Sander/Moses Productions/SLAM Inc.
Kim Moses is a principal in Sander/Moses Productions where she has both developed and served as an executive producer on over 300 hours of prime-time television programming.
Most recently, Moses served as the executive producer and sometimes director of the hit CBS drama “Ghost Whisperer.” She also co-authored the show’s companion book, “Ghost Whisperer: Spirit Guide,” and co-created and written the award winning “Ghost Whisperer: The Other Side” webseries.
Kim has co-created (with Ian Sander) the Total Engagement Experience, a new business and creative model for television, which uses the television show as a component of a broader multi-platform entertainment experience that includes the internet, publishing, music, mobile, DVDs, video games and more, establishing an infinity loop driving ratings and increasing revenue streams.
“Ghost Whisperer,” premiered its fifth and final season on Friday, September 25, 2010on CBS. “Ghost Whisperer” was a Sander/Moses production in association with ABC Studios and for the CBS Television Studios Network.
Kim’s other television executive producer credits include “Profiler,” for which she co-wrote and directed episodes, as well as “The Beast,” “New York News,” “Brimstone” and “For The People.”
Among her television movie executive producer credits are “Ali, An American Hero,” the Emmy Award-winning “Stolen Babies,” “Chasing the Dragon” and “How to Marry a Billionaire.” Additional feature film script writing credits include “The Surgeon” and “Home of Champions.”
For the past 10 years, Moses has created and produced entertainment event programming for the Internet, including “Confessions of a Desperate Housewife” for ABC.com, and Electronic Entertainment Expo Internet events for UGO.com (the largest independent gaming community on the Internet—demographic: males aged 18-34).
Her earliest television producing credits include the reality series “How’d They Do That!” on CBS, “Comic Strip Live Primetime” and “My World On Video,” the reality special “The Extreme Edge,” as well as the sports reality series “Power Boat Racing With Don Johnson.” She has also served as a producer on the MTV Music Awards I & II, The Emmy Awards, the CBS live music special “Super Bowl Saturday Night,” the live music special “Walt Disney’s 4th of July Spectacular” and the music special “Disney’s Christmas on Ice.”
Moses began her career in television at Ohlmeyer Productions where she developed reality-based programs, game shows, and rock & roll and sports programs, specializing in live broadcasts. She also worked on Capitol Hill on the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Science and Technology.
Along with Ian Sander, Kim produced “Hollywood and Civil Rights: Destination Freedom,” a live event for the Democratic National Committee during the 2000 Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles.
In 2008, Moses was a member of Newsweek’s Women and Leadership Advisory Committee, and in November that year she spoke on the Convergence Culture Consortium panel at MIT. In 2010, Moses spoke at the Professional Business Women of California’s Conference in San Francisco.
Kim is married to Ian Sander, and they have two children Aaron and Declan.
About Sander/Moses Productions
Sander/Moses Productions founders--writer/producer/directors Ian Sander and Kim Moses—have independently and together developed and executive produced more than 500 hours of original programming for network and cable broadcast.
Sander and Moses executive produced--with each of them directing episodes of--the hit CBS drama “Ghost Whisperer,” which ended its five-year run in 2011. The Jennifer Love Hewitt starring one-hour drama was a Sander/Moses Production in association with ABC Studios for the CBS Television Studios Network.
Sander/Moses additionally executive produced the dramatic series “Profiler,” “The Beast,” “New York News”, “Brimstone”, “For the People”, the Emmy Award-winning series “I’ll Fly Away”, and “Equal Justice”, in addition to the Emmy Award-winning telefilms “Stolen Babies,” “Chasing the Dragon,” “Ali: An American Hero”, “Frankenstein”, and the reality special “Psychic in Suburbia”.
Sander also produced the feature films “D.O.A.” and “Everybody’s All- American”.
Moses also produced “Disney’s Christmas on Ice”, “The MTV Awards”, and the reality series “How’d They Do That?”
The majority of S/M’s series, telefilms and projects in development are dramas featuring themes of female empowerment, with a twist. There’s a simple reason for this, says Kim Moses: “Women are the dominant viewers of broadcast dramas. And they are readily engaged in social media, online interactive sites, and more open minded about sampling new ideas, new programming.”
Several years ago, therefore, as an adjunct to its television division, Sander/Moses Productions created the Total Engagement Experience, a creative and business model which expands upon an entertainment vehicle as a component of a broader multi-platform experience that includes the internet, publishing, music, mobile, DVDs, video games and more, establishing an infinity loop driving ratings and increasing revenue streams.
TEE was originally created in large measure to help boost S/M’s “Ghost Whisperer’s” ratings, which it did handily; then CBS chief Nina Tassler in fact publically credited the innovative effort for lifting the ratings and extending the series’ successful run past 100 episodes. The effort proved so successful that to this day S/M operates TEE as a separate enterprise, under their Slam Internet, Inc. banner, working creatively to supplement the ratings and boxoffice of series and films for numerous motion picture and television studios and networks via a host of original, immersive experiences.
Some examples of TEE’s efforts include the Warner Bros’ features “Hereafter,” and “Happy Feet 2,” as well as for ABC’s “The Desperate Housewife”, “Ugly Betty”. “Live With Regis and Kelly”, and many others.
In addition to its “Hollywood” output, Sander/Moses also produced “Hollywood and Civil Rights: Destination Freedom,” a live event for the Democratic National Committee during the 2000 Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles.
Through the years Sander/Moses Productions has accumulated 31 Emmy Nominations, 6 Emmys, 5 Golden Globe Nominations, 2 Golden Globes, Producer of the Year – Producer’s Guild, DGA Nominee Outstanding Director, 3 Humanitas Awards, 2 NAACP Image Awards, Critic’s Choice Award, a Christopher Award for Outstanding TV Series, 5 People’s Choice Awards, a Saturn Award and a TV Guide On-Line Video Award for Best TV Drama Webisodes.