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Mark Joseph is a multi-media producer who has worked steadily in the world of media as a record and film producer, talk show host, columnist, author and media strategist.

From 2001-2005 Joseph worked as a special consultant to the president of Walden Media where he developed and/or marketed a dozen movies including The Chronicles of Narnia, Ray, Holes, Because of Winn-Dixie, Amazing Grace and others. In 2004 Joseph teamed with producer Ralph Winter (X-Men) to co-produce two films, The Bridge and Cupid. Joseph currently serves as producer on four films which are in development: Monkey Trial, Reagan, Sensei and In His Steps. He is also a co-founder and president of the board of the Damah Film Festival.

Joseph produced the soundtrack for The Passion Of The Christ featuring Lauryn Hill, Scott Stapp of Creed, MxPx, Blink 182, POD and others and received a GMA Music Award for his work. He has also supervised the international releases of over 70 records and produced the music for dozens of television commercials. In 2008 Joseph announced his most ambitious project yet when he teamed with Nettwerk Music Group to launch his label, Bully Pulpit Records and proceeded to sign the label's first artist, Molly Jenson.

As a TV host/producer Joseph anchored The Entertainment Report for Group W and CNN, then began a five year run as host and producer of The Interview an international talk show that featured Joseph interviewing public figures like Jay Leno, Larry King, Charlton Heston, George Gallup and others. In 2008, Joseph launched an internet-based show, The Bully Pulpit show, which featured Joseph interviewing leaders in entertainment, media, politics and culture.

Mr. Joseph also spent a decade as U.S. correspondent for two radio stations, Tokyo FM and FM Yokohama for whom he reported dailyfrom Los Angeles and covered the Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles in 2000 for the Talk America Radio Network.

Joseph has been quoted widely on issues relating to the intersection of faith and pop culture in media outlets like The New York Times, USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Tribune, The Wall Street Journal, VH-1 and others.

Joseph's most recent book Faith, God & Rock ‘n’ Roll was published in 2003, and Joseph is currently working on four more books. His writings have appeared in publications like Billboard, Beliefnet, Christianity Today, The Jewish Press, NRO, World, The Yomiuri and others. In 2006 Joseph began blogging for The Huffington Post and writing a column for Foxnews.com

In 2008, Joseph launched his own blog site Bully Pulpit, where he and other bloggers contribute.

Joseph is a much sought after media consultant who oversees a team that handles marketing and publicity for numerous media and corporate clients.

Mr. Joseph lives in the Los Angeles area with his wife and four children.


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