Sunny Gault is the CEO of MediaSun Inc, a production company specializing in content development for episodic television and internet programming, based in San Marcos, California. MediaSun Inc. launched its first television pilot “San Diego Experience” on San Diego’s FOX and UPN affiliates in February 2006. Sunny was also creator, executive producer, and co-host of the weekly, entertainment magazine series. In addition to growing her company, Sunny also partnered with DECA (Digital Entertainment Corporation of America) to launch the Webby nominated internet series, “Momversation”, a candid conversation starring the web’s top female bloggers. Sunny was previously the host and associate producer for “Dog and Pony”, another DECA production featuring interviews with innovators shaking up the business world. In September 2006, Sunny began working for Veoh Networks and was the creator, executive producer and host of their internet series, “Viral”. “Viral” was nominated for two Webby Awards in its inaugural season, received an honorary Webby for its final season and was viewed more than 20 million times. Sunny attended The Ohio State University and graduated magna cum laude from Ohio University’s Scripps School of Journalism in June 2000.
To seek opportunities that enhance my career by challenging me, while highlighting the best of my abilities.
Sep 2005 - Present
MediaSun, Inc is my one-person production company dedicated to developing show ideas. It’s also the company name I use for freelance and personal projects. The company’s most notable project was the launch of the television pilot, San Diego Experience, an entertainment magazine television series, which aired on San Diego’s FOX and UPN affiliates in February 2006.
Jan 2009 - Present
I’ve learned a lot about producing quality web video, so now I’m teaching others. My one day class covers everything needed to produce and distribute professional web video including equipment, lighting, sound, shooting, editing and promoting your work to a global audience.
Aug 2008 - Jul 2009
I partnered with DECA (Digital Entertainment Corporation of America) to produce the internet series, Momversation, a candid conversation starring the web’s top female bloggers, which was nominated for a Webby its inaugural season. I was also host and associate producer for DECA’s series Dog and Pony, a show featuring fast-paced interviews with innovators shaking up the business word.
Sep 2006 - Jun 2008
I created my own position at the internet video start-up, Veoh Networks. After pursuing my own videoblog called Anchor in PJs, I discovered a need for online content creators to network with one another. So, I created an internet series for Veoh Networks called Viral, which was also referred to as the “TV Guide of the Internet”. I produced, hosted and edited four seasons of the show, totaling 90 episodes. Viral was nominated for two Webby awards, was an official Webby Honoree and was viewed more than 20 million times.
Jan 2005 - Aug 2005
Freelance News Reporter/Writer
I joined the FOX6 news team shortly after getting married and moving to beautiful sunny San Diego. It was a major market jump for me, so I started by doing some freelance writing for the FOX in the Morning show. That eventually lead to freelance reporting for the morning show and evening newscast.
Jun 2002 - Aug 2004
Washington rain was no match for me. Actually, Yakima is known for their 300 days of yearly sunshine, so I was quite happy. While there, I was the NBC affiliate’s main news anchor/reporter for their early and late night newscasts. I also produced/hosted news briefs for the morning shows of a locally-owed radio station group. When I needed to burn off some energy, I taught step and spinning classes at the Yakima YMCA.
Jun 2000 - Jun 2002
This was my first “official” job in the television industry. I was hired exactly three days after graduating with my degree in broadcast news (Actually, I received a “B.S.” in Journalism, which I still find extremely humorous). I immediately moved to Marquette, where I was a main news anchor/reporter for the NBC affiliate. I also updated stories on the station’s website and submitted regular news alerts to viewer’s cell phones. In my “spare” time, I was the head coach for the Northern Michigan University dance team.