Don Wall founded Don Wall Productions in 2007, after 30 years in the TV news business. Most recently, he worked as a producer with Dallas-based 12-Forward to produce a pitch reel for the show, "On Probation," which is in production. In 2010, he produced segments for 12-Forward's CMT production, "Gator 911." In 2011, DWP produced the "D-BAT Mustangs Show," an online webcast about amateur baseball in Dallas. From 1978-1989, Don worked as a staff producer at ABC News, in New York, Dallas, and Washington. He traveled around the world, producing stories about Giant Pandas in China, endangered rhinos in Kenya, elephants in Sri Lanka, and butterflies in Mexico, with ABC correspondent, Roger Caras. The 20/20 butterfly story won two national Emmys. Don worked in the ABC Dallas Bureau for 6 years, covering two presidential campaigns. In 1989, he commuted from DFW to Washington, where he produced stories for This Week With David Brinkley and worked with ABC's Cokie Roberts. From 1989-2006, Don worked as an on-air TV reporter at WFAA TV, Dallas/Fort Worth. He started off as Fort Worth Bureau Chief, and later, became Channel 8's Environmental Reporter. In 1994, his environmental reports won the Texas Governor's Award for Environmental Excellence. In 2003, Don and photographer, Doug Burgess, won a national Edward R. Murrow Award for videography. Originally from Massachusetts, Don has lived in Arlington for 26 years, where he is passionate about Texas music, baseball, and excellence in journalism.