For over 10 years, Emmy-nominated producer Tamara Rosenberg has been making documentary films for television and theatrical distribution worldwide. They have aired on PBS, HBO, Discovery, ABC and ESPN.
Tamara recently produced ESPN's five-part O.J. Simpson documentary O.J.: Made in America, which premiered at the 2016 Sundance and TriBeCa film festivals. ABC and ESPN's 30-For-30 will air the films over the course of a week in June.
She is also executive producing the final episode of PBS's Time for School global education series and is in development with a new documentary about an ongoing high-profile court case involving disability rights.
Tamara previously produced and wrote a series of historical video installations for inclusion in the world's largest Jewish Museum in Moscow, Russia. She co-produced the PBS documentary on light pollution The City Dark, which was nominated for the 2013 Emmy Awards. For the 9/11 10-year anniversary, she produced TLC's two-hour special, 9/11: Heroes of the 88th Floor, which was nominated for an Emmy Award in 2012.
For seven years, Tamara worked for PBS's award-winning foreign affairs series Wide Angle, overseeing the production of several documentaries, including her broadcast version of Lord's Children, about child soldiers in Uganda, which was nominated for the 2009 Emmy Awards. She produced the third installment of Wide Angle's flagship mini-series about global education, Time for School, which aired in 2009.
A native of France, Tamara has studied and worked in Israel, New Zealand, and Egypt. She earned her master's degree at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in New York.