Niles Goodsite Celebrates Three Decades of Success in Television Production

Niles Goodsite is a TV industry veteran who has had a positive influence on the medium.

Online PR News – 16-July-2014 – Chatsworth, CA – Niles Goodsite has had a long and successful career in the television industry. A winner of the Emmy Award, the highest honor that the TV industry can bestow on one of its members, Niles Goodsite has been involved with numerous television productions, including Live From Lincoln Center, Sesame Street, Married With Children, One Life To Live, and The Young and the Restless.

Throughout his career, Niles Goodsite has given the medium of television everything he's got. He has always been a positive contributor to the industry, and respected its power. The influence of American TV, he knows, has spread far beyond the borders of the United States, and has had an enormous influence on shaping popular culture internationally.

By now, the television career of Niles Goodsite has lasted for over thirty years. For many of those years he has been a stage manager who has worked on such distinguished programs as Pavarotti Plus!, a live 1986 telecast featuring the legendary opera singer, Luciano Pavarotti. As the Pavarotti Plus! stage manager, Niles Goodsite's most important function was to keep the show running smoothly, an often demanding skill when it comes to live TV.

The work of Niles Goodsite has been recognized by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences with its Emmy Award, the highest honor the Academy can give to an industry professional. Niles Goodsite has been honored for his work on many productions, including Sesame Street, Live From Lincoln Center, One Life To Live, and The Young and the Restless.

The Television Academy has recognized excellence since its inception in 1946. As Niles Goodsite knows, the Academy is a nonprofit organization devoted to the advancement of television arts, and to fostering creative leadership in the telecommunication industry.
It is the only major organization devoted to the television and broadband screen entertainment industry. Niles Goodsite is one of more than nineteen thousand members, representing 29 professional peer groups, including performers, directors, stage managers, producers, art directors and various other artisans, technicians and executives.

Niles Goodsite has been associated with some of the most popular programs on American TV, including To Tell the Truth and Married With Children, for which he served as stage manager on numerous episodes. As a First Assistant Director, he was involved in a short movie called Blood on the Backlot. He was the Second Assistant Director on The Others, a TV series that was nominated for a Primetime Emmy and an International Horror Guild Award, among others award nominations.

In 1998, Niles Goodsite served as the Assistant Director on Always Outnumbered. In this role, he worked with Executive Producers Walter Mosley and Laurence Fishburne. He oversaw set maintenance, and made sure that the filming of the movie stayed on its production schedule.

When he can find the time, Niles Goodsite enjoys going to the theatre and hiking in the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. He also enjoys traveling. Trips to the United Kingdom have included stops in Scotland and Wales, the Cotswolds, and a visit to Stonehenge, the prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England.

About: Niles Goodsite has enjoyed a thirty-year TV career, and has had a positive influence on the medium.