Mark Raudonis

SVP of Post Production

As the Senior Vice President of Post Production, Mark Raudonis oversees the editing and final finishing of all BMP shows.  Changes in camera and editing technology have totally transformed this part of the industry over the past few years and keeping BMP on the leading edge of those technological changes is a big part of Mark’s job. 


Since joining BMP in 1994, during the San Francisco season of MTV’s The Real World, Mark has directed and edited countless Bunim/Murray shows.  He received an Emmy nomination for his work as an editor on The Real World: Hawaii.  Serving as the Post Producer for The Real World for many years, Mark developed a workflow and post process to transform the thousands of hours of raw footage into a compelling television viewing experience.


Mark began his career as a documentary film cameraman for PBS-TV station WMPB in Baltimore.  After moving to Los Angeles to study at UCLA, he got a taste of the feature film world working for Robert Altman on the feature film Popeye. Next, he spent several years directing and producing magazine style shows for KABC-TV and KCBS-TV, where he developed a strong interest in post-production.  As a freelance editor, Mark worked on many network shows, receiving an Emmy nomination for The Laugh-In 20th Anniversary Special.


Mark is a graduate of the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University.