Rebecca Donohue is a Digital and Development Executive at Vin Di Bona Productions and Fishbowl World Wide Media. In this role, Rebecca oversees the production and publishing of all digital content and original show formats incubated in the digital space for the company. She is also responsible for marketing and expanding the social footprint of VDBP'S broadcast show, "America's Funniest Home Videos" (AFV). Joining the company in 2013, Rebecca helped transform a time-tested television brand into a significant player in digital media. She also develops long form television products with stand up comedians. Recent development projects have included: "Crispy Revival Supreme" with Theo Von & Dan Curry and "Can I Kick It" with Joe DeRosa, Tone Bell and Al Jackson.
Rebecca speaks regularly at Digital Hollywood and other events.
Since 2000, Rebecca has been building viral sites and internet projects with an emphasis on comedy. She was the founder of the popular site, GrilComic.net, which featured interviews with successful female comedians such as Amy Poehler, Margaret Cho, Janeane Garafolo and writers like Gloria Steinem.
A seasoned stand up comedian, Rebecca has performed in 30 out of 50 states and abroad with Navy Entertainment and in the UK at THE STAND Comedy Club. She has appeared on "Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn," Comedy Central's "Premium Blend," Logo's "One Night Stand Up," and many talking head shows for VH1.
Prior to her work with VDBP and AFV Digital, Rebecca wrote for the brand integration department at Maker Studios and for Joan Rivers on E!'s "Fashion Police".