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

Fox Pulls Plug on Special

Posted July 23, 2014 at 2:41 PM

The Fox Network has scrapped plans for a special that had been lined up for this fall. Writing on, Nellie Andreeva reports that the network pulled the plug on its "Jump of the Century," which was expected to......

Nothing to Do After Shark Week? The Hub Network Takes the Wraps Off Bark Week

Posted July 23, 2014 at 2:11 PM

The Hub Network has unveiled its planned follow-up to Discovery's Shark Week. The cable channel announced that its Bark Week will kick off Aug. 17, with a week of programming built around man's best friend, the dog. Bark Week......

Blowout in the Broadcast Ratings

Posted July 23, 2014 at 1:53 PM

Tuesday prime time was no contest in the broadcast ratings, based on Nielsen overnights. reports that NBC crushed the competition, with its two-hour "America's Got Talent" more than doubling its closest rival in the key 18-49 demo. "Talent"......

After Discovery's 'Shark Week' Comes 'Bark Week': A Week-Long Event Celebrating Man's Best Friend on the Hub Network, Starting Aug. 17

Posted July 23, 2014 at 1:24 PM

Press release from the Hub Network, July 23, 2014: Fresh off the biting adventures of Discovery’s “Shark Week” comes the Hub Network’s celebration of a furrier creature — dogs. Starting Sunday, August 17 to Friday, August 22, the Network......

Will CBS Keep Colbert's 'Late Show' in New York? Now We Know the Answer -- and the $16 Million Reasons Why

Posted July 23, 2014 at 1:18 PM

CBS made its eagerly anticipated announcement today about whether it will keep its "Late Show" in New York when Stephen Colbert takes over for David Letterman next year, and the answer, the Associated Press reports, is yes. One big......