ABOUT

Company Background

Aaron A. Weiss Communications has a wide-ranging interest in all forms of the media industry including programming for Television, Cinema, Radio and the Internet. The company also has a keen interest in music having written and co-produced two songs for projects.


The company has collaborated with various organizations to produce programming that is relevant, up to date and captures the imagination of diverse audiences. The films and programs have also been at the forefront of trends and technology.

 

Aaron A. Weiss Communications continues to distribute its own projects having sold programming to networks across North America and the United Kingdom while also working with third parties.



CEO Biography

Aaron Weiss is the CEO of Aaron A. Weiss Communications. Aaron has been in the media industry since the age of 13. Recognized as one of the youngest television producers in the world, Aaron has been featured on: Entertainment Tonight On-line, CBC's What's New, and Street Cents, YTV Rec Room, YTV Rocks, CBC Radio's FYI, and CKO Radio's Bob Maclean Show, as well as in the newspapers: Toronto Star, the Toronto Sun, T.O. Magazine, and Allo Police.


In the 1990's, Aaron worked for the Rogers Cable Youth studio. While there, he served as a co-op teacher and taught media literacy as a guest instructor in junior high schools. As a host and accredited journalist, Aaron has interviewed top Hollywood movie stars, athletes, scholars and international figures such as Former UN Commander in Bosnia, Lewis MacKenzie. Aaron also covered many events including: the Toronto International Film Festival, Toronto Argos, Toronto Blue Jays, North by North East Music Festival, Canadian Music Week and The Molson Indy.

 

Weiss-produced programs have appeared on the following networks: iN DEMAND PPV, Sports Channel America, Viewers Choice PPV, Shaw PPV, Starchoice PPV, Bell ExpressVU PPV, ESPN Classics, City TV, The Fight Network, Chin Radio, and Rogers Cable.  


Aaron completed a Bachelor of Arts in Radio and Television from Ryerson University in 2001.