Videography and Communications

Karen Loke; Interviewer: Alex

Videography and Media (Real Media)


The Communications Division manages internal and external communication and marketing. Their award-winning projects include the Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine, PBS television series, Passport to Texas radio series, print and video news releases, web development and newsletters. Its nationally-recognized graphics group, a 100,000-member Texas Conservation Passport Program and a consumer research group help provide Texans with the information they want and need to enjoy and conserve the outdoors.

Careers in communications include writers, artists, video producers, marketing, and information specialists. Since this division serves all facets of the department, frequent travel and nonstandard working hours are often required. Excellent communications skills are, of course, a must.

Field Videography

In the desert mountains


Then the coastal plains


Filming wildlife often requires camouflage


Raw video footage and sound is perfected in the edit bay.


Rob writes articles used in the TPWD magazine and newspapers across the state.


The marketing department creates special programs such as the Texas Conservation Passport and Discovery Passport to encourage visits to our many state parks.


Marketing also coordinates projects such as the sale of liccense plats that benefit wildlife and parks. The first license plate for sale had a horned lizard on it.


Alan serves as webmaster, coordinating many behind-the-scenes programming to help the Web site work more efficiently. He designs the home page of the TPWD Web site.



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