A multiple Emmy award-winning producer and director, Patrick Weiland is the SVP of Programming and Development at Intuitive Content. He has developed more than a dozen network series, including the recent series “Family Dinner” and “Zoë Bakes” for Chip and Joanna Gaines’ Magnolia Network at Discovery.
His most recent documentary series, “What’s Eating America,” premiered on MSNBC in February 2020. His other credits include “The Zimmern List” for Travel Channel, which won a 2019 Daytime Emmy for Best Travel and Adventure Series, “Crash Test World with Kari Byron” for Discovery+, “Big Food Truck Tip” for Food Network and “How To Survive A Murder” for SKY TV and REELZ.
Weiland is a four-time Emmy Award winning producer of prime time network news and reality programming with more than 20 years experience. From 1995-2005 Weiland was a national producer for the hugely successful NBC News program, “Dateline NBC.” Prior to that he was a producer at the CBS News program “Eye to Eye with Connie Chung” after rising to the ranks of Senior Producer within CBS-owned WCCO-TV in Minneapolis.
Mr. Weiland has a wide range of compelling program highlights, from in-depth hour long investigative reports to live breaking news broadcast in prime-time network television. He has won numerous national awards for his work including three Edward R Murrow Awards for investigative reporting, the IRE gold medal, and in 1998 he was the recipient of the Livingston Award for Excellence in Journalism.
He has produced programs for some of the biggest names in network news, including Tom Brokaw, Connie Chung, Mike Wallace, Maria Shriver, Geraldo Rivera, Josh Mankiewicz, John Larson and John Hockenberry, among others.
In 2002, Mr. Weiland led the first team of western journalists allowed to roam freely within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and was the first journalist to interview family members of the 9-11 hijackers; the program was nominated for an Emmy Award.