Alexander Reuther

New York City, NY USA

Professional Experience

Writer-Producer with 15-year background in documentary, reality TV, commercials, corporate presentations, and news. My elders were social justice activists. As a Producer, I strive to harness that fearless enthusiasm to uncover stories that slip through the cracks.


4 Years
Producer (television)
10 Years
2 Years


5 Years
5 Years
Other, Specify
8 Years


Broadcasting - Ent - Cable (National)
2 Years
Broadcasting - News - TV (National)
1 Year
6 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

15 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

CBS News Productions (6-10), KPI TV (Nat Geo, Animal Planet) (3-5), Huffington Post (1-2), Sundance Channel (1-2), Time Magazine (1-2)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Hispanic Scholarship Fund (1-2), Dun & Bradstreet (1-2), Starwood Hotel Group (1-2)

Other Work History

Producer/Director of award-winning documentary feature Brothers On The Line, Producer of commercial bumpers and corporate videos at Max Curious Productions, and Consultant at Scholastic Entertainment in development and maintenance of an Intellectual Property Rights and Contractual Fulfillment database for SEI children’s programming.

Technical Skills

Working knowledge of AVID and Final Cut Pro HD software.

Computer Skills

Proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel) and experience with various archival research databases.


Laptop, hard drives


Silver Telly Award, History/Biography Best Doc Feature, Thin Line/Texas Doc Fest Bronze Plaque, Columbus Int'l Film Fest Audience Choice Award, Mendocino Film Fest Best Doc Feature, Michigan Film Awards


Writing Samples

Op-Ed for The Huffington Post
Op-Ed for Time Magazine online
Case study for The Independent Feature Project (IFP)

Film/Video Projects

(ROLE: Writer-Director-Producer) Award-winning documentary feature exploring the lives and legacy of the Reuther brothers - Walter, Roy, and Victor - pioneering labor organizers and social justice statesman, and their remarkable leadership of the United Auto Workers union.
(ROLE: Archival Producer) CBS News Correspondent Anthony Mason moderated "50 Years: The Beatles", a Live Experience. Watch this eclectic panel discuss the band's appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show at the very same theater where that historic performance took place.
(ROLE: Story Producer) A flea-market enthusiast helps families across the country clean out their homes and earn some extra cash. The show follows, flea market veteran, Jimmy Kaplow as he exercises his shrewd eye and haggling abilities to make a profit at flea markets and assorted fairs.
(ROLE: Producer) SmartCar commercial "bumper" for Sundance Channel