Steve Binder is an Emmy and ACE award-winning producer, director, writer, educator, and Golden Globe nominee. The Los Angeles Times called his first feature film, The T.A.M.I. Show, "the greatest of all rock 'n' roll films." Steve has written, produced, and directed dozens of television specials, including multiple Diana Ross specials and Petula with British singer Petula Clark and Harry Belafonte. He has frequently been a guest speaker at the William S. Paley Media Center in Los Angeles and in New York, where special evenings were devoted to his work in the entertainment industry. In 1968, Steve conceived, directed, and produced ELVIS, The '68 Comeback Special. TV Guide called this landmark event "the second greatest musical moment in television history next to the Beatles' debut on the Ed Sullivan Show." Steve also proudly served in the U.S. Army in Europe as an announcer for the Armed Forces Radio network. He is currently an active member of the Directors and Producers Guilds of America and serves as an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California.