Bob Bowdon is the Executive Director of Choice Media, an education reform news service that produces a daily newswire, Twitter feed, original videos, and the Ed Reform Minute daily podcast. Bowdon directed two popular documentary on the subject of education policy. His first, The Cartel, was a film about corruption in public education that won twelve film festival awards, a national theatrical release, and distribution from Warner Brothers. His new film, The Ticket, is about seven forms of school choice in seven states across the country. In his non-education reform endeavors, Bowdon has appeared as the recurring character Brian Scott for the Onion News Network, reporting fake, satirical news stories for both seasons of the Onion's IFC cable channel show, and web videos. He also hosted Two-Way Street a nationally syndicated PBS public policy debate show. Before that, Bowdon spent six years as an anchor/reporter for Bloomberg Television. Prior to his media career, Bowdon earned a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University and a M.S. in Engineering Management from Stanford University.