Tammi Leader Fuller Books & Biography
Tammi Leader Fuller has been “making news” in South Florida for twenty-five years. Her television career began with a summer internship at WLPG (ABC), when riots had the city of Miami in flames and hundreds of Cuban rafters washing ashore every single day in what was eventually dubbed the Mariel Boat Lift. She left local news after a couple of years to teach topless aerobics at a Club Med village in the Caribbean, then snapped back to reality and moved to New York, to become Bureau Chief for the Nightly Business Report, a nationally syndicated show on PBS. But eventually, Miami called her back home, and she jumped right back into producing newscasts for WTVJ (CBS/NBC) in 1984, spending a decade there, producing, writing and managing their special projects unit. She received various accolades for her work, including two Emmy Awards. In 1992, Tammi started her own production company, producing hundreds of stories for NBC’s The Today Show, the NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw, MSNBC and CNBC, as well as Fox’s America’s Most Wanted, and 48 Hours on CBS. She remains a regular contributor to the Today Show and the nationally syndicated entertainment program, Extra. In the past couple of years, Tammi has steered her company into a completely different direction, taking on the challenge of producing Corporate Marketing Videos and Travel Diaries for various resorts across the globe. Over the past two years, Tammi in Miami Productions has expanded to include six employees and a state of the art post production studio.