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Al Footnick has produced and directed EMMY, CLIO and NY Belding award winning
productions for clients to include Ford and Men’s Warehouse while mixing in his passion
for variety with legendary shows such as Austin City Limits and Academy Awards
Preview and the Rose Bowl Parade. Al has directed leading ladies and men to include
Jane Seymour, Linda Gray, Catherine Bach, Florence Henderson George Burns, Bill
Cosby and large group of country western music artists in projects that are as diverse
as network specials to long-running infomercials. He is also skilled at successes that
make ‘product King’ with a roster to include Sharper Image’s’ Ionic Breeze, and the
Razor, Stainz R Out, Eagle Eye Glasses, NuWave Oven and Survival Steel.
Al’s expertise in turning production facilities profitable and establishing successful
programming schedules has taken him from Los Angeles multi-language network IVP
to ARA Productions in London and Saudi Arabia and for SONY Columbia/Tri-Star
International Pictures. Al currently resides in Florida where he produces projects for
Direct Response, entertainment and corporations.
Terri Hartman began her career as a local television producer becoming executive
producer at the FOX affiliate in Houston before moving to Los Angeles to co-produce
the pilot of the history making “Entertainment Tonight.” She was partners in a public
relations firm that represented major networks, entertainers and authors.
With a passion for corporate entertainment, Terri expanded her expertise to include the
REVLON “Charlie” fragrance world-wide campaign with aviator Captain Terri Jones and
for Dan Isaacson as Fitness Editor on “Good Morning America”.
She traveled the world as Editor In Chief for an international yachting magazine and
worked for ARA Productions based in Saudi Arabia. Moving to Florida in the late 90’s
Terri signed on as publicist for Universal Studios Florida Production Group and has
recently worked as Unit Publicist for films and television series.
Jonni Hartman Rogers is a living legend in broadcast programming and public relations.
As one of the country’s first female television producers, she joyfully tread the path that
other talented women could and would follow. Her career projects have been as diverse
as the initial telethon launch for St. Judes, the flamboyant show-style of Evil Kneivel and
as she remembers.. “Repping David Hasselhoff when no one could spell his name.” Jonni
has created campaigns for best selling author Fannie Flagg, actress Lisa Hartman Black
and the legendary great-one Mr. Bob Hope. Jonni and husband / musician Ray Rogers
commute between Nashville and Los Angeles where they continue to represent artists in
music and other areas of entertainment.