About Robert Neustadt Productions
Robert Neustadt Productions, Inc. offers innovative and focused
messaging for Internet, television and corporate media. We specialize in
breaking through media clutter with captivating visuals and crisp
storytelling. Innovation is key, but must always take a back seat to clear
communication. Clients including Cardinal Health, Abbott, McDonalds, Discovery Health, NBC, Fox and non-profits appreciate
our plain-spoken style and complete dedication to service using the
highest production values. We bring energy and focus to our projects
with dogged attention to scheduling and the budget. We are pleased to
have won Emmy, Telly and CINE awards on behalf of our clients and TV
Robert Neustadt grew up in Ohio and started making movies with his Dad’s regular 8mm camera at age 11. Since then, it’s been non-stop storytelling, reporting and producing across the nation and occasionally overseas. Neustadt graduated cum laude from The Ohio University in Athens and received his Masters of Fine Arts from The American Film Institute. When not on the road, he lives north of Chicago with his wife (an accomplished photojournalist) and three kids.
A Deeper Dive
Robert served as Series Producer on Dr. Know (19 x 30:00) for Discovery Health Channel, which debunks old wives tales and pervasive medical myths. He co-created and produced Mark Kistler’s Imagination Station (90 x 30:00), which recently won a Northern California Emmy Award. Based on the Simon & Schuster books, the series was distributed to MTV 2, 150 public television stations and six countries. In the DIY arena, he worked as Line Producer for Hearst Entertainment's Ron Hazelton's Housecalls, a traveling home improvement series. When Better Homes & Gardens (Meredith Publishing) entered broadcasting, Neustadt was tapped to serve as Post Production Coordinator for the series, syndicated by Eyemark to 170 markets.
Emmy Award winning Mark Kistler's Imagination Station
Over the last 20 years, he has written and produced medical, investigative and environmental segments for NBC, Fox, Paramount TV, Ivanhoe, TLC and Discovery. He worked for PBS flagship station Maryland Public Television where he co-created and produced Maryland Farm & Harvest, a weekly series which reintroduces the public to how our food is raised. He also worked on Wall Street Week with Louis Rukyser, Weeknight Alive! and numerous other projects. Neustadt received an Emmy Award for his work on The West and In America, weekly investigative magazine programs distributed by Paramount TV. He also produced an episode of A&E's American Justice with Bill Kurtis for Towers Productions.
Precision Agriculture on Maryland's Eastern Shore
Most recently, he co-created and implemented a $9 million national campaign for the University of Iowa and The National Safety Council focused on new car technologies. MyCarDoesWhat.org is a consumer friendly initiative offering VR, lively graphics, plain-spoken web content, games and videos to demonstrate the revolution in safe driving automobile features.
Rick and Scout explain latest car technologies for MyCarDoesWhat.org