BRAVO MEDIA BOLSTERS PRODUCTION TEAM ADDING KATHLEEN FRENCH AND TODD RADNITZ
New York - April 18, 2031 - On the heels of announcing its largest slate of original programming-to-date with 17 new and 18 returning unscripted series, Bravo Media strengthens its production team by hiring Kathleen French and Todd Radnitz as Vice Presidents of Current Production. The announcement was made today by Shari Levine, Senior Vice President Current Production/Original Programming for Bravo Media, to whom they will both report. Based in Los Angeles, Kathleen French will serve as executive producer on "Chef Roble & Co." as well as new series "Ladies of London" (working title), "Southern Charm" and "Courtney Loves Dallas." Also based on the West Coast, Todd Radnitz will continue to serve as executive producer on hit series "Married to Medicine" and "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" along with the recently announced "City Sisters," "Taking Atlanta" (working title), and "Property Envy."
Emmy(R) Award winning, French previously served as a line producer at Comedy Central in NYC before relocating to Los Angeles and joining Fox Television Stations Productions where she produced "Totally Hidden Video" and "America's Most Wanted." She went on to join Fox News where she developed and produced the Emmy(R) Award winning network prime-time news magazine show, "Front Page." She went on to developed and produced the PBS Emmy(R) Award winning series, "Future Quest." French joined Evolution Media as a partner and Executive Producer in 2000. During her time with the independent production company she developed and produced specials, series and digital projects for Columbia Tri-Star Television, CBS, NBC, HBO, TLC, Animal Planet, ABC Family, Soap Net, AMC, MTV, WEtv, truTV, VH-1 and Bravo Media, including "The Real Housewives of Orange County," "Date My Ex" and "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."
Emmy(R) Award nominee, Radnitz has been at the forefront of reality television for more than 15 years. With a reputation for taking quirky subcultures and turning them into pop culture, Radnitz has produced highly-rated series and specials for major broadcast and cable networks including Bravo Media, VH1, E!, Oxygen, MTV, FOX, and HBO. His producing career has taken him to five continents, working on projects as diverse as beauty pageants, pro-wrestling, the personal lives of celebrities, as well as one of the highest rated reality series of all time, Fox's "Joe Millionaire." A longtime member of the Bravo family, Radnitz has been a showrunner on hit series such as "Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles," "Showbiz Moms & Dads," and "Showdog Moms & Dads." He received an Emmy(R) Award nomination for his work on "Kathy Griffin: My life on the D-List." A graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, Radnitz is repped by CAA and a member of the Producers Guild of America.
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