Kenneth Daniel

  • B.A., broadcast and speech, University of South Florida, 1996
  • M.A., adult education, Central Michigan University, 2006

"Hilderbert Eusebius Suggs, my great uncle. He raced motorcycles. He invented a device to shell peanuts and his metal shop was always closed on opening day of quail season."

Kenneth Daniel | Film and television professor

Awards, recognition and honors

Recipient of the 2002 National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' Silver Circle Award for 25 years of outstanding service to the television industry; six Regional Emmy Awards


American Federation of Radio and Television Artists, Screen Actors Guild National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Board of Governors, International Documentary Association

Previous Positions

Professor, The Art Institute of Atlanta; production manager, Metro Atlanta; executive producer/local production, Georgia Public Broadcasting; executive producer, "Georgia Digest"; producer, "The 43rd Annual Puppeteers of America"; producer/director, "Do You Want to Win?"; producer/director, "The Wally Botkin Show"; producer/director, "Georgia Forum"; producer/director, "Power Switch"; producer/director, "By Line"; director, "The Lawmakers"

Publications and presentations

  • "The Art of Field Dressing," Georgia Outdoor News, 1997
  • "Trophy," Southern Sportsman, 1998
  • "The Lure of the Hunt," Southern Sportsman, 2001
  • "Flying Dragons," children's novel, currently submitted for publication