Coming from a production family in Detroit, Michigan, Jeremy D. Fisher has worked around the United States as a producer and editor for some of the largest media conglomerates, and nicest ma and pa, small business owners in the world.

     With the goal of entertaining and educating the masses through video, Jeremy began his career with A.A.A. Productions, Inc. outside Detroit, Michigan. Created by Stephen and D.D. Fisher, his parents, Jeremy learned things about the entertainment industry never published in a text book. He helped out on several of their productions including a reality dating show called, “Single Seen,” and several national commercial spots.

     In 1997, during his final year at Rutgers University in New Jersey, Jeremy continued his professional video career by interning with Fox News Channel in New York City.

    His first professional boss was Bill O’Reilly. Upon graduation, he was hired by Fox News as a Production assistant, but quickly moved to working primarily on the show, “Fox On Sports Sunday, with Brian Kilmeade and Wally Matthews.”

     In 1999, Jeremy moved to Miami to work with the short-lived USA Broadcasting venture, WAMI-TV. There he booked guests and produced segments for, “Sportstown,” as an Associate Producer.

    As Barry Diller scrapped the WAMI project, Jeremy turned to freelancing, working with Telemundo Network Sports and ClubPlanet.com.

    In the wake of the September 11th attacks, Jeremy jumped back into local news. Jeremy spent the next six years with WFOR-TV, the CBS Owned & Operated station in Miami. There, he produced several shows in sports and special projects, and began editing in Final Cut Pro in 2002.

    He has earned several awards, including three Emmy Awards in the Suncoast Region, four Telly Awards, the Genesis Award, and a Green Eyeshade Award.

    However, Jeremy’s greatest achievement with CBS 4 Miami may just be his last. In June 2007, Jeremy co-produced and edited the South Florida market's first original high definition program, "The Making Of The 2008 Miami Dolphins Cheerleader Calendar."

    In 2007, Jeremy and his wife Isis Morales-Fisher created Digital Fisher Productions, a full-service, high-end media company.

    Servicing international media giants ESPN and Fox Sports (FSN Florida and en Español), as well as smaller clients, he’s helping entertain millions of viewers with his vision and story-telling abilities. He also worked with ACA Productions in Ft. Lauderdale. There, he helped a specialized retail agency move into the high definition age, compositing and making SD and HD deliverables.

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Meet Jeremy D. Fisher