Fred was co-editor-in-chief of National Lampoon, along with Sean Kelly, under the pseudonym L. Dennis Plunkett. He left the Lampoon in 1984 to join Late Night with David Letterman, where he worked as a writer until 1990. While at Letterman, he wrote several unproduced screenplays with Kevin Curran (who also edited National Lampoon).
In 1990, Graver worked for Norman Lear's production company Tandem Productions. He left a year later to join the staff of In Living Color, where he worked until 1992, when he joined the staff of Cheers as a writer and eventual co-producer.
In 1995, Graver leapt into the internet as executive producer of convergence programming Disney and ABC Cable. In 1999, he began work as an executive at MTV Networks and VH1, where he joined their MTV Networks Online division as head of VH1.com and Sonicnet.com He then went into television programming as the head of VH1, and created the show Best Week Ever. In 2010, Fred was named SVP of Programming for the Travel Channel. In 2012, Graver joined Twitter as Creative Director of Media Partnerships.
- "'Best Week Ever' - Television - New York Times". The New York Times. NYTimes.com. October 15, 2006.
- Fred Graver @ LinkedIn
- "National Lampoon, July 1984, Special Summer Fun Issue". AbeBooks. NL Communications Inc., New York. 2013.
- "Into the new media. Again." Fred Seibert dot com
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