As multi-platform television journalists with expertise in media relations, The Wilson Media Group maintains a broad portfolio of experience in media campaigns and working behind the scenes to produce award winning content for television, cable, digital and streaming platforms.


Since forming The Wilson Media Group in May 2014, our media relations clients have included the City of Albuquerque, the City of Los Angeles, The Muslim Public Affairs Council and MUFG Union Bank.

In May 2015, working with Albuquerque’s Department of Economic Development and Film Office, our media production team developed video content highlighting the ABQ Epicenter master development plan and promoting the rich diversity of local talent casting in New Mexico's multi-billion dollar entertainment industry.  


In 2014, The Wilson Media Group’s successful media campaign strategy of promoting the Muslim Public Affairs Council’s “Safe Spaces” initiative on preventing and confronting the potential for home grown terrorism amplified their national profile as a critical voice on strengthening ties between the American Muslim communities, the Los Angeles Police Department, the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Our media events gained the attention of The Obama administration and led to MPAC’s participation at the multi-national 2015 White House Summit on Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) including the ISIL threat.

Retained by Christ Our Redeemer AME church in September 2014, the Wilson Media Group managed media relations for its “Civil Rights to Silver Rights” economic empowerment summit in California to promote financial literacy and economic expansion in Orange County California’s underserved minority communities. Working with nationally renowned Pastor Mark Whitlock, participants included MUFG Union Bank, Wells Fargo Bank, Banc of California, Operation Hope founder and CEO John Hope Bryant and the director of the Federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.


In November 2016, Stan took a leave from consulting after joining KOB-TV, the NBC affiliate station, as editor of the 5p, 6p, 630p and 10p prime time news casts. He is a contributor to PBS New Mexico.