A. Smith & Co. Productions has promoted Anthony Storm to Senior Vice President and Executive Producer.
Storm has executive produced hundreds of hours of reality competition and documentary programming, including NBC's five-time Emmy-nominated “American Ninja Warrior” and the highly-anticipated “The Titan Games” with Dwayne Johnson premiering January on NBC.
He also oversees the “NFL Pro Bowl Skills Challenge” on ESPN, and has executive produced a number of A. Smith’s other shows, including NBC’s “Spartan: Ultimate Team Challenge,” TNT’s “The Dunk King” and TVOne’s “Celebrity Crime Files.” He also produced six seasons of “UFC Countdown” and CMT's “Chainsaw Gang.” In addition, he wrote and directed multiple episodes of TVOne's NAACP Award-winning series “Unsung,” BET's “American Gangster,” the UFC documentary “Road to the Octagon” as well as the Emmy-nominated “UFC Presents Ronda Rousey: Breaking Ground.”
Prior to joining A. Smith & Co. in 2006, Storm produced 26 episodes of Fox Sports Network's Emmy-nominated documentary series “Beyond the Glory.” He also served as a Supervising Producer on ESPN's “Sport Science,” FSN's “In Focus” and FSN's “The Sports List.” He started his career as a Production Assistant for HBO's Wimbledon coverage, ESPN's French Open, CBS's US Open and NBC's 1992 Summer Olympics. After helping to launch The Golf Channel, Storm served as a feature and live show producer for Fox Sports News, spearheading coverage from the World Series, NBA Finals, Super Bowls and NCAA Final Fours.
Storm studied Radio/TV/Film at Northwestern University.
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Leah Sparkes, BECK Media
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