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WHO We Are

Lou Reda Productions is a full-scale television production company with offices located in Easton, PA and New York City.

Lou Reda, the company’s founder, first made a national name for himself in 1982 when he executive produced the CBS miniseries The Blue and Gray (starring Gregory Peck as Abraham Lincoln). Over the next 30 years, the company produced more than 500 hours of programming for US and international television networks, garnering immense praise in the form of a People’s Choice Award, a Peabody Award and eight Emmy nominations (including one win). Among the company’s recent productions are the event television series WWII in HD (narrated by Gary Sinise) and Vietnam in HD (narrated by Michael C. Hall), produced for History and Brothers In War (narrated by Charlie Sheen), produced for National Geographic.