Hello. We are a husband and wife NYC Video production company with a combined 55 years of Broadcast Television, Network and MultiMedia experience. Our resume includes ABC, CBS, NBC, WCBS, VH1, The Wall Street Journal, MarketWatch and Barron’s. Our work individually has been recognized with the following awards: George Foster Peabody, Sabew, Edward R. Murrow and Emmy nominations.
About Michael Iannuzzi
Michael Iannuzzi is an award winning director of videography with a stunning list of credentials. Name a major news event and it islikely Michael has covered it for a major network. A snapshot of his career includes Campaign 2012, Presidential Debates, Penn State Scandal and Trial, MLB Opening Day; Hurricanes Irene, Sandy, Hugo and Andrew, Tornado Joplin Missouri, US Senate Race in Anchorage Alaska 2010, Gulf OilSpill 2010, Michael Jordan’s wins, retirement and return, John Wayne Gacy’s execution, American Eagle plane crash, 1993 Bill Clinton’s bus tour, 1994 Presidential election and inauguration. His incredible shooting and lighting skills has Michael in demand for the big interviews, which is a who’s who’s list of politicians, actors and actresses, writers and sports stars. Recently he videotaped interviews with Rahm Emanuel and his brothers, Maya Angelo, NBA’s Kobe Bryant, Legendary Coach Bobby Knight. Michael has worked in NYC for nearly 20 years and some of his clients include ABC, World News Tonight, Nightline, 20/20, CBS Evening News, The Early Show, Sunday Morning, 60 Minutes II, 48 Hours, NBC Nightly News, Today Show, Dateline, CNBC, MSNBC and others. Corporate clients include eHow, Office Depot and Tropicana.
About Julie Iannuzzi
Julie Iannuzzi, a former Senior Executive Director, Executive Producer, Producer, has vast experience and a long record of success in network broadcasting and digital media; managing multi-million dollar budgets, launching domestic and international programming; innovation in merging print, video and digital media; live-streaming online and on multiple platforms and special events. She is one of the original founders for video at The Wall Street Journal’s Digital Video Initiative. She has developed and launched digital programming and documentaries like “The End of Wall Street”, “The DC Bureau”, “WSJ Live” and more. While news has been the backbone of her career, Julie also spearheaded VH1’s transformation from a post-production house to a live programming unit. She oversaw the news department, documentaries, events and specials including live pre and post Grammy’s shows, Diva’s Concerts, 7 Days of 70’s, 8 Days of 80’s, Documentary like Dying in Vein, and Artist of the Year (Celine Dion).
The Newsonomics of WSJ Live
The News Hub Launch