About Rich DubekPresident, Dubek Media Group
Dubek Media Group President Rich Dubek is a two-time Emmy winning television news reporter and is currently a freelance reporter/producer for NBC News and the Today Show.
Prior to network news, Rich spent twenty years reporting in Phoenix and Tucson. As Senior News Reporter at the number one NBC station in Phoenix, Rich reported on some of the biggest news stories in Arizona history including the Rodeo-Chediski Fire, the hit and run Trial of Bishop Thomas O’Brien, and the police pursuit of the men known as the Serial Shooters and the Baseline Killer. In fact, Rich broke the national story that the serial shooters had been arrested. His series of stories on the car accident of Jessie Ramirez changed right to life laws in Arizona with a new law on the books, known as Jessie’s Law. The Ramirez family credits Rich and these stories for saving Jessie’s life. Rich has won numerous reporting awards, including two Rocky Mountain Emmy wins, five Emmy Nominations, and two Associated Press Awards.
In 2008, Rich left local news to start AZ Freelance TV, a freelance media company specializing in network news media, private and government sector full service video production, and digital media training and coaching.
In 2015, AZ Freelance TV changed it’s name to the Dubek Media Group, or DMG. Today, we are one of the premier video production and digital media training companies in the country with a long list of clients in Arizona, the southwest, and nationwide. Our award winning video teams specialize in creating high quality corporate, web and government videos (click here to see some of our videos).
Rich is also one of just a few media trainers worldwide actively working in television network news. His clients over the years have included three gubernatorial candidates, the federal government, Arizona state government, athletes, dozens of CEO’s, doctors, celebrities, various spokespersons and many non-profits. (Click here for media training info)
The Dubek Media Group is based in Tempe, Arizona.