Carolyn began her media career in Miami with Sally Jessy Raphael, then in Washington, DC as a news producer and writer for Maury Povich at WTTG-TV.
She was a TV reporter for the ABC affiliate in Richmond, Virginia, and covered the White House and Capitol Hill for ITNA. She returned to Miami as a newscaster/radio personality for 96X-FM. Carolyn’s documentaries have won critical acclaim from the New York Times and many industry awards. Rock Radio Revolution and Rock Jocks: The FM Revolution aired on PBS and were screened at seminars at the The Paley Center. Her evocative Wildwood Days, (PBS 2004-06) about the summer resort that gave birth to rock ‘n roll was featured at eight film festivals.
Carolyn's passion project, Airplay: The Rise and Fall of Rock Radio, was an official selection at film festivals from New York to California, winning four "Best Documentary" awards before airing on PBS. Since she wasn't able to include everyone's favorite deejays, including some of her own, Carolyn created a companion website, www.theairplaychannel.com. New material is always being added, so check back often. Suggestions and requests are welcome. She also invites everyone to visit Travisty’s two Facebook pages – “Airplay: The Rise and Fall of Rock Radio” and “Wildwood Days”.
Currently, Carolyn is in post-production on One Night In Philadelphia, a concert film co-produced by legendary deejay Jerry 'The Geator' Blavat. The concert featured Gary U.S. Bonds, The Vogues, The Tymes, Little Anthony, The Chi-Lites, Darlene Love and
"You Can Judge A Society By How It Treats Its Animals And Its Documentary Producers."