Marta Ravin is a seasoned Showrunner/Executive Producer with a diverse background who has been sharing compelling stories, producing iconic content and making people laugh for her entire career. Her expertise spans everything from live music, award and reunion shows to paranormal docuseries, kid’s reno shows and digital content. Marta is a pro when it comes to handling challenging celebrity and reality talent, leading a team and serving several masters at once.
Marta has created and sold two original formats. Get Out of My Room, a home makeover show with a teen twist, seen on UNIVERSAL KIDS, PEACOCK and YOUTUBE, with 100m+ views. She also created Long Island Medium, currently in its 10th season on TLC.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Remote, Streaming, Digital
Marta jumped head first into the world of pandemic production with a live remote dance special for MTV, featuring the Club Quarantine DJ himself, D-NICE. Other projects followed for BRAVO, VH1, and iHeartRadio.
Live Specials, Reunions
Marta is a "go to" in the industry for live/live to tape, studio and truck shows and has produced specials and pilots for MTV, BRAVO and BET. She most recently was the Executive Producer of The Love & Hip Hop Reunion specials for VH1.
Marta has developed and produced multiple projects for kids and tweens including the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards and The Halo Awards and her original format, Get Out of my Room for Peacock.
Marta spent many years producing MTV's TRL and other talk projects/pilots for VH!, WE, Bravo; most recently Co-EPing the Drew Barrymore Show pilot for CBS Syndication.
Marta produced two meaningful projects for the non-profit world, one for the Robin Hood Foundation and the other for Vital Voices, a branded special for OWN/NowThis, sponsored by P&G, Sephora, Moderna, and Barbie.
Marta spent many years producing linear and digital events, series, festivals, red carpet and music specials for MTV and FUSE including Total Request Live, Silent Library and Insane Clown Posse Theater.
Marta started out as a writer and stand-up comic, eventually appearing as on-camera talent for MTV, VH1, COMEDY CENTRAL and NBC. She still has strong ties in the comedy community and her writing can be seen in the comedic short story anthology "Afterbirth."