Marni Blake Rothman is a Freelance TV Producer in New York City. Working for networks such as TLC, HBO, MTV, VH1 and PBS. Known for her “go get them” attitude Marni is willing to put herself on the line for any role no matter what it entails.

At the age of eighteen Marni was determined to get her foot in the door. Writing a letter to a producer of MTV’s TRL lead to her first internship in 2001. She continued to work for MTV for the following four years on live events such as the VMA’s and Spring Break taking her all over the country. She then ventured to VH1 creating the controversial show “All Access: Britney verse Christina.” It wasn’t long until she became Associate Producer on shows such as “My Coolest Years”.

In 2005 she made her way to the Emmy award winning network, HBO where she became skilled in the documentary department. Working on shows such as “Cathouse the Series”, “Autopsy with Dr. Michael Baden” and more recently “One Nation Under Dog” selected to be part of the Tribeca Film Festival.

Marni spearheaded digital production for an information web site covering current events that appeared additionally on Covering red carpets such as the Tony Awards, Fashion Week, and move premieres. Here she strived to provide front row access to an online community. In addition Crossborders, LLC hired Marni to produce web content for projects such as “Wall Street Boxing” and “New Media” A New Era” a series for the U.S. State Department which was selected as an Official Honoree for the 2008 Webby Awards.

In Los Angeles, Marni coordinated all locations and was in the field as the Associate Producer of the “Rachel Zoe Project”. MTV later brought her to Wisconsin to be the Field Producer of “College Life” managing talent and story. Continuing her producing work she was hired by Magilla Entertainment in 2011 to work on the TLC hit show, “Long Island Medium”.

Currently Marni is a member of the Producers Guild of America and always looking to grow as a producer. She resides in Brooklyn with her husband, K.C.