of production at 21 and then transitioned out of a full-time role a few years later to pursue academic degrees.

I am a proud graduate of Santa Monica College, where I earned an Associate degree in Liberal Arts and Humanities. I continued my studies at the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at the University of Southern California, where I earned a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast and Digital Journalism. While at Annenberg, I helped create the Interactives Desk and a special projects vertical called NEON for USC Annenberg Media. I was also part of a 360 video team that covered the 2017 Presidential Inauguration for the NY Times and the Women’s March on Washington for NPR.

Current Job Title

Investigative Producer


NBC Bay Area

Market Number



San Francisco Bay Area, California, United States

Year Graduated


Degree / Major

Broadcast and Digital Journalism

Previous Jobs:

Digital Special Projects Producer, NBC Bay Area
Digital Content Producer, NBC Los Angeles
Podcast Producer, USC Annenberg Innovation Lab
Digital Innovation Intern, NBC Owned Television Stations
Digital Intern, NBC Los Angeles
Production Manager, Troubadour, Los Angeles
Live Sound Engineer, Troubadour, Los Angeles

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