Tim Chambers is an experienced entertainment executive who has spent 20 years in the film, television, and technology industries. His unique ability to combine creativity, execution, and business acumen is demonstrated by his long list of accomplishments. Chambers wrote, produced and directed THE MIGHTY MACS - the inspirational feature film based on the improbable true story of tiny Immaculata College winning the first national championship in women's college basketball. He served as the Director of the Pennsylvania Film Office for Governor Tom Ridge. He's a former partner in Solaris Entertainment (Miracle), and former VP of Development for Stuart Benjamin Productions (Ray). Along with his movie industry accomplishments, he is the Executive Producer of Farmers Almanac TV, which currently airs in 40 million homes on RFD-TV. He created, produced and launched the Real Estate on Demand Channel for Comcast. He is a founder and partner in Quaker Media Group. He is a founder and CEO of Tango Traffic. Tim is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2011.
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