Miskevich leads PBS SoCal’s content operations, responsible for the development and technical delivery of local and national content to the region’s viewers. He joined PBS SoCal in 1979, rising in the ranks from production assistant. In his career, Miskevich launched dozens of local productions, and coordinated the growth of the station’s digital channels and the transition from analog to HD content workflow. Additionally, he served as the station’s on-air pledge producer from 1985-2013, raising the funds necessary for the station to transition from being community college-owned to independent. He began his career as an intern at PBS stations WSBE-TV in Providence and at WNET-TV in New York. Throughout his career, Miskevich has won two Los Angeles Area Emmy awards and two Golden Mike awards.
Miskevich holds a B.A. in Semiotics from Brown University – where he was the president of the Brown University Gay Students Association and had a public role in LGBTQ issues at the university and in the community. Today, he serves on the board of Brown Club OC, and each year coordinates Brown alumni interviews with local high school students applying to the university.