Paul Daugherty
Instructor
Journalism

 Office: Armory 203E

Instructor Paul Daugherty joined the faculty in fall 2005 to teach broadcast production classes.

He was a producer/director at Rocky Mountain PBS from 1995 to 2002. He has produced, photographed, edited or directed numerous documentaries and public affairs shows, among them Urban Ark—The Story of the Denver Zoo and Covering Columbine. His independent projects are multimedia productions such as a series about zookeepers, shot in Kenya, Australia and New Zealand; and the documentary Jump Steak, which traces the issues and concerns behind the human consumption of kangaroos.

On campus, he directs numerous productions and is the faculty advisor for the Emmy-winning science video podcast series CU Science Update. He teaches Principles of Broadcast Production, NewsTeam and Advanced Video Camera and Editing.

He served for 10 years on the Board of Governors for the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Heartland Chapter. He currently serves on the board for Boulder Community Media.

Daugherty earned a master’s degree in broadcast news and management from CU-Boulder.