About us

David Page
President/Executive Producer

David Page founded Page Productions in 2006. Page creates and executive-produces all programming at Page Productions. David developed the Food Network’s break-out hit, “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” in 2006 and produced it through 11 hit seasons. Page is also creator of the Food Network’s “Outrageous Food,” “Tailgate Warriors,” a pilot for Spike TV entitled Hungry Men At Work, and is in development on series for various other cable networks. A two-time Emmy winner, Page spent many years in network news at NBC, where he developed and co-produced the “Today Show Weekend Edition.” Page also worked at ABC as Senior Producer/Line Producer of “Good Morning America,” and Senior Investigative Producer of “20/20.”

Roberta Brackman
CEO/General Counsel

Roberta Brackman serves as CEO and General Counsel, and head of business affairs and finance at Page Productions. Brackman is a nationally recognized media lawyer, corporate leader, manager and educator. Her wide-ranging legal expertise includes libel, privacy, intellectual property, production, music licensing and compliance. Prior to co-founding Page Productions, Brackman enjoyed a distinguished 15-year career at National Broadcasting Company in New York, and many years in the private sector. As a Vice President at NBC, Brackman directed the Media Law practice, responsible for all news and entertainment program content, intellectual property and music for NBC’s broadcast, cable and internet ventures.

Kari Kloster
Vice President of Programming & Production

Kari Kloster oversees all aspects of programming and production at Page Productions including editorial, budgets, scheduling and staffing. Kari is also Series Producer of the Food Network’s, “Outrageous Food” starring Tom Pizzica. Prior to joining Page Productions in 2008, Kari worked for Fox Sports in Los Angeles on both live studio and remote productions of Super Bowls XXXVI & XXXIX, and NASCAR broadcasts. Kari’s work on NASCAR earned her an Emmy in 2005. Kari has also written and produced series television for PBS, HGTV and DIY Networks.

Drew Sondeland
Supervising Producer

Drew Sondeland oversees the editorial process and post-production for all programming at Page Productions. He was the Supervising Producer of Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives,” supervised post-production on Food Network’s “Tailgate Warriors,” and has edited various specials and development projects. Drew began his production career in 2006 and joined Page Productions a year later.