Harry Wiland grad­u­ated Brook­lyn Col­lege with a major in Chem­istry and from Colum­bia Uni­ver­sity with a MFA in Film & Tele­vi­sion. Wiland has pro­duced pub­lic tele­vi­sion and mul­ti­me­dia for over 30 years. While still a stu­dent at Colum­bia, he co-produced Johnny Cash: The Man, His World and Music, a tele­vi­sion and fea­ture film pro­duc­tion. From 1994–1997 he was CEO of Leonardo Inter­net. In 2002, with busi­ness part­ner Dale Bell, he founded the Media & Pol­icy Cen­ter located in Santa Mon­ica, CA and devel­oped its media model. With Bell, he has been the Exec­u­tive Pro­ducer and Direc­tor of all of MPC’s major pro­duc­tions. In 2004-05, he co-wrote the PBS Com­pan­ion book for Edens Lost & Found and in 2006 super­vised the writ­ing of its aca­d­e­mic cur­ricu­lum. Wiland and Bell were the project lead­ers for Edens Lost & Found (2006–07). Other projects include the 20-unit video series Going To Green Sus­tain­abil­ity Cur­ricu­lum released by PBSd/Chelsea Green Pub­lish­ing in 2008. In 2006, Harry and Dale were elected Ashoka Life­time Fel­lows, and they remain the only media pro­fes­sion­als in that orga­ni­za­tion. The team pro­duced and directed Grow­ing Greener Schools to air on PBS dur­ing Earth Day Week in 2010. Wiland has been a direc­tor mem­ber of the Direc­tors Guild of Amer­ica since 1981, and of the Acad­emy of Tele­vi­sion Arts and Sci­ences since 2003.

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