Savanna Cyr

Savanna Cyr

Studio Manager

Savanna here, representing the next generation of storytellers! I am aspiring to become a live broadcast director. My enthusiasm for directing began while attending the University of Oregon, where I served as the Director of Operations for the school’s television station, Duck TV. I collaborated with news and sports producers to determine the presentation of live episodes televised on Oregon Public Broadcast Channel 23.

 After graduation in June 2019, my passion for broadcast journalism led me to seek opportunities in Joplin, Missouri, and become a TV and digital reporter for the NBC affiliate, KSNF Local News. There I recognized how thrilling it is to create memorable story content, but not always in the form of a 1:00 or 00:30 news package. So, to grow as a young professional and learn to develop stories behind the scenes, I moved to the city where I was born but never lived – Las Vegas!

 In March 2020, I reestablished my production skills as a freelance utility working alongside the travel crews during the Raiders inaugural season at Allegiant Stadium. There I met Antony Miller and was introduced to the COOP team. 

 As the COOP’s Studio Manager, I make sure all operations run smoothly in and out of the office and assist the team on sets. Simultaneously, I contribute my production skills in town by working various broadcast positions like assistant directing Omaha Production’s Eli and Peyton Manning 2022 Super Bowl Party, stage managing talent during the Vegas Golden Knights hockey games, and assisting camera operators during UFC and FOX Premier Boxing Champions events. These experiences have inspired me to grow, earn a desire to challenge my production skills and achieve the role of director.

 When I’m not on a production gig, you can find me at the barre (reread that phrase, if you may)—connecting mind, body, and soul as a fitness instructor.