|Born||1954 (age 62–63)|
Michael Rosenblum (born 1954) is a television producer, video journalist (VJ) who built the first major VJ-driven local TV news operation at NY1. He later went on to train VJs at Voice of America, The New York Times, the BBC, News10, McGraw Hill, German Public TV, Dutch Public TV and many other VJ-driven news operations around the world. He was both the founder and first president of New York Times Television.
Rosenblum has produced a number of television shows, including: 5 Takes: Latin America (2007), What's Your Trip (2007), Let the Good Times Roll Again (2007), 5 Takes: USA (2006), Turning the Tide: Tsunami Volunteers (2005), Trauma: Life in the ER, Paramedics, Police Force, Labor and Delivery, and Science Times.
Rosenblum was part of the foundation of Current TV and the Travel Channel Academy. "he has developed a unique and radical vision for television news based on the concept of the "video journalist".
He is the CEO of RosebblumTV, a production company focused on VJ model programming and video boot camps for aspiring VJs, as well as the Travel Channel Academy, NYVS (an online film school), and the Brussels-based Rosenblum Institute. He launched outwildtv.com, a new network modeled on National Geographic.
He is the author of iPhone Millionaire: How to Create and Sell Cutting-Edge Video (2012) and Videojournalismus (2003).
- iPhone Millionaire: How to Create and Sell Cutting-Edge Video. McGraw Hill, 2012. ISBN 978-0071800174.
- Videojournalismus:: Die digitale Revolution. 2003. ISBN 978-3937151106. German.
- Rosenblum, Michael (29 March 2014). "iPhone Journalism". The Huffington Post. Retrieved 14 November 2016.
- "Q&A Interview with Michael Rosenblum". C-Span. Retrieved 31 May 2010.
- Clark, Jayne (24 April 2009). "Travel Channel offers a video 'boot camp' for aspiring journalists". USA Today. Retrieved 31 May 2010.
- Warley, Stephen (2002-09-17). "Democratizing TV: The BBC". TV Spy. Retrieved 31 May 2010.
- "Video Bootcamp". HowTo.gov. May 24, 2011. Retrieved 2013-09-30.
- Batiwalla, Nevin (July 20, 2012). "Billionaire backs Franklin tech startup OutwildTV". Nashville Business Journal.