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Envision Entertainment is active in the area of movies, documentaries, reality shows, game shows, the Internet and publishing. We engage veteran broadcast journalists, producers, directors, writers, and production associates with network news and entertainment experience. 

We have produced documentaries, programs, and news events with such broadcast personalities as Tom Brokaw, Dan Rather, Walter Cronkite, David Brinjkley, Maria Shriver, Connie Chung, Charles Kuralt, John Chancellor, Bryant Gumbel, and many others. 

Besides our broadcast television credits, we have also been media consultants for the Vivendi/Universal Music Group (UMG) website Getmusic.com as well as designing and producing the pilot GetMusic: The Television Show; were media advisors and consultants to Pearson plc and Pearson Broadband; media consultants and informercial producers for Shearson Lehman American Express; and consultant and producer for Dow Jones/Wall Street Journal Television for their weekly television program, The Journal Editorial Report. 

EMMY 

Inside AWACS (NBC Prime Time Sunday) 

The Reluctant Hero (NBC Prime Time Friday) 

The Other Egypt (NBC Prime Time Friday) 

RFK: The Man and the Memories (NBC Dramamentary Special) 

The Gay 90s (First Person with Maria Shriver) 

DUPONT 

CBS Sunday Morning

PEABODY 

Vietnam: Ten Years Later (NBC News) 

Story writer and executive producer: Cloned. (NBC Movie) Executive producer, senior producer, producer, director and writer of NBC News prime time news, reality, documentary and “dramamentary movie” specials and news magazines. Executive producer and director of the award winning prime time programs First Person with Maria Shriver. Was a pioneer in the introduction of responsible dramatic recreations into prime time news broadcasts as the creator and executive producer of the hybrid news-entertainment series Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow. Executive producer of The Real Story (pilot), using the dramatic story-telling techniques of YTT, but featuring the real participants and actual footage and tape of the event in place of the actors and dramatic recreations. Executive producer, director and writer of the two-hour “dramamentary movies” ONE MINUTE TO MIDNIGHT - The Real Story of the Cuban Missile Crisis, (NBC) and ROBERT F. KENNEDY: The Man and the Memories (NBC). Executive producer NBC News Sunday Today Show and Meet the Press. Executive producer, writer and director NBC prime time specials including Life in the Fat Lane, Life in the Fat Lane II and Scared Sexless, that successfully combined celebrities and innovative visual techniques with important news and information and expanded the audience base for reality specials. Was a New York-based senior foreign producer for NBC Nightly News. Traveled to more than 60 countries producing expanded special segments for the nightly broadcasts. Before that was producer for NBC Magazine with David Brinkley and Prime Time Friday, Prime Time Saturday and Prime Time Sunday newsmagazines.
CBS News foreign editor; assignment editor/producer (CBS News Washington); and producer for CBS Sunday Morning with Charles Kuralt. Among more notable achievements was the quick response to the break-in of the Watergate offices of the Democratic Party in Washington on June 17, 1972. As a result, CBS News broke the Watergate story and was the only network to lead with the story on the day of the break-in and to reveal the White House connection. Was part of CBS News Watergate coverage until President Nixon’s resignation. As CBS News foreign editor during the final days of the Vietnam War, was the U.S. coordinator of the secret war’s-end evacuation of thousands of Vietnamese nationals and their families who had associations with American news organizations.
Graduate of Duquesne University (BA, Journalism) in hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Recipient of Dupont, George Foster Peabody and EMMY awards.

SID FEDERS is an Independent film and television producer specializing in the creating, developing, and production of prime time news and entertainment programs, documentaries, bio-pics, reality-based theatricals and made-for-television movies and mini-series. Started Sid Feders Productions in 1992 after a more than 30 year career as a network television executive, producer, senior producer, executive producer, director, and writer. Sid Feders Productions merged with and became Envision Entertainment in 1999.

NOMINATIONS & AWARDS

Story writer and executive producer: Cloned. (NBC Movie) Executive producer, senior producer, producer, director and writer of NBC News prime time news, reality, documentary and “dramamentary movie” specials and news magazines. Executive producer and director of the award winning prime time programs First Person with Maria Shriver. Was a pioneer in the introduction of responsible dramatic recreations into prime time news broadcasts as the creator and executive producer of the hybrid news-entertainment series Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow. Executive producer of The Real Story (pilot), using the dramatic story-telling techniques of YTT, but featuring the real participants and actual footage and tape of the event in place of the actors and dramatic recreations. Executive producer, director and writer of the two-hour “dramamentary movies” ONE MINUTE TO MIDNIGHT - The Real Story of the Cuban Missile Crisis, (NBC) and ROBERT F. KENNEDY: The Man and the Memories (NBC). Executive producer NBC News Sunday Today Show and Meet the Press. Executive producer, writer and director NBC prime time specials including Life in the Fat Lane, Life in the Fat Lane II and Scared Sexless, that successfully combined celebrities and innovative visual techniques with important news and information and expanded the audience base for reality specials. Was a New York-based senior foreign producer for NBC Nightly News. Traveled to more than 60 countries producing expanded special segments for the nightly broadcasts. Before that was producer for NBC Magazine with David Brinkley and Prime Time Friday, Prime Time Saturday and Prime Time Sunday newsmagazines.
CBS News foreign editor; assignment editor/producer (CBS News Washington); and producer for CBS Sunday Morning with Charles Kuralt. Among more notable achievements was the quick response to the break-in of the Watergate offices of the Democratic Party in Washington on June 17, 1972. As a result, CBS News broke the Watergate story and was the only network to lead with the story on the day of the break-in and to reveal the White House connection. Was part of CBS News Watergate coverage until President Nixon’s resignation. As CBS News foreign editor during the final days of the Vietnam War, was the U.S. coordinator of the secret war’s-end evacuation of thousands of Vietnamese nationals and their families who had associations with American news organizations.
Graduate of Duquesne University (BA, Journalism) in hometown of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Recipient of Dupont, George Foster Peabody and EMMY awards.