Marsha Bemko’s television career spans 30 years, most notably as executive producer for the 14-time Emmy® Award-nominated ANTIQUES ROADSHOW
Known for capturing moments that combine compelling history with authentic human stories, Marsha Bemko’s television career spans 30 years, most notably as executive producer for the 15-time Emmy® Award-nominated ANTIQUES ROADSHOW. During her tenure, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW has been recognized with multiple Telly Awards, CINEGolden Eagle Awards, NY Festivals International Television BroadcastAwards, and in 2015 a Critics’ Choice Awards nomination. Bemko has also spearheaded ANTIQUES ROADSHOW’s expansion across digital and social platforms.
Bemko is the author of Antiques Roadshow Behind the Scenes (Touchstone/Stonesong Press, 2009), is a contributing editor to Country Living magazine, and is a sought-after speaker. As part of the ANTIQUES ROADSHOW franchise, Bemko was also at the helm of PBS’s MARKET WARRIORS and the ROADSHOW companion series ANTIQUES ROADSHOW FYI.
Prior to joining ROADSHOW as senior producer in 1999, Bemko worked on several WGBH-produced public affairs programs for PBS, including Culture Shock (1999), a historical series about censorship in the arts and freedom of expression, and Discovering Women (1995), a series about six women scientists. Bemko also worked in a variety of production capacities for the FRONTLINE public affairs series beginning in 1982.