Dave Brown Media

Dave Brown Media Dave Brown Media, LLC is a full service television production consulting and content provider. Visit www.davebrownmedia.com for more info.

From programming development to breaking news and talk, Dave Brown brings close to 20 years of television experience to the table in a variety of genres, and a work ethic that is unstoppable and contagious. Brown is a veteran who has launched two cable television networks, dozens of cable programs (four of which are currently in the top 10 in all of cable news), ran and executed two syndicated series, and has helmed thousands of hours of programming. Brown is a “get results idea-man” who knows the pulse of America and how to entice and retain an audience. Prior to D.B.M., Brown was a Programming Executive for 20th Television where he created, pitched, formatted, and executed a variety of assignments and was also the Executive Producer of 20th Televisionʼs “The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet,” which finished 2008 with the most growth in Syndication. In cable, Brown holds the record at Fox News Channel for having created and produced more shows to date than anyone at the network. Brown launched “The OʼReilly Report” in 1996 and then re-launched it as “The OʼReilly Factor” in 1998 (which went on to become the mega-hit it currently is). He was known as “The Fireman” for taking on the most difficult assignments. In 2007, Brown re-formatted and re-tooled “Fox & Friends,” the #1 morning cable news program in America, and while doing so beat CBSʼs “The Early Show” in 19 markets. No stranger to breaking news, Brown produced and line-produced Fox News Channelʼs Primetime coverage of the tragedies of 9/11 that evening, was the executive producer of Foxʼs New Years Eve coverage in 2006 & 2007, Hurricane Katrina, and the Inaugural Ball & Post-Convention coverage for two presidents, plus a variety of many other specials. Whitewater figure Susan MacDougal has said of Brown, “Dave is the ultimate gentleman in a “dog eat dog” business and gives the horrible name “Producer” a lot of class!”. The LA Timesʼ Tom OʼNeil says, “To Dave, TV is a blood sport. He's out to win and he makes sure the whole team has a helluva good time. Brown is one of the most impressive pros I've worked with over 20 years.”

Mission: “The trouble with television is there arenʼt enough Dave Brownʼs” - Don Hewitt “Dave is the ultimate gentleman in a “dog eat dog” business and gives the horrible name “Producer” a lot of class!” - Whitewater figure Susan MacDougal “To Dave, TV is a blood sport. He's out to win and he makes sure the whole team has a helluva good time. Brown is one of the most impressive pros I've worked with over 20 years.” - The LA Timesʼ Tom OʼNeil “Dave is extremely talented, hard-working, motivated and full of energy. It is a pleasure to see him in action as the EP of "Dr. Steve," a show which he has launched nationally and has continued to grow. On a personal note, he is incredibly caring and thoughtful, a true gem!” -Jessica Bellucci, Director of Communications - Tribune Broadcasting (PIX11 & WGN America) “Dave Brown is a force to be reckoned with. As soon as Dave came on board as Executive Producer of the Doctor Steve show he took it to a whole new level. Organized, dedicated, professional and extremely hard working, Dave brings an energy and creativity that is rarely seen in television production. It is a joy and a pleasure working with Dave. He is a team player who knows how to get it done. He is relentless in his pursuit of perfection and never, ever lets up. It is this kind of passion and excellence that sets him apart from others in the industry. There is nothing he can't do. I am lucky to have Dave as my Executive Producer. I am also lucky to call him friend.” - Steve Salvatore, Host, Dr. Steve Show, Tribune Broadcasting “David Brown is an Expert in Broadcasting in all media. I had the incredible luck and great fortune to get to work with David to vastly improve the quality, flow and content of our radio program “OutCast Austin”. David’s vast knowledge of the technical aspects of broadcasting coupled with his vision and creativity make him one of the best in the business. Consider yourself lucky if you get the chance to work with him.” - Stephen Rice, Host, "OutCast Austin" “WOW! This is easy. What a pro! I have known Dave since 1994. I have always loved his enthusiasm and dedication to whatever project is at hand. Always fair. The man knows television and knows how to tell a story, whether it be on tape or in a live studio. I would work with him anytime, anywhere. I could go on and will if you want. - Mike Jerrick, anchor The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet, 20th Television “I had the pleasure of sitting next to Dave every day in the control room of “The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet.” As an EP, Dave was creative, inventive, enthusiastic and an all around great guy. He is not one to settle for merely “good” television, but rather through his efforts, hopes to elevate everything to the next level. It is no surprise to know that he is well-respected and regarded by his peers as his concern for staffers goes beyond a mere employer-employee relationship and demonstrates genuine concern for his staff’s well-being. I sincerely hope to have the opportunity of working together again in the future.” April 5, 2010 - Greg Tufaro, Line Producer, "The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet" - 20th Century Fox “David, I have to publicly acknowledge you - it would be a crime not to... From the moment we connected at FOX to the years that have passed since then, the number of times you've booked me for shows you've worked on (or referred me to other shows) as well as your wealth of industry knowledge is one of the many reasons I totally respect you as an Executive Producer and industry professional. The way you masterfully manage the "organized chaos" that is live TV, is magical and the attention to detail that you put into each segment/storyline makes it all come together for the camera effortlessly. I'm totally impressed with your boundless energy, charisma and style. Plus, I cannot thank you enough for leading your time and talent to my TV Publicity Secrets LIVE media events. The experts, authors and media seekers who attend always rate you as one of the best speakers and welcome your candid insights. Thank you for keeping me in your Rolodex, I'll be sure to answer and say YES whenever you call, whatever project you're producing.” - Sanyika Calloway Boyce, Media Spokesperson | Author

