Pushing It Gets An Emmy Nomination!

Pushing It Episode Five was nominated for an Emmy in New York in 2014!
As Creator and Executive Producer
I developed, sold and executive produced this episodic reality show for NBC's Cozi TV. It features the crazy antics of celeb-trainer Jenny Skoog and a few of her driven clients, all moms or moms-to-be.

  • Reuters Insider

    2009 to 2011
    Editor, Specials and Planning
    Reuters Insider, which launched in Spring 2010, is an online video project the New York Times called YouTube for traders. I oversaw a team of assignment editors, field producers and production assistants and dealt with CMS and other platform issues. I was responsible for the planning and execution of specials including coverage of the G8 and G20 in Canada. I coordinated Insider planning, stories and projects with other TV, text and multimedia departments. Click to view
  • The Wall Street Journal Online

    Executive Producer
    I developed and launched a live online news show for WSJ.com called The News Hub. It’s an unscripted, short program that literally walks a camera over to a reporter's desk for up to the second info on breaking stories. The development stages included doing the talent search, graphics and open development, editorial direction development and focus group feedback. Once launched, I line produced the live show. Click to view
  • BusinessWeek TV

    2005 to 2009 Senior Producer I oversaw the team that produced this nationally syndicated consumer news show, which reached almost 2-million homes weekly.  In addition to determining the editorial direction of the show, editing scripts, writing and lining the show, I produced a few packages myself. Click to view
  • Global National with Kevin Newman

    Global National with Kevin Newman — 2003 to 2005 Senior Producer I was responsible for developing stories from my region for this acclaimed national nightly news broadcast. I often travelled with the anchor and worked on other network projects like our live coverage of the Grammy Awards Red Carpet, and documentaries. Click to view
  • CNBC

    1993 to 2003 Field Producer, London Bureau Chief, and a bunch of jobs in between. At CNBC I travelled the globe interviewing everyone from Fidel Castro during the Pope's visit to Cuba to Dennis Rodman at the height of his marketing clout. I covered the unrest in Israel, two Olympics, the Brazil Elections, two Superbowls, a few U.S. Opens, and the .com bust. I interviewed and profiled too many CEO’s to name and regularly produced a Five Cities, Five Days Power Lunch Road Show – down the east coast, the California coast and the Midwest. Click to view