George Kilpatrick is a respected multimedia advocate for the quiet majority of people who are models of success but whose stories often go untold.
A New York City native, Kilpatrick provides talent, leadership, and production, in television and radio. Kilpatrick is a talk show host, producer, morning drive news anchor, and columnist. His uplifting social commentary "The Kilpatrick Report" appears monthly.
He produces and co-hosts "Hour CNY", on WCNY TV, one of the longest locally produced television talk shows in Upstate New York. Kilpatrick received the 2002 Media Award from the New York State Association of Retarded Citizens (NYSARC) for best television show in New York State raising awareness about mental retardation.
Kilpatrick is host, creator, and producer, of "Access with George Kilpatrick", on WCNY TV, providing a forum for underrepresented voices. Viewers describe feeling more comfortable standing up for what they believe in because of the show.
Kilpatrick also produces "Central Issues", WCNY TV's prime time award winning public affairs program of hot stories, newsmakers, and divergent views. He is proud of his efforts to use the power of this program to reduce youth violence. Kilpatrick organized a community collaboration that assisted crime victims with their grief, while exploring the intergenerational conflict between elders and youth.
Understanding the intimacy, portability, and immediacy of radio, Kilpatrick stars in a radio program that bears his name the "George Kilpatrick Show" on Clear Channel Radio WSYR.
George Kilpatrick lends his time and talents to creating a better community for all. Kilpatrick was the driving force, and one of the lead organizers, and founders for the first ever Juneteenth celebration in Syracuse, N.Y. The event is now one of the city's largest.