09/07/2017
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The first Labor Day passes in a post-Jerry Lewis world. A holiday tradition is now truly over. Tonight, recent reflections from Jerry on the year he made amends with former comedy partner Dean Martin on the MDA telethon.

09/07/2017
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Presidents #Trump, #Lincoln, and their New York connection. We break it down with leading Abraham Lincoln scholar, Harold Holzer.

09/07/2017
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MetroFocus

Former CBS News correspondent Morton Dean has your preview of the Vietnam story: 43 years after an extraordinary rescue mission. It’s a must-see reunion.

09/07/2017
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More than 800,000 #immigrant “Dreamers” are now caught up in a maelstrom and an uncertain future; plus, the political hypocrisy of hurricane help after #Harvey. We're breaking down both headlines with "Trump's America" columnist Ellis Henican.

Home In McSorley's Old Ale House.  Well done Will Jones!  Lift a glass & take a look. MetroFocus
08/18/2017
August 17, 2017: HOME IN MCSORLEY’S - MetroFocus

Home In McSorley's Old Ale House. Well done Will Jones! Lift a glass & take a look. MetroFocus

We’ll take you inside one of Manhattan’s oldest bars that’s been making history for over 160 years serving brews to everyone from Abe Lincoln to Babe Ruth.

08/13/2017
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Marilu Henner, best known for starring on the hit sitcom ‘Taxi,’ joins us with her husband Michael Brown to discuss how they beat Brown’s bladder and lung cancer. Together, they tell the story in Henner’s latest book “Changing Normal: How I Helped My Husband Beat Cancer.”

08/13/2017
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MetroFocus

Did you know that one in five elderly New Yorkers live in poverty? Is this your family? Is this your fate? An eye opening report!

08/13/2017
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Legendary television producer Norman Lear is making waves and a political statement over his upcoming Kennedy Center honor. We have the details.

LGBT Fair Play - MetroFocus
08/13/2017
LGBT Fair Play - MetroFocus

LGBT Fair Play - MetroFocus

Cyd Ziegler gives us his perspective on LGBT athletes in the sports world today & talks about his book titled "Fair Play."

August 10, 2017: TONIGHT ON METROFOCUS - MetroFocus
08/12/2017
August 10, 2017: TONIGHT ON METROFOCUS - MetroFocus

August 10, 2017: TONIGHT ON METROFOCUS - MetroFocus

Geraldo Rivera takes us down the gritty streets in search of a serial killer. Legendary PIX reporter Marvin Scott on the vibe of New York at the time.

July 25, 2017: SHARKS IN THE CITY - MetroFocus
08/12/2017
July 25, 2017: SHARKS IN THE CITY - MetroFocus

July 25, 2017: SHARKS IN THE CITY - MetroFocus

It’s shark week, do you know what's lurking in the water? We’ll give a sneak peek of Discovery Channel’s “Sharks and the City: New York.”

08/12/2017
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President Trump also has his eyes set on Long Island, where the problem of gang violence and drugs have taken hold of communities in Suffolk County. We’ll have a report on what he’s facing.

08/12/2017
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A story of love and devotion during the AIDS epidemic serves as a cautionary tale on how faith can be used and abused, often at the same time.

