Bonnie is a digital media strategist using her experience and expertise to bring theater online.
With a career at the crossroads of production and technology, Bonnie was VP, Connected TV, at NBC News. She became immersed in TV Everywhere, online video services, over-the-top devices, content partnerships, and interactivity.
Bonnie has been called a media trailblazer for the way she integrated digital processes, new platforms, and interactivity into NBC News worldwide. Many consider her prescient in seeing the power of mobile. She was the go-to person for emerging technologies and, as an influencer, acted as a bridge between production and technology teams.
Since leaving NBC, Bonnie’s been working to leverage OTT technologies for streaming theatrical productions. She believes strongly in its ability to increase live audiences and increase theatrical revenue streams as well as in serving the most underserved audience online. She recently executive produced a live stream plan for The Public Theater presents 24 Hour Plays®.
Bonnie is also a trained voice over artist. Some highlights of her career are being the “voice of” NBC News Education Nation and Jewish Life TV and work she did for Dateline, NBC News Radio, and Visitors TV Network.
As a writer and producer at CBS News, Bonnie earned two Emmy awards for “In the News.”
Her career began at CBS where, as Walter Cronkite’s assistant, she earned what she calls her journalism master’s degree.