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Stephen Reverand, Senior Vice President, Specials, National Geographic Television

Stephen Reverand joined National Geographic Television as a senior vice president in March 2006. Reporting directly to NGT President Michael Rosenfeld, Reverand is responsible for overseeing NGT’s Specials Unit as well as its world-renowned National History Unit.

Prior to joining NGT, Reverand oversaw the production of series, specials and documentaries for Discovery Channel as vice president of production. There, he played key roles in the development and production of “The Flight That Fought Back,” which documented the heroism of the passengers on United Flight 93 and attracted the third-largest viewing audience in Discovery Channel’s 20-year history.

In April 2005 Reverand was awarded a George Foster Peabody Award for his editorial oversight of “Black Sky: The Race for Space,” which chronicled aerospace pioneer Burt Rutan’s three-year pursuit of private space travel.

Reverand joined Discovery Channel in 2000 as an executive producer and was later named managing editor, contextual documentaries. In his five years with the network, he played pivotal roles in producing several of Discovery Channel’s most highly rated projects, including “Supervolcano” and “Behind the Terror: Understanding the Enemy.”

Prior to joining Discovery, Reverand was president of Rising Tide Media, whose productions included the 13-episode PBS series “Boatworks” and live specials around the globe for “Wall $treet Week.”

Reverand’s television career began at NBC News. He was NBC’s bureau chief in Tokyo, Japan, and in Seoul, South Korea, for the 1988 Olympics; a radio correspondent; contributing correspondent to NBC Nightly Newsand the BBC’s World Service; Northeast bureau writer/producer; and director of news editing. He holds a Master of Science degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

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