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Dr. Jim Humphries

Location: Colorado
Website: http://PetDocsOnCall.com


Dr. Humphries is a 1977 graduate of Texas A&M University's College of Veterinary Medicine. In his 25 year career in the public media, Jim has been involved in every aspect of production and management of print, radio, television and Internet communications. Dr. Humphries built his full-time media career from a once a week reporter slot on the ABC affiliate in Dallas-Ft. Worth to appearances with CNN Morning News, Discovery, Animal Planet, Family Channel, AP Radio Network, Business Radio Network, Sirius Radio Network, USA Radio and many others. Jim has been a regular contributor on CBS The Early Show since 1990. He has written, produced and syndicated three television series on four cable networks. Jim has served as spokesperson on 25 national media tours for a variety of industry concerns and has given well over 4,500 television interviews in every major market in the country. Having hosted three national talk radio programs on over 1,200 radio stations, he has answered over 30,000 phone calls on every conceivable pet health topic. Dr. Jim has written for The Dallas Times Herald, The Bottom Line Personal, Family Circle Magazine, PR Insider and authored several consumer books. Dr. Humphries owns DVMedia, an award winning video production company in Colorado Springs touting 23 National Telly Awards! Today Jim is considered one of the best media trainers in the country because of his level of experience on both sides of the camera. He currently heads The Veterinary News Network. VNN is a network of 400 veterinary reporters delivering local news reports nationwide. VNN produces news media stories for local veterinarians to customize and deliver as a specialty contributor to news. www.MyVNN.com. Jim is a commercial pilot, third degree martial arts instructor, public speaker and motorcycle enthusiast.