Currently residing in Germantown, Maryland, Brian Wilson serves as the President of Right Tone Communications, a firm providing media training, message development, and advanced broadcast training to individuals, corporations, and nonprofit organizations. Before founding Right Tone Communications in September 2010, Brian Wilson served for more than 30 years as a broadcast journalist. Brian Wilson began his career in journalism as a teenager, earning a number of awards for his work in Texas radio news by the time he was 19. He made the move from radio to television in Amarillo, Texas, at the age of 21. Relocating to Mobile, Alabama, Wilson served as Reporter and Anchor at WKRG-TV. After two years, Brian Wilson earned a position as a Reporter and Anchor at the Washington, D.C., Fox affiliate WTTG-TV, primarily covering Capitol Hill. In 1992, Brian Wilson earned a position as Co-Host of the Emmy Award-winning Fox Morning News. Brian Wilson was hired by Fox News Channel six years later to serve as a Host, Anchor, and Senior Correspondent. At the national cable news channel, Brian Wilson became a well-known anchor across the country. He hosted several shows, including a Washington, D.C.-based weekend program, and also served as the network’s congressional correspondent from 2003 to 2006. In 2010, Brian Wilson left the network to found Right Tone Communications. In addition to general media training and message refinement services, Right Tone Communications and Brian Wilson offer Broadcaster’s Bootcamp, an advanced training program for those looking to improve their skills and break out of small or medium markets. As a highly successful TV journalist, Brian Wilson has experienced the process that successfully elevates a new broadcaster from lesser markets into major city or national roles. Beginning with a detailed critique of clients’ audition reels, Brian Wilson and Right Tone Communications provide Broadcaster’s Bootcamp enrollees with the skills they need to advance their careers by working to improve on-camera skills and presentation strategies.