Edward J. Cologna is an award-winning producer and founder of Cologna Productions LLC.
Mr. Cologna comes from a long line of European sculptors and painters, having spent his childhood surrounded by the arts. Edward began his professional career in electronics, which gave him a deep technical understanding of video production; a passion which he still pursues.
Mr. Cologna started his video production business by serving local municipalities. Edward founded the Edison TV station, which won national awards for its local programming, and is currently serving as Studio Director of Newark TV. During this time, he worked with corporate clients, including MetLife, Schering Plough, and Prudential. Edward Cologna is also a founding member of the Jersey Access Group, and has lectured at FIT and Pace University.
In 1994, Mr. Cologna collaborated with Bongiovi Entertainment and Power Station Recording Studio. In 2013, Edward produced "Phonograph Conversations", a documentary about the history of recorded sound.
He is currently producing with Movieverse in Los Angeles, including the award-winning series “My American Family”, “Modern Kung Fu”, the reality show "Life Academy", as well as a cooking show, “Dragon Chef”. Edward is also collaborating with Green Eyed Monster in New Jersey, producing the sketch comedy series “Dog Show Presents”, and the upcoming sitcom “Baseballers”.
Cologna Productions provided Disney's Star Plus Platform first Live Concert ever of popular performer Tini with the setup and use of the CUEPILOT system. Special thanks to Director Luis Santos of Arena Circus.
Mr. Cologna has also brought his video production overseas, co-creating Silk Road TV, a Chinese- American network for the China market, and is currently developing a new digital TV channel in Argentina.