Kim Moses

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Kim Moses is a principal in Sander/Moses Productions where she has both developed and served as an executive producer on over 600 hours of prime-time television programming.

Career[edit]

Kim Moses began her career in television at Ohlmeyer Productions where she developed reality-based programs, game shows, and rock & roll and sports programs, specializing in live broadcasts. She also worked on Capitol Hill on the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science and Technology.

Her earliest television producing credits include the reality series How'd They do That! on CBS, Comic Strip Live Primetime and My World On Video, the reality special The Extreme Edge, as well as the sports reality series Power Boat Racing With Don Johnson. She has also served as a producer on the MTV Video Music Awards I & II, The Emmy Awards, the CBS live music special Super Bowl Saturday Night, the live music special Walt Disney's 4th of July Spectacular and the music special Disney's Christmas on Ice. [1]

Her other television executive producer credits are Ali, An American Hero, the Emmy Award-winning Stolen Babies, [2][3] Chasing the Dragon and How to Marry a Billionaire. Additional feature film script writing credits include The Surgeon [4] and Home of Champions.

In addition to the other television executive producer credits already listed, her credits include Profiler, for which she co-wrote and directed episodes, as well as The Beast, New York News, [5] Brimstone,[6] and For the People.[7]

Along with Ian Sander, Moses produced "Hollywood and Civil Rights: Destination Freedom," a live event for the Democratic National Committee during the 2000 Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles.[8]

For the past 10 years, under her SLAM digital media shingle, Moses has created and produced entertainment programming for the Internet, including all digital media IP for "Ghost Whisperer," the "Happy Feet Two" app, "Hotel Transylvania," Confessions of a Desperate Housewife for ABC.com, and digital events for Electronic Entertainment Expo Internet UGO Networks and Comic-Con.

Moses was executive producer and director of the CBS drama Ghost Whisperer, and she has co-authored the show's companion book, Ghost Whisperer: Spirit Guide. She has also co-created and written the award-winning Ghost Whisperer: The Other Side web series.[9][10] Along with Ian Sander, she also developed and executive produced the special "Psychic in Suburbia" for the Style Network [11]

Moses is currently serving as executive producer on the legal drama series, Reckless, a legal drama developed and produced by Sander/Moses Productions and ordered into series for the 2013-2014 season on CBS.[12]

Total Engagement Experience[edit]

Kim pioneered the Total Engagement Experience (TEE), which is a business and creative model for television that uses each show as a component of a broader multi-platform entertainment experience that includes the internet, publishing, music, mobile, DVD's, video games and more, establishing an infinity loop driving ratings and increasing revenue streams.[13]

Speaking engagements[edit]

In 2008, Moses was a member of Newsweek's Women and Leadership Advisory Committee. She also spoke on a Convergence Culture Consortium panel at The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the Professional Business Women of California's Conference. Moses was a guest speaker at the Women in Film Speaker Series in 2011 and was honored with the Women in Film Opal Award.

Personal life[edit]

Moses is married to Ian Sander, and they have two children, Aaron and Declan.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Michael Schneider, Touchstone inks 'Whisperer' duo, http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117924151 (June 2005)
  2. ^ Tony Scott, Lifetime World Premiere Movie Stolen Babies, http://www.variety.com/review/VE1117900627 (March 1993)
  3. ^ No Author, 'Seinfeld' and 'Fences' Win Emmys, http://www.nytimes.com/1993/09/20/arts/seinfeld-and-fences-win-emmys.html?src=pm (September 1993)
  4. ^ Josef Adalian, Write pair go to Touchstone, http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117909670(August 2004)
  5. ^ Todd Everett, New York News, http://www.variety.com/review/VE1117904514 (September 1995)
  6. ^ Jenny Hontz, 'Brimstone' picks runners, http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117480316 (September 1998)
  7. ^ Melissa Grego, 'People' on Lifetime Sunday night docket, http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117865698(April 2002)
  8. ^ Army Archerd, Clinton fetes Wasserman, http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117785129 (August 2000)
  9. ^ John Anderson, Breathing Life (And Death) Into Friday Night, http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/20/arts/television/20ande.html (September 2009)
  10. ^ Ned Martel, She Sees Dead People, and Offers Them a Sympathetic Ear, http://tv.nytimes.com/2005/09/23/arts/television/23ghos.html (September 2005)
  11. ^ http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118040253
  12. ^ http://triblive.com/aande/moreaande/4061217-74/moses-reckless-sander#axzz2lsVqT0JL
  13. ^ Keith Marder, Internet helps spread 'Ghost' story, http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118015995 (March 2010)

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