Jeremy Bitz '96
Jeremy Bitz is vice president of local programming and new media for Time Warner Cable, based in New York, N.Y. Jeremy is in charge of the day-to-day and long-term strategic operations of the cable company.
Jeremy’s career in television began in the spring of 2003 when he traveled to the Middle East. There, he served as a producer in Kuwait and Iraq during “Operation Iraqi Freedom”. His crew was responsible for producing and providing daily news and profile stories from the region.
Prior to his current position job, Jeremy oversaw reporting during Time Warner’s coverage of the 2008 Presidential election. He spent majority of that time traveling with both parties’ candidates.
Jeremy has received several prestigious honors for his work in the television industry including a National Association of Black Journalists award and two New York Association of Black Journalists news awards in International Journalism for stories he produced during “Operation Iraqi Freedom.” Jeremy also is a CableACE Award winner and received an Emmy nomination for his production of a half-hour news special based on the crash of TWA Flight 800..