Jason Killian Meath has written and produced award-winning television and movies all his life. Landing his first job as a Top 40 radio DJ at age sixteen, Jason lived and breathed entertainment. Founding a movie studio in his teens, he quickly began writing for TV and movies and never stopped. Today Jason is founder of three media companies and has created popular programming featured on Amazon Prime Video, Discovery Channel, PBS, USA Network, Fox Nation, The Family Channel, American Heroes Network, NewsmaxTV and others. His work has enabled him to work with Academy Award-caliber talents, leading public figures and top social media influencers. In addition to his entertainment offerings, Jason has served as an ad maker and media advisor for several Presidential campaigns. He wrote Hollywood on the Potomac culminating exhaustive research from 7 Presidential libraries. He co-wrote the children’s book The Pepperoni Palm Tree with his then-7-year-old son Aidan which captured the hearts of children and parents alike. Jason earned a BA in English from Hampden-Sydney College, studied screenwriting at Columbia University and is a frequent commentor on television and guest lecturer. He splits his time between Palm Beach, FL and Washington, DC.
Jason is a descendant of one of the most widely known and best-loved American poets of the 19th century Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.