Lynne’s media-oriented consulting projects have spanned the world. She undertakes thorough research and learns background material quickly. When she works internationally, she takes care to learn the culture of the country she is in and adapt to it. Lynne’s United States consulting clients have included:

  • Hessian, McKase & Soderberg Law Firm, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Iowa State Board of Regents, Iowa City, Iowa
  • Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois
  • Penn State University, State College, Pennsylvania
  • Robert A. Brilliant Media Research Company, Los Angeles, California
  • Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee, Los Angeles, California
  • Public TV station KCET, Los Angeles, California
  • KHJ-TV, Channel 9, Los Angeles, California
  • The Beach Reporter, Manhattan Beach, California
  • Visa Credit Card, San Francisco, California
  • San Jose State University, San Jose, California
  • The Pasadena Center, Pasadena, California
  • Pasadena Presbyterian Church, Pasadena, California
  • Centre Films, Los Angeles, California
  • Committee on Children’s Television, Los Angeles, California
  • Hispanic Urban Center, Los Angeles, California
  • Pacific Coast Stock Exchange, Los Angeles, California
  • California State University, Northridge, California
  • California State University, Los Angeles, California
  • St. Mary’s College, Los Angeles, California

Lynne when she consulted to Southern Illinois University

Lynne’s international consulting clients have included:

  • European Broadcasting Union in Geneva, Switzerland
  • Fora Films, Moscow, Russia
  • Channel 3, Documentary Channel, Shenzhen, China
  • New Zealand Broadcasting School, Christchurch, New Zealand
  • Pacific Film and Television Commission, Gold Coast, Australia

A New Zealand studio facility where Lynne helped judge news programs

A sample of the types of consulting work Lynne has undertaken follows:

  • Recommending equipment for facilities and designing its use
  • Conducting in-service training for media professionals, students, or lay people
  • Serving as an expert witness for a case involving children’s radio
  • Conducting audience testing sessions for CBS pilots
  • Preparing material for FCC license renewal
  • Advising companies on entries into new media
  • Writing newspaper stories about local events
  • Writing newsletters about Olympic activities
  • Overseeing a videotape library for journalists at an Olympic Press Center
  • Speaking to Chinese producers about why Oprah Winfrey is so popular
  • Preparing a position paper dealing with community involvement
  • Helping Russians understand budgeting and scheduling for movie production
  • Writing material about American TV for an international journal
  • Reviewing media teaching programs at universities
  • Writing scripts for corporate videos
  • Preparing grant applications
  • Giving advice regarding internships

Lynne with her husband and personnel at the TV facility in Shenzhen, China