Colin Gilroy is a freelance post-producer, currently working on a new show for Bravo called "Stripped." Past credits include "Man v. Food," "Cash Cab," "Hack My Life," and "Binge Thinking.” He's produced shows for upwards of a dozen networks from Travel Channel to Nickelodeon to Syfy to Lifetime, predominately for small production companies across Manhattan.
Colin Lewis is a freelance Producer & Production Supervisor who is based in NYC. He is a 2007 Kutztown University of Pennsylvania grad with a degree in Electronic Media. He works on commercials, fashion films, promos and music videos. Colin is in charge of booking crew, managing budgets ranging from $50,000 through 1.5 million, handling vendors & equipment needs and he is the master of logistics. Colin gives creative insight and expertise on how to visualize a shoot on budget.
David Legnani is a Morning News Producer at FOX 61/ WTIC-TV in Hartford, CT.
Born and raised in Connecticut, David is honored to have the opportunity to produce and tell stories that impact his home state.
David received his first break in the summer of 2013 when he interned for FOX 61 News. He went on to serve as a News Writer, Assignment Editor, Web Producer and News Producer at the station.
He earned his Bachelors Degree in Speech Communication Radio and Television from Southwest Minnesota State University in 2014.
While attending SMSU, David was a member of the National Broadcasting Society and served as a Student Governor in his Senior year.
David first knew he had a passion for the media industry in high school when he hosted a live radio program every Friday afternoon.
When he's not producing the news, David enjoys reading, traveling and spending time with his family and friends.
Dennis Green oversees Affiliate Sales for Westwood One Radio Network from our New York Office. Mr. Green held the same title at Westwood One prior where he led the launch and operations for numerous high-profile initiatives, including: the Bill O’Reilly show — the largest launch in the history of talk radio; distribution for Martha Stewart, Dr. Phil, Dr. Oz, Larry King,& Charles Osgood; and radio distribution for MTV Network brands; major sports including the Olympics, NFL, and NCAA; as well as CNBC, CNN, CBS News, NBC, and the Grammy’s. His earlier experience includes affiliate/network operations management at Bloomberg Media and The Illinois and Wisconsin Radio Network. Dennis holds a BA in Communications from Indiana University and a Masters in Sports Administration from University of Illinois – Chicago.
Gary Lico started GARYLICO.TV in November, 2013, recently rebranding the company from LILOLME.TV The prime directive is the exclusive global distribution of FORENSIC FILES (aka MEDICAL DETECTIVES), a program developed with Medstar Television. It is the first and longest running true crime series in television.
A 40-year programming veteran, Lico served as President and CEO of CABLEready, founded in 1992 as the first company to represent existing libraries and develop original ideas for cable TV. Lico brought to cable such hit franchises as INSIDE THE ACTORS STUDIO, FORENSIC FILES, MONSTER QUEST and dozens more.
Prior to 1992, he held executive and sales positions at Columbia Pictures Television (now Sony Pictures Entertainment), Katz Communications, TVS Television and SFM Entertainment. Lico also hosted and produced A NEW DAY, a morning talk-show in Milwaukee, WI.
Lico is a sought after speaker, mentor and board member: past Vice President, CINE Board of Directors; past president and current board member, NBS/AERho; past RealScreen Summit Advisory Board; benefactor and adjunct at Syracuse University’s S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications (where he is also an Advisory Board member); a regular benefactor to Central Michigan University’s School of Broadcast and Cinematic Arts. A career-long member and contributor to NATPE, Mr. Lico spearheaded the NATPE Food Project for many years, is a past member of the NATPE Board of Directors and is a current trustee of the NATPE Educational Foundation.
Mr. Lico received his M.S. in TV/Radio/Film from Syracuse and his B.A.A. in Broadcast and Cinematic Arts from CMU. He lives in Stamford, CT with his wife, Annette Bergh.