Joe Livecchi is the founder of Noble Savages and a seasoned media professional with over 25 years experience in content creation, programming and marketing. In its first three years, Noble Savages has produced just under 100 hours of programming, including the recently renewed A&E hit series, Alaska PD, an investigative to be announced historical film, History Channel’s Save it or Sell it, Lifetime’s Chicago ER pilot, FYI’s Question of Love and projects across various networks including Complexity: The Universal Laws of Scale, a privately funded documentary produced in partnership with Cormac McCarthy and the Santa Fe Institute. Noble Savages also creates short form and branded content including international commercial campaigns for the Financial Times.
Prior to this, Livecchi served as Senior Vice President of Development for CMT where he developed and oversaw countless hits series including Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Ranch, American Speed: The True Story of Nasar, and Sun Records among others. Livecchi has created hundreds of hours of scripted and unscripted television and adapted international formats for television across a series of high-profile overall deals with Endemol USA, ITV Studios and BBC Worldwide. As a former marketing executive for ABC and NBC, Livecchi ran creative departments and produced campaigns for The Olympics, and some of the most iconic television series of all-time including Friends, Will and Grace, The Apprentice, Home Improvement and others. Livecchi’s work in live television includes Good Morning America and many unforgettable ABC New Year’s Eve specials. Most importantly, he is still having fun and grateful for everyday he gets to tell amazing stories.