About Us

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Since its inception in 2014, Videocratic Media has embarked on a wide range of Documentary and Entertainment projects including feature documentaries on genocide and Anti-Semitism, disability rights, and grassroots peacemakers in Israel and Palestine.

In addition, Videocratic Media has been contracted to develop, direct and story produce entertainment projects for prime time clip shows on CW, Epix, TV Guide Channel and Reelz reality programming.

Key to Videocratic media’s approach to documentary emphasizes crafted interviews that are visually dynamic, empathetic and engaging on a wide range of subject matter from disability rights, to peace in the Middle East, to Armenian Genocide recognition, Urban issues and contemporary music and pop culture.

Videocratic EP and owner, Robert Corsini and his collaborators around the world, bring decades of production experience and specialized network of contacts to all their projects for Videocratic Media.


Robert Corsini, owner of Videocratic Media Inc. has 30 years of experience producing and directing documentary content for features, specials and a wide range of entertainment projects. Beginning in the 90s Corsini worked his way up in the news entertainment production world as a PA on travel show and later as an Associate Producer on multiple seasons of the 'Infinite Voyage' science documentary series for WQED (National PBS). Later, following a two-year stint for NBC News ‘I Witness Video’ as a Field Producer – he began his independent documentary work Co-Producing and directing the feature ‘Straight from the Streets’, a years long project on the West Coast Rap scene following the tumult of the Rodney King civil unrest (released in 2000).
Since his auspicious beginnings, Robert’s work has appeared in dozens of programs for major networks, cable outlets and in a wide range of independent projects including PBS, NBC, CW, Discovery Networks, Fox Sports Net, Hallmark Channel, Fox Family, TV Guide Channel, Epix, Reelz and for non-profits such as the Inner-City Games Los Angeles and the Rosenberg Foundation in San Francisco.
He created Videocratic Media 2014 to channel his deep creative skill set into producing meaningful non-fiction stories from concept, through development, production, and post, relying on his long list of creative collaborators in the U.S. and around the world and team building skills, to deliver high-quality broadcast video content.
Robert is a Los Angeles native, a graduate of UCSB and a former Peace Corp volunteer in Togo, West Africa. He and his family are long time residents of Mt. Washington, North East Los Angeles.