Bruce Milton is currently an Audio-Visual Production Specialist with the TSA-TV studio team at the Transportation Security Administration within the Department of Homeland Security. He is responsible for production of video messaging for the TSA workforce and the traveling public. He also provides photography support for senior leadership and live events. He joined TSA in 2009, first working with the Federal Air Marshal Service and then transitioning to the Strategic Communications and Public Affairs office at TSA HQ, where TSA-TV resides.
Mr. Milton possesses over 20 years of experience in video production, acquiring his early skills as a Communications major at James Madison University. Upon graduation, he continued his journey as a videographer in broadcast news, a caseworker for Congressman Jim Moran, and as a trainee in the Director’s Guild of America Trainee program in New York City, working on projects that include “Big Daddy,” the Christopher Reeve-directed “Rear Window” remake, the Robert DeNiro thriller “15 Minutes,” and the second season of HBO’s “Sex and the City”. After leaving the program, he ventured back to Northern Virginia and worked almost a decade at Henninger Media Services as a caption operator while pursuing his passion to produce films. He transitioned to government staff work in 2006 but continued as an independent producer with 3 short films and a feature film currently released on Amazon Prime under his belt, in addition to his work with several non-profits.
Mr. Milton lives in his hometown of Alexandria, VA, with his very patient wife and two amazing kids.
Executive Vice President and General Manager of Field & Production Operations
Stacy Brady oversees NBCU News Group’s production, bureau, field, and satellite technical operations. Her team includes the expansive editing organization as well as the media management and archival departments for NBC News. Brady also oversees an international team of engineers who provide day-to-day technical support for coverage and live-remote origination for NBC News Worldwide. Aligned closely with NBC News production and post-production teams, Brady’s organization creates an end-to-end workflow. Brady has won three Emmy Awards: in 2009 for coverage of the 2008 presidential election; in 2013 for coverage of the Boston Marathon Bombings; and again in 2013 for coverage of the Flooding in Oklahoma. She's been nominated for eight other Emmy Awards including the Terror Attacks in Brussels, Nice and Orlando; the Inauguration of President Barack Obama; the Funeral of Senator Edward Kennedy; the 2010 Mid-Term Elections; and coverage of the last combat troops departing Iraq. She is also a 2011 and 2014 recipient of the Edward R. Murrow Award. Brady covers all major global events such as presidential elections, Olympics, natural disasters as well as live remote show programming for NBC News as well as our NBCUniversal Family. She started her career at NBC in the News division in 1978, and subsequently spent 15 years as a technical manager traveling from event to event across the globe. In 2004, Brady won the GE Edison Award for The Development and Technical Innovation of the “Bloommobile” and in 2010 she won a technical Emmy for the same. The Bloommobile was the first ever live moving video in full bandwidth from the field.
Vice President of Operations and Engineering for NBC News
Jay Hurt is the Vice President of Operations and Engineering for NBC News in Washington. He oversees facility support and maintenance for all News Channel operations and for the new combined NBC Washington Bureau. Hurt and his team are responsible for providing operational support across NBC News, MSNBC, CNBC, NBC’s Digital platforms, NBC News Channel, Telemundo, and SKY News for all ENG coverage crews, studio crews, and engineering and operations departments based in both Washington and News Channel’s headquarters in Charlotte, N.C.
Senior Vice President of Design and Production for NBC News and MSNBC
Marc Greenstein is the Senior Vice President of Design and Production for NBC News and MSNBC based in New York. Greenstein is responsible for the on-air look of NBC News and MSNBC. He leads a team of designers, directors, and technologists who manage the creation of dynamic studio environments, as well as real-time augmented and on-screen graphic presentations.
Principal Engineer, NBC News Washington
Wesley Scruggs is the Principal Engineer for NBC News based in Washington. As the firsthand NABET engineer, Scruggs is responsible for the technical aspects of NBCU News Group’s Washington Bureau. With an engineering career that spans nearly 40 years, Scruggs serves as the network’s senior level technician providing support for all day-to-day engineering functions and was instrumental in the design, systems integration, and technical construction of the new bureau.