Michael Rose is a US Army veteran. He is an award winning author, journalist and filmmaker, who’s produced over 200 documentary television programs.
He has the distinction of writing, producing and directing the very first program to air on the History Channel. His programs have aired on numerous networks and been licensed in over 100 countries.
Based in Los Angeles, he¹s served on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the International Documentary Association and is a member of the Director¹s Guild of America and the Writers Guild West. After service in the US Army he used the GI Bill to earn a bachelor¹s degree in history and then a Master of Fine Arts degree from the Theater, Film and Television Department of UCLA. He¹s a contributing editor to Documentary Magazine and writes for the Huffington Post. He’s currently at work on his second book, tracing the history of Look magazine and is writing a feature film script about the bombing of Hiroshima and its impact on one young girl.
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