Owner + Founder
Creative Visionary, TV Personality, Executive Producer
Ky Meyer is a television veteran with nearly two decades in front and behind the camera. Her love for people and storytelling has taken her all over the country, creating a well-known platform of creativity and dynamic digital content.
Ky grew up in Washington state and graduated with honors from Eastern Washington University. Once into her TV career, she spent time in New York, Miami, Seattle and Los Angeles before moving to Houston. She's taken the lead with such award-winning roles as prime time news anchor and reporter, executive producer, writer, radio personality, TV host and photographer.
Back in 2010, Ky moved to Houston to develop and launch the country’s first ever non-traditional, anchor-less newscast called Newsfix. What started as a prime time show on Houston’s CW Network, soon grew to three shows in Houston and the launch of Newsfix in Dallas and Miami. Ky also took her love for music and created the first television segment for creative artists in Houston called Tuned In with Ky Meyer. The popular segment ran weekly on CW39. During its nearly seven year run, Ky made a name for herself as the first female host on Newsfix and the first broadcast journalist to put southern bands and artists on television in the city. Her undeniable passion helped elevate creators and push the envelop with stories never before told on TV.
After nearly two decades in television and launching six shows in three major TV markets, Ky knew it was time to break ground on a new venture as her own boss and multi-media leader.
In 2016, Ky founded Kollective Media, a full-service, creative marketing and content agency located in the heart of Downtown Houston. You can find Ky in her element as a creative visionary and producer for projects spanning the country, involving digital and immersive experiences through music, art, film, and fashion.
Ky’s hope is that her journey helps pave the way for women and anyone looking to think outside the box to create the life they want.
See more about Ky here.