TedTV, Inc. is a Houston, Texas based video content production company specializing in Digital News & Sports Gathering services, the development, production and sale of episodic television programming, and media training for those seeking careers in Broadcast Journalism.
Owner, Ted A. Irving, began his career as a cable-grip and camera man for John Crowe Productions of Houston, then moved on to become a news editor for ABC KTRK Houston. Ted provided contract video news editing for KPRC NBC two and worked full-time as a news editor and sports photographer for KRIV Fox 26 Houston. As sports photographer, Ted interviewed many professional athletes such as Kobe Bryant, Shaq, Charles Barkley, Hakeem Olajuwon, Grant Hill and many others. His news photography experience has also led to his interviewing President George H. Bush, Ric Flair and Goldberg of WWE.
TedTV has provided digital media services for clients such as CBS MaxPreps National High School Sports, BBN3 corporate productions, Brian Smith Construction & Inspection, The Steve Francis Summer Fiesta, NFL Player Jaime Sharper, National Urban League, and many others. In addition, Ted has worked in educational media as an instructor with the Jack Yates School of Communication, the Director & Instructor of the Hightower High School Digital Media Academy from 1999 until 2011, an adjunct professor with the Houston Community College Digital Film program, adjunct professor with the Art Institute of Houston and finally a full-time instructor with the Art Institute.
Ted continues to freelance through his partnerships with BBN3 and CBS MaxPreps and as a producer on Straight Talk with Lloyd Gite. His community service extends to the National Fulbright Association after receiving a 2006 Japan Fulbright Memorial Fund Fellowship. Ted is currently a member of the National Fulbright Association Houston chapter, the Sam Houston State University Alumni Board, and the Xi Kappa Lambda chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
Ted earned his BFA in Radio, TV & Film from the Sam Houston State University Dan Rather School of Communications in 1992, his Master of Arts: Telecommunications degree from Texas Southern University in 2003, a Japan Fulbright Memorial Fund Fellowship in 2006 and his certification in CBS 60 Minutes Style Production from the Maine International Film & Video Workshops in 2001.