Danny Cohen, Managing Director
Based in London, Danny founded and leads New Media News TV. He has produced hundreds of hours of narrowcast television, partnering with governmental membership bodies globally.
In the US over the last decade, Danny has been working with the leadership of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing and the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy to create and develop services for their members around the country. A speaker at association conferences.
Danny is a keen observer of the American and global healthcare landscape and the challenges of educating students in an era of constant technological and social change. His background and understanding of the sector create the kind of visual storytelling that captures how schools are teaching the next generation to bring evidence-based practice to their patients.
Dannys' hobbies include football, going to watch Chelsea FC and tennis.
John Greco, Executive Producer
A veteran Washington-based news and public affairs producer, John has written and produced award-winning short- and magazine-length stories and films as well as documentaries and series. His last science-based documentary was "Thinking Money: The Psychology Behind our Best and Worst Financial Decisions" for public broadcasting in 2014. John was also a contributing producer for PBS's long-running Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly.
John worked out of the NBC News Washington bureau for Dateline and NBC Nightly News. Later, he was a supervising producer for various Discovery platforms, including Discovery Health, Science Channel and Investigation Discovery. While at Discovery Health he originated and supervised "Daily Rounds," a five-minute newsbreak hosted by Mary Alice Williams. He also produced for several series and documentaries on such varied subjects as heart disease, dream interpretation and laparoscopic and bariatric surgery. John was frequently in New York interviewing Dr. Mehmet Oz at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital. John also contributed magazine-length stories to RLTV's Healthline, and has written and produced two films for The Johns Hopkins Hospital.
John earned a master's at Tufts University's Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and undergraduate degree at Boston College and the University of East Anglia in England. He lives in Arlington, VA.