Bruce David Klein
As the founder of Atlas Media Corp., Bruce David Klein is the visionary
creative and business force behind hundreds of hours of high-profile
television series and specials seen in more than 100 countries
worldwide. Under his direction, Atlas has grown to become one of
America's largest independent producers of non-fiction programming.
2007 marked the launch of the company's Documentary Feature Film
division (which has produced such projects as Meat Loaf: In Search of
Paradise and Robert Blecker Wants Me Dead) and the Emerging + New Media
division (which is developing and producing original content for Online,
VOD and Mobile platforms). In his creative capacity, Klein has created,
written, produced and/or executive produced Atlas Media's non-fiction
series and specials, including innovative docudramas (Discovery Health's
Dr. G: Medical Examiner), lifestyle series (Food Network's Behind The
Bash with Giada DeLaurentiis) and the blockbuster docu-movie Breaking
Vegas: The True Story Of The MIT Blackjack Team, which he wrote,
directed and produced for The History Channel. He's been a member of
the Board of Directors of the National Association of Television Program
Executives (NATPE) since 2005.
Recent Stories by Bruce David Klein
CBS is shuffling its prime-time lineup after watching a new series struggle to gain a ratings foothold. Deadline.com reports that the network is moving its new sci-fi series "Extant," just three week into the show's run. "'Extant' is sliding......
Popular ESPN analyst Stephen A. Smith, who sparked widespread criticism with remarks he made Friday morning on "First Take" in reference to domestic violence, apologized today for his comments, calling the incident "the most egregious error of my career."......
One of the stars of the Fox musical series "Glee" is signed on for an appearance during the final season of the FX biker drama "Sons of Anarchy." CBS News reports that Lea Michele will be a part of......
CBS coasted to a ratings win in broadcast prime Sunday night, based on Nielsen overnights for the key 18-49 demo, as much of the competition consisted of repeat programming. TVbytheNumbers.com reports that "Big Brother" slipped one-tenth from a week......
From the campy "Sharknado 2" to serious examinations of the Watergate scandal and the FDR presidency, the second half of the Television Critics Association press tour spotlighted a wide range of programming headed to the broadcast networks and their......