In a journalism career that took him from cub reporter to editor of Montana’s largest newspaper, Kinetic’s Steve Prosinski has worked with many of the nation’s best newspaper writers, photographers, graphic designers and marketers.
Our clients now benefit from the skills he developed in his over 30 years of writing, editing, planning and managing great people and challenging projects.
With Kinetic since 2014, Steve has put his considerable talents to work in writing and developing concepts for a wide variety of clients, including national recreation and transportation companies, regional energy and telecommunications firms and local retailers and nonprofits.
A native of Buffalo, Wyoming, he earned his journalism degree from the University of Wyoming. He started his career in Powell, Wyoming, as a reporter/photographer. He worked at the Gazette for four years before spending 15 years at The San Diego Union-Tribune, where he was a senior editor.
In 2000, he returned to The Gazette as editor of the largest paper in the region, supervising more than 75 newsroom staff. He bid adieu to his editor’s chair in 2013 – the fifth year in a row that The Gazette was recognized by the Montana Newspaper Association as the best paper in the state.
Our clients appreciate Steve’s excellent writing in all their communication and marketing pieces. And the Kinetic staff appreciates his skills, experience and leadership.
More about Steve:
- He tried surfing – once – during his time in San Diego. The locals had a great laugh.
- He’s broken three arms – at age 5, 10 and 15. He was a nervous 20-year-old, but broke the curse, not another arm.
- His favorite reporting assignment? Flying for nine hours in an B-52, electronically “bombing” targets during a low-level mission across Wyoming, Montana and Idaho.