In 1988 Lauren was one of the first people to join MTV Europe as it began to transmit over 25 countries.
In 1992 Lauren left her post as Head of Programming and moved to New York to join MTV Networks. As VP Production she was Executive Producer of more than 16, 000 hours of MTV programming. Over her four years at MTV she co-created the MTV Beach House and oversaw all the music shows, including YO! MTV RAPS, 120 MINUTES, HEADBANGER'S BALL and a special on Nirvana that featured the final television interview with Kurt Cobain.
After eight years at MTV, Lauren joined Broadway Video which became Golden Books Family Entertainment to run their TV and Film division. This was her opportunity to follow her love of storytelling and produce narrative based series for the family audience. Over the next three years she oversaw a new series of LASSIE for THE LITTLE LULU SHOW for HBO.
Lauren set up her own production company, LLPi, in 2000. In 2001, while developing I am David, she was Executive Producer of MUSICIANS, a music performance and interview series for the BRAVO Network starring Sheryl Crow, Elvis Costello and Tony Bennett among many others. Building on her love of classic family entertainment she is currently in development on the feature adaptation of BRIDGE TO TERABITHIA for Walden Media.
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