Media Executive Liz Yale Marsh Visits TVWS

Liz is the Vice President of Development at Bungalow Media + Entertainment, a New York City-based production company. She is a seasoned entertainment producer with experience working across scripted and unscripted television, film, books, branded, and digital.

Most recently Liz oversaw the development of GIVE for NBC, a documentary series hosted by Jenna Bush Hager and Blair Underwood that highlights small charities doing big work across the country. Other recent projects include adapting the New York Times’ 36 Hours column to series for Travel Channel, and creating Big Bad BBQ Brawl, now in its second season on Cooking Channel.

Prior to joining Bungalow to oversee New York development, Liz spent 4 years at Radical Media where she helped to develop shows for Showtime, MTV, Sundance, OWN, History, Bravo, among others, including multiple seasons of the acclaimed series Iconoclasts. Liz previously held positions at Endeavor Talent Agency and New Line Cinema and has consulted for a number of different production companies. She also serves on the board of UNICEF’s Next Generation and is the Founder and Advisor of the Harvard Westlake Film Festival.

Watch Liz's conversation with Cohort VI here: