Jody Brockway is senior vice president of development of Granada America, the U.S.-based television development and production arm of the United Kingdom's Granada International, one of the world's leading visual media companies. Granada develops and produces made-for-television movies, as well as series and reality shows.
Through her leadership, she has sold into development TV movies at virtually all of the major broadcast and cable networks. Executive producer credits include 12 Days of Christmas Eve, starring Stephen Weber and Molly Shannon; Identity Theft: The Michelle Brown Story, starring Kimberly Williams-Paisley and Annabella Sciorra; Rudy: The Rudy Giuliani Story, starring James Woods and Penelope Ann Miller; and Scent of Danger, featuring Sherilyn Fenn and Costas Mandylor.
Most recently she was vice president, miniseries and motion pictures for television, at NBC Entertainment in Burbank. During her seven-year tenure there, she oversaw the development and production of more than 100 long-form titles, including the Emmy® Award-winning telefilm Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammemeyer Story, starring Glenn Close and Judy Davis; A Woman of Independent Means, starring Sally Field; and the high-profile and critically acclaimed miniseries, The 60s, featuring Julia Stiles and Jerry O'Connell. She has also supervised the production of two series for NBC, Malibu Shores, starring Keri Russell, and Crisis Center, with Kellie Martin.
A graduate of Boston University, Brockway also teaches television production at the USC School of Cinema-Television's Peter Stark Program and is a member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.