08/12/2017
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Singing at the Met...not the Metropolitan Opera, but the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Meet the men and women behind those angelic voices underground.

08/12/2017
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New York is an urban heat island! A place where fewer trees and large communities create an effect that keeps our temperatures rising! We’re going to the heart of this phenomenon.

08/12/2017
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“Though she be but little, she is fierce!” Immortal words by William Shakespeare in the classic “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” They also best describe Central Park’s Delacorte Theater where this beloved tale is being told. We’ll take you backstage to this wonderful classic, just don’t mind the raccoons!

08/12/2017
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Hip hop violinist, Damien Escobar, fought through depression and homelessness, and is now performing to huge crowds across the country. It’s a story about one man “chasing the dream” you won’t want to miss.

08/12/2017
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Alexander #Hamilton, our rock star Founding Father, did not throw away his shot. But, it was his wife Eliza who provided one for thousands of children, and continues to do so even today through the organization Graham Windham.

Are you inspired by #ElizaHamilton's story? Learn more about how Graham Windham is fighting to give every child and family their shot. #ElizasLegacy ElizasStory.org

08/12/2017
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It’s the stuff that baseball dreams are made of: the 1926 world series, #BabeRuth, a boy fighting for his life, and a home run promised by the #Bambino that turned into three, assuring a #Yankees victory over the St. Louis Cardinals and a place in history. We’re taking you back to that fateful day still revered as epic in New York culture.

FRONTLINE gives us a first person perspective of life on parole. #MetroFocus
07/19/2017
July 18, 2017: "LIFE ON PAROLE" - MetroFocus

FRONTLINE gives us a first person perspective of life on parole. #MetroFocus

FRONTLINE gives us a first person perspective of life on parole. We sit down with Matthew O'Neill, Director of, "Life on Parole."

04/27/2017
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Come to the Tribeca Film Festival’s “Virtual Arcade” for a look at how you’ll be “EXPERIENCING” films in the not too distant future.

Treblinka's Last Witness - MetroFocus
11/18/2016
Treblinka's Last Witness - MetroFocus

Treblinka's Last Witness - MetroFocus

We discuss the upcoming PBS film "Treblinka's Last Witness", where Samuel Willenberg gives his testimony of the horrors behind the death camp's walls.

10/27/2016
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Sinkholes are nothing new in New York, but what kind of dangers do they pose now that they are becoming more frequent? We speak to Larry Klein, a producer for the new NOVA l PBS film, "Sinkholes— Buried Alive" about the life-threatening danger these disasters are.

08/08/2016
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Koko the Gorilla is no ordinary ape. This 45 year-old primate was taught to sign as a youngster, thus giving her the ability to communicate with humans. Her story is not without controversy, however, and we talk to one of the producers of the documentary that dives into her unique life. Koko & The Gorilla Foundation

A Really Powerful & Important #MetroFocus. Check it out:
11/25/2015
Full Episode: November 24, 2015 - MetroFocus

A Really Powerful & Important #MetroFocus. Check it out:

We speak with transgender rights leader and Empire State Pride Agenda Foundation Board of Directors Co-Chair Melissa Sklarz. Also, We sit down with Laurie Dhue, one of the brightest starts in cable news who suffered from a years-long battle with alcoholism. And a look at the new Independent Lens doc…

Full Episode: Oct. 27, 2015 - MetroFocus
10/29/2015
Full Episode: Oct. 27, 2015 - MetroFocus

Full Episode: Oct. 27, 2015 - MetroFocus

Can presidential candidate Donald Trump win the Republican nomination? Can the Mets win the World Series? Can LGBT Catholics win acceptance in the church?

"Owning Their Faith": LGBT Catholics speak out to one of my favorite anchors Mary Alice Williams.
10/28/2015
NY LGBT Catholics Talk Faith, Sexuality - MetroFocus

"Owning Their Faith": LGBT Catholics speak out to one of my favorite anchors Mary Alice Williams.

The documentary "Owning Our Faith," set in New York City, sheds light on the struggles of LGBT Catholics.

The Unknown Story Of Broadway Street - MetroFocus
10/23/2015
The Unknown Story Of Broadway Street - MetroFocus

The Unknown Story Of Broadway Street - MetroFocus

MetroFocus host Jenna Flanagan talks to Untapped Cities founder Michelle Young about her new book, Broadway, which traces the lesser known history of the street through 200 vintage photographs.

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