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Aaron Bleich

Aaron BleichProducer, Writer

Producer, Writer

Aaron Bleich has worked as a producer and writer since he graduated from Vanderbilt University in 1997, beginning with CBS’s “Day and Date,” a daily news and entertainment magazine show. His television producer credits also include the “Judge Mills Lane Show,” a daily court TV reality strip, and segments for “Metro Guide,” Cablevision’s “original programming” channel seen in the Metropolitan New York Tri-State Area.

In 1999 his career extended into news, as a producer for MSNBC, where he was in charge of special projects including the November 2000 election coverage. In 2001, he assumed the role of point producer for the 9-11 tragedy.

In addition to his role as producer of “Fast Lane Summer,” Bleich also worked as the associate producer of research for The History Channel production of “The Lost Book of Nostradamus,” which aired in October of 2007.

Currently, he is writing and producing a second feature length documentary about drag racing for Mediagroup entitled “Quarter Mile,” and the accompanying television series called “Don Garlits Presents… The Greatest Racers.”

Bleich holds the position of Vice President of Program Development for Mediagroup, where he leads the project development and research team for new programming.

Bleich is the winner of a 2002 National Emmy Award for outstanding coverage of the events of 9-11, the ‘160 Award’ for Production Excellence at the Nashville Film Festival, and a Platinum Aurora Award for “Best Sports Film” for “Fast Lane Summer.”

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