Ron Anderson surrounded by
then high tech media hardware at his disposal during the
Peace Corps years in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. To view one of
his Peace Corps films and read background notes on its making,
Established in the mid 1980’s, Ron Anderson Services was initially a
between-times pursuit of its founder and namesake who, in those
days, was a freelance writer, producer, director and editor looking
to affix a business name on his burgeoning contract service efforts.
Too engaged with other creative endeavors at the time to lavish much
effort in the pursuit of a catchy trade name, practicality prevailed
and Ron Anderson Services was born.
In the years since its
founding, the enterprise has provided services to television
ventures in the broadcast, cable and new media realms—said services
ranging from the aforementioned writing, producing and directing to
more recent projects involving facility design and cost analysis,
broadcast automation systems and software authoring.
to launching his services company, Ron Anderson spent time as a
radio disc jockey, television producer-director-writer, Peace Corps
Volunteer, film production company Vice President, audio-visual
director for an international Olympic sports program, television
production and operations manager and an advertising agency
broadcast producer. Subsequent to the company’s founding, he has
been a production and operations manager in the cable and broadcast
television industries and authored a variety of software solutions
targeting improved efficiency and accuracy in the handling of data
and operational tasks.
During his career, Ron Anderson has
received numerous national, regional and local awards for his
creative pursuits from such organizations as the National Freedom
Foundation, New York International Film & TV Festival, American
Advertising Federation, Denver Advertising Federation and the
Colorado Broadcaster’s Association.
A life long legacy from
his Peace Corps experience, Anderson is fluent in Spanish.
He is a graduate of the University of Denver.