Joey Carson

Joey Carson is a 25-year veteran of the television industry and considered a pioneer in reality programming and an innovator in digital and mobile entertainment. Joey is the former CEO of the television industry leader Bunim-Murray Productions, known for its hit shows “The Real World”, “The Simple Life”, and “The Bad Girls Club”, where his numerous television credits include a variety of nonfiction and scripted programming for MTV, HBO, A&E, FOX, ABC, NBC, FSN, Oxygen, and the multi- Emmy Award-winning documentary “Autism: The Musical”.

He was previously chosen by the Producers’ Guild of America and The Hollywood Reporter as one of the “Digital 50”, new media producers and innovators shaping the future of digital storytelling via broadcast, games, interactive television and mobile content. He is actively the CEO of the social media agency Elevator.Studio.

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Last updated byAnonymous on March 10, 2020
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