Biography

Cynthia Salinas is an award-winning producer of news, documentaries, series, specials and branded media.

In 2013, Salinas joined NBC Peacock Productions as a supervising producer for MORE All My Children and MORE One Life to Live. The talk shows launched in conjunction with the reboot of the popular soaps on HULU.

In 2012, Salinas led a new unit within CBS Eye Productions producing network work quality media for corporate clients. The project included overseeing the broadcast of the documentary-style productions on location while working under intense deadlines to update the programs daily.

In 2011, she began working with NBC Universal, NBC NextMedia. Salinas successfully led one of the largest productions the unit had ever undertaken. As part of the production, she worked directly with over 40+ corporate clients concurrently.

Her television career began with CNN producing hundreds of live, daily broadcasts including covering historical news events. During her tenure, she also launched CNN Quickcast, the networks first streamed newscast.

Salinas launched her production company, Public Pool Productions, LLC, in 2005 after winning a major contract with the U.S. Army. The contract required her to program a private military channel; create original programs; and foster a sustainable operation that could be run by the civilian personnel she trained. Salinas dramatically increased the standard of production and created the No. 1 Army-wide news program.

Salinas has also been a reality series producer for shows featured on The Speed Channel, The Weather Channel and Discovery’s American Heroes Channel.

Her works have been honored with three Emmy Awards, an Edward R. Murrow Award, a DuPont-Columbia Award and several Keith L. Ware Awards.