Associated Television International

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Not to be confused with the British former television company Associated Television.
Associated Television International
Industry Film
Founded January 2, 1982 (1982-01-02)
Founders David McKenzie
Headquarters Hancock Park, Los Angeles, California, United States
Key people David McKenzie
Richard Casares
Executive Vice President
James Romanovich
President, Worldwide Media and Entertainment

Associated Television International, commonly referred to as the Associated Television or simply ATI, is a media company that has been in business for over 30 years as a full-service production and distribution entity that is not only one of the top ten independent syndicators of original programming in the United States, but also is a leading distributor in international markets and, together with its video partners, has sold millions of DVDs.

Associated Television International has a presence in every aspect of media:

Operating out of their 66,000 sq. ft.[1] building in Los Angeles, Associated Television has their own sound stage and full service production and post-production facilities. In 2011, ATI produced over 300 hours of programming, all of which it develops in-house, self-funds and distributes. The company's successful syndication strategy has seen it spawn a raft of programming brands that return year-on-year to broadcast television, but also perform at retail through DVD sales and are strong in international markets.

One of the primary goals set by ATI’s president, David McKenzie, is for the company to produce socially conscious programming that both uplifts and educates. In 2008 the company was nominated for two Emmy Awards and won for its CW special “America’s Invisible Children” hosted by Joan Lunden.[2] ATI was nominated for another Emmy award for the special “On the Edge: The Poverty Crisis in Africa”[3] in which a group of celebrities visit Africa, lending a helping hand to those in need. Associated Television also produced a special, “Breaking the Silence” which sent celebrities to Vietnam to assist in a mission for the hearing impaired in that country.

Along with 7 Emmy nominations within the last 5 years, Associated Television International has won many other industry honors, and continues to be an innovator and premiere producer of non-fiction television programming.


This is a list of recent television series and specials produced by Associated Television International.

Title Years
Masters of Illusion 2000–Present
Laura McKenzie's Traveler 2004–Present
The World Magic Awards 2007, 2008, 2009
The World's Funniest Moments 2008 – Present
Chiller 13: The Decades Scariest Movie Moments 2010
Daytime Emmy Awards 2009, 2010, 2011
Chiller 13: Horror's Creepiest Kids 2011
The Movieguide Awards 2011, 2012
The Gracie Awards 2011
Hollywood Christmas Parade 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Inside Story: Ferris Bueller's Day Off 2011
The Rocky Saga: Going the Distance 2011
Elizabeth Stanton's Great Big World 2011–Present
Bristol Palin: Life's a Tripp 2012
Marie 2012–Present


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