As an award-winning network television anchor and correspondent, Gene Randall traveled the world to record history-in-the-making. He was an eyewitness to the fall of the Berlin Wall and the liberation of Kuwait. He reported from Somalia on the American military’s humanitarian mission. Randall was in Panama on the heels of the U.S invasion. He covered the heartbreak of the Exxon Valdez oil spill disaster off the coast of Alaska. As Moscow Correspondent with NBC, and later assigned to national and global affairs with CNN, Randall chronicled the turmoil that led to the collapse of the Soviet Union and the ideological reshaping of Europe. As National Political Correspondent, Gene also reported on five U.S. Presidential campaigns.

That experience and world stage savvy form the bedrock of Gene Randall Enterprises.  It is the “go to” place for services ranging from media training, international and corporate video production and panel-moderating to hosting corporate, association and non-profit group meetings and online interviewing.

Video production

Chevron turned to Randall for a  long form video presenting the company’s side of environmental litigation in Ecuador; a U.S. Federal District Court termed the eventual  Ecuadorian court judgment against Chevron “the product of fraud and racketeering activity”, finding it “unenforceable”. Sam Singer, Singer Associates, PRWeek: “The hiring of former CNN reporter Gene Randall was a stroke of genius by Chevron…he brings great credibility to whatever he does”.

Earlier, in San Ramon, California, Gene conducted a wide-ranging on-line interview with Chevron’s then-CEO David J. O’Reilly.

Also on the international stage, Randall produced and narrated two half hour videos for the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, outlining that country’s efforts at ethnic reconciliation after three decades of civil war.  Both videos ran as paid time on all network TV outlets in Washington, DC.

In an hour-long production for a health care advocacy group, Randall spelled out the downside of a single-payer system, traveling to Canada and Great Britain to illustrate the case that “single-payer” is no panacea for a country’s health care needs. This video ran as paid time on the NBC TV station in Washington.

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Stateside, Randall emceed and moderated an all-star panel for the Professional Beauty Association Executive Summit in Scottsdale, Arizona. “It was a real pleasure to watch you at work..a true professional…” : PBA panelist Jane Buckingham, Founder and CEO, Trendera, LLC.

At a U.S. Chamber of Commerce issues-luncheon in Washington, the assignment was moderating an influential  panel focused on the BP oil spill and its ramifications for U-S energy policy.  In San Francisco, the focus fell on the North American meeting of  COLAS, world leader in road construction and maintenance. Using a talk-show format, Gene anchored a three-hour workshop promoting a corporate commitment to a culture of continuous improvement and the need to embrace change to drive future growth and profitability. Randall, for two consecutive years, led high-powered panels on U.S foreign trade for the U.S Commerce Department and the District Export Council (Tampa and Palm Springs). He also served as Emcee.

At National Harbour, Randall hosted panels on E-commerce for the Industry Data Exchange Association.

For the National Electrical Manufacturers Association, he guided an analysis of often perplexing rules for testing and standardization of electrical products in the global marketplace.

Reaction to Randall’s industry-specific webcasts for the National Association of Chain Drug Stores from Craig Fuller, former NACDS Pres. & CEO: “All of our expectations were exceeded…”
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