Dale Wyman is the Digital Media Production Specialist at the Arizona Peace Officers Standards and Training Board and is the owner, along with his wife Nancy, of the Emmy® Award winning Top Prospect Video Productions, LLC – “Professional College Recruitment Videos for the Serious High School Athlete.”
Dale produces digital media based training programs distributed to 16,000+ certified law enforcement officers in the State of Arizona. He designs, develops and produces digital media ELearning and distance learning training courses.
A two-time Emmy® Award winning producer/director, Dale brings over 26 years of broadcast production and promotional experience to AZ POST and Top Prospect Video Productions, LLC.
Dale’s journey began in Kalispell, Montana, where he was team manager and statistician for his high school athletic teams. His passion for journalism and television was as equally important to him as his passion for sports.
Upon graduation from high school Dale attended the University of Montana in Missoula, and immediately went to work for the Sports Information department.
His first television experience was at KCFW-TV in Kalispell, Montana, as an intern in the news department. After he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Radio/Television from UM he was hired by KECI-TV, also in Missoula.
Three years later Dale was hired by KVBC-TV (now KSNV-TV) in Las Vegas, Nevada, as a Creative Services Producer/Director. He quickly moved up the ladder to become the Director of Creative Services & Production where he managed 39 employees in two departments.
While at KVBC-TV Dale garnered over 155 awards, including an Emmy® Award and two awards for “TV Manager of the Year”. All his accolades were awarded for his videography, editing, promotional spots, and creative ideas.
He was a loyal employee at the station for more than 22 years before moving on to KCRA-TV in Sacramento, California, and KOAT-TV in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He was the Creative Services Director for both of these Hearst stations.
Since moving to Glendale, Arizona, in March of 2011, he has been very involved in the community. Along with his involvement with NATAS, he has volunteered for various organizations including the high school where his child attends and has also volunteered as a coach/statistician for his sons’ baseball teams.