With headquarters in New York City, Rock'n Robin Productions is staffed by a talented group of award-winning network and cable television veterans, and offers state of the art post-production services including editing and mixing with on site production partner Framerunner, Inc. RRP's reach extends across the United States, and even overseas, with original, overdubbed and subtitled programming offered in a number of languages.
Headed by well-known Good Morning America co-anchor Robin Roberts, the company's mission is to offer all the above listed services with the care and personal attention of a boutique production company. While Roberts is available to host/narrate selected projects, programming also features a roster of veteran and up and coming on camera talent.
Robin Roberts is the versatile co-anchor of America’s top-rated morning news program, Good Morning America, with more than 30 years of experience as a producer, reporter and anchor in radio and television.Read More
Executive Vice President, Programming & Development
Emmy, Peabody, DuPont, and National Headliner Award-winner John R. Green is a 20-year veteran of ABC, and still oversees prime time specials and special series as Executive Producer of Special Programming at ABC News. He has produced several dozen high-profile specials anchored by Robin Roberts, Barbara Walters, Katie Couric, Diane Sawyer and David Muir ranging from live breaking news hours, to taped news magazine specials tied to The Academy Awards, The Miss America Pageant, and the CMA Awards.Read More
Director of Operations
Nicole Angel takes tremendous pride in her ability to help bring strong, exciting, thought provoking television to life. She enjoys working on high-energy productions such as the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Good Morning America, Katie, in addition to filming reality television in thirteen countries.Read More
As Creative Director of Rock’n Robin Productions John oversees the look and style of the company’s series and specials. He is the recipient of an Emmy for his work at Good Morning America, a Peabody Award for ABC News 9/11 coverage, and a Telly award for best marketing video of the year.Read More
While the recent series of domestic violence charges against NFL players continues to shed light on one of our nation’s worst kept secrets, and many reports focus on the fate of Ray Rice and the other players named in recent allegations, I can’t stop thinking of one brave victim of domestic violence whose name surfaced shortly after the scandal broke. Beverly Gooden sparked controversy and conversation when she sent out a series of messages on Twitter listing the many reasons it took her more than a year to leave her own abuser. The headlines ricocheted across the globe because she ended each tweet with the hashtag #WhyIStayed. That hashtag went viral and Gooden made the rounds on the talk shows and on morning TV with a very important message.
When professional mixed martial arts athlete Nick Newell (11-1-0) walks into the ring, fans are rooting for more than just another exciting fight from the Springfield, Massachusetts native. They’re cheering on an individual who has inspired millions of fans with his unique story of triumph and perseverance. Newell, 28, was born with congenital amputation, and has only one arm.
The launch party for Rock’n Robin Productions took place after the company was announced by Robin on Good Morning America. After a flurry of traffic to the new website and followers on social media, the team, friends and other celebrity guests met at the Hudson Hotel to celebrate. #flyRobinfly