Roger Aronoff is a documentary filmmaker and a former Editor of Accuracy in Media. He wrote this for InsideSources.
Roger Aronoff is Executive Director and Editor of the CCNS. He is a former Editor of Accuracy in Media. Aronoff has worked as a journalist, TV producer, writer and distributor.
Roger has written, produced and directed video documentaries that include Confronting Iraq: Conflict and Hope, The Clinton Legacy and TWA 800: The Search for the Truth. Two of those films—Confronting Iraq (2005) and TWA 800 (2002)—have won top prizes at WorldFest, the Houston International Film Festival.
Aronoff has appeared as a guest commentator on National Public Radio, Air America, CNN, Fox News, CNBC’s “Kudlow & Company,” Court TV, Russia Today, and CTV (Canadian TV), among others.
A University of Texas graduate with a B.A. in History, Mr. Aronoff has worked as a freelance journalist in South Africa, a columnist for the Jewish Herald Voice, and as a producer of syndicated radio and TV musical/variety programs, including “Woodstock: Ten Years Later,” “Billboard’s Artist of the Year,” “No Place But Texas,” and “Bravisimo.”
Aronoff wrote and produced a monthly “Sixty Minutes” style TV series called “Public Disclosure,” a joint production of Judicial Watch and the Free Congress Foundation. He also produced “The Judicial Watch Report,” a live, one-hour public affairs/political talk-show.
In 2008 Aronoff produced, directed and co-wrote a documentary that aired on many PBS stations called “Fighting Words: A Tale of How Liberals Created Neoconservatism,” which won the top prize at WorldFest in the category of Political / International Issues, and in 2009 he produced a weekly public affairs show on PBS called “Think Tank with Ben Wattenberg.”