GENEALOGY ROADSHOW Films in New Orleans
GENEALOGY ROADSHOW episode tapings are currently scheduled for New Orleans on September 6 and 7, 2014. More details to come.
Saturday, September 6
9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Board of Trade Building
535 S. Clark St
Sunday, September 7
9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
701 Chartres at Jackson Square
Federation of Genealogical Societies
Best Books & Rich Treasures
Bluebonnet Regional Branch Library
Le Comité des Archives de la Louisiane
LS3 Studios, LLC
Learn more about Season 2 of GENEALOGY ROADSHOW by clicking here!
GENEALOGY ROADSHOW is produced by Krasnow Productions. President and owner Stuart Krasnow is a long-time television industry veteran, having worked for all of the country’s top broadcasters in news and entertainment, as well as at numerous cable networks as a creator and executive producer. The series is represented in the U.S. by Pat Quinn of Quinn Media Management and packaged with PBS by APA. The series is also Executive Produced by TV veteran Carlos Ortiz who has produced mega hits for almost every major network on television. He brings twenty years of development, and producing experience to the table and returns to PBS for his second season on the series.
THE GENEALOGY ROADSHOW has been a huge hit in Ireland, where national public broadcaster RTE commissioned this original format from producer Big Mountain Productions.
About Big Mountain Productions
Big Mountain originated the Genealogy Roadshow format, and recently aired the second season in Ireland on RTE Television. Run by husband-and-wife team Jane Kelly and Philip McGovern, who are former BBC/RTE executive producers, Big Mountain originates and produces television shows for national broadcasters, specializing in hybrid shows that combine great content and entertainment value including: The Tenements, Life in the Big House, Craftmaster, Living the Eviction and the music-mentoring show Jam. For more information: bigmountainproductions.com.
About Krasnow Productions
Krasnow Productions is named for its founder and president, Stuart Krasnow, a 30-year veteran television producer. Under his banner, Krasnow has developed and produced series in almost every genre of unscripted television for broadcast and cable networks, including The Weakest Link, Average Joe, Dog Eat Dog and The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency. Krasnow Productions also sold and produced Searching For…, one of the first original series to be produced for Oprah Winfrey's OWN network. Additionally Krasnow Productions has sold and produced original projects for NBC, A&E, TBS, GSN, MTV, HGTV, E!, and Fremantlemedia.
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