About Bruce Carillon
Bruce Carillon, a native of Nashville, began his career with E.W. Scripps in 1988. September 2012 will mark Carillon’s 24th year with 23 of those years spent at the News Sentinel.
Prior to joining the News Sentinel, Carillon started his newspaper career as a staff artist at the Wall Street Journal in New York. He began his career at Scripps with a move to the Cincinnati Post. While there Bruce began using computers to design and produce informational graphics.
A year later an opportunity became available for Carillon to move to the News Sentinel where he spent his first 5 years as a staff artist. In addition to working as a staff artist, he also designed and produced syndicated informational graphics for United Media, another Scripps company from 1991-2001.
In 1994, Carillon joined the News Sentinel’s newly created Systems Division as a Computer Administrator and became involved in many large projects including helping install the News Sentinel’s first Editorial pagination system, first internal electronic messaging system, first electronic Advertising ad production system, RIPs, typesetters and page output management systems while also offering user support for PC and Macintosh computers.
In 1999, he also added duties by managing the Imaging department and staff for 2 years.
In 2001, Carillon became the Systems Manager for Tech Services. Managing a staff of Computer Technicians, System Administrators and Computer Operators with responsibilities including support of all technology used by the News Sentinel.
He was named the company's Director of Information Systems in May 2010.
Carillon graduated from the University of Tennessee in 1983 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. He has been married 25 years and has two children.
05/26/2010 - current