Teaches video editing and visual journalism
Tyler Channell joined the WVU Reed College of Media in July 2016. He teaches video editing, visual journalism, and serves as a multimedia specialist for the College’s Media Innovation Center. Before coming to WVU, Channell worked in reality TV production for History Channel’s Hatfields & McCoys: White Lightning and Billion Dollar Wreck , Comedy Central’s Tosh.0 , and MTV’s Teen Mom 2 . He also won multiple awards for his social justice film For Good , which was featured in the Accolade Global Film Competition in 2015.
Channell received two degrees from West Virginia University, a B.S. in journalism and a M.S.J. from the College of Media.