Tony Seton Communications
Award-winning broadcast journalist...political consultant...writer...photographer...pilot
Much of Tony's time of late has been spent in writing and publishing. He has edited and published more than 20 books in the last two years, most of them his own, including six novels and five volumes of short stories featuring Francie LeVillard, the world's finest consulting detective. Go to SetonPublishing.com.
Defending the Innocent
Several noble men of the medical profession were shamefully smeared by reporters who were fed lies by their competitors. So Tony was hired to produce a website rebutting line by line the scurrilous attacks. He also produced a video -- Smart Doctors, Brilliant Machine -- which illuminates their integrity and foresight, and a television commercial to draw attention to the video.
Tony has been called "an electrifying public speaker." Styling himself as a "Motivational Patriot," he speaks to audiences small and large about the need to get America back on track. His talks have ranged from a A Progressive-Conservative Political Platform to Sherlock Holmes and the Question of Evil.
Tony consults businesses, civic groups, leading politicians, and individuals, enabling them to Manage the Media by providing media training, as well as guidance to design and implement strategies and tactics related to public relations, marketing, advertising, audio and video production, and website development.
Tony has written, produced, directed, and reported live and taped broadcasts for radio and television, both commercial and public, network and local, winning a number of national awards. He has produced more than a thousand hours of programming and commercials. Here are a few samples:
Tony wrote a weekly "Great Lives" profiles for The Carmel Pine Cone. (Click to see a sample.)
He was a senior writer for 65 Degrees magazine. (Click to see his work along with a profile written about him.)
And he penned restaurant reviews and other pieces for the Monterey County Weekly. Click here for a sample.
Tony came late to aviation -- age 49 -- but thinks it was the most important move in his life. He has written extensively about the thrill of learning to fly and aviation, for both print and electronic media. Here is some of his work:
Tony got started in professional communications at age 19, on April Fool's Day 1970, working as a $73-a-week copy-boy on the overnight assignment desk at ABC Network Television News in New York...more
Tony lives in Carmel, California and can be most easily be reached by email.
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