The Quick Highlights
Unlike the picture above, I often wear a suit – prefer grey flannel
- Right now I am working with Asia TV USA, based in New York City, consulting with the digital team
- Prior to that I was working at Global News in Toronto, leading the team responsible for all the local TV News websites for Global.
- Prior to Global I was the Director of News at Now Public – a leading citizen powered media and news site.
- Prior to that I was a Senior Consultant with HJC – where I did works with clients such as New York Public Library and Doctors Without Borders,
- And then I was Director of Cross Media Productions for The Nimble Company.
- Prior to Nimble I was the Senior Producer of ZeD – an awarding winning ground breaking National TV program and Online Platform.
At Now Public, I oversaw an editorial team that curated and managed a world wide community of almost 200,000 contributors
At HJC I advised and implemented digital and social media solutions for the Non-profit sector – including communication, content, and fund raising strategies.
Nimble is a company where the TV and the Internet meet. I created plans, consulted and implemented solutions with a variety of organizations including Citizens Bank and Can West Media
I have extensive background in Television and New Media and have developed and managed large scale cross-platform deployments.
While at Nimble I supervised the production and deployment of a music social media site, RapSpace.tv and did consulting and production work for a number of clients including Global Television, Citizen’s Bank, Heritage Canada and various broadcast production companies.
My last position with a “major” corporation was senior producer of ZeD – a ground breaking award winning late cross platform TV show. A mouthful I know but it was truly exceptional and forward thinking for its time. I had the good fortune of receiving an Emmy nomination for Advanced Media Technology. In fact, ZeD is a program that Al Gore looked to for inspiration when he launched Current TV in the USA
Biography | The 3rd person variety
As seasoned TV journalist with over 10 years experience, Sudha Krishna rose through the ranks of CBC to become the senior producer of the acclaimed CBC TV late night series, ZeD, inspiring The Link newspaper to exclaim “his story is an inspiration not just to budding journalists, but to all people interested in a career in the media.” In his senior producer role, Sudha supervised a crew of 45 creative professionals ranging from camera operators, studio engineers, producers, on-air talent, and post -production editors. He was also responsible for managing the logistics of a complex cross-platform production that included delivering daily interactive episodes (100+ a season), a homegrown Java-based content management system/web site and up to 300 user-generated uploads a day, many of which were ported to television.
Previously, Sudha was the Arts and Culture Correspondent for CBC Television in Western Canada. In that role, he produced and filed stories for a variety of network programs including The National, Play, Canada Now and Newsworld.
He also wrote, researched, hosted, directed and produced a special CBC documentary during the 2003 Salt Lake City Olympic games and two live 3-hour election specials during the 2000 Federal Election. Further, Sudha has considerable on-air experience, having filed 2,000+ stories as news and current affairs During the past two years, Sudha was deeply involved in cross-platform initiatives at CBC, particularly ZeD where he oversaw logistics for several new media deployments.