About Our President


Boasting 24 years of television programming experience encompassing a diverse array of responsibilities, TMR President Jay Schorr's breadth of talents includes writing, producing, niche identification, program development, trending and analyses.

Jay is a nationally renowned, award-winning television writer, producer and author with credits spanning a diverse array of media projects. From his book, 50 Ways to Look Busy At Work - Even When You're Not, represented by the William Morris Agency and illustrated by Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist, Jim Morin, to sit-coms, news programs, talk shows and screenplays, Jay has earned a reputation in the entertainment community as a one-man creative think tank; a visionary who plumbs the depths of imagination and beyond.

In the early ’80s Jay created and developed two network sitcoms and a variety of syndicated programming fare. By the end of the decade, having earned a reputation as the go-to creative guy for breakout television and other media projects, Jay formed his own media company, TMR Multimedia, to fully capitalize on the wealth of opportunities presented by newly emerging media technologies. Under Jay's leadership, TMR also pioneered the country's first video Yellow Pages for Southwestern Bell and Ameritech.

As President of TMR Multimedia, a Florida-based television production company that develops and produces syndicated television and radio programs, Jay has overseen the development and production of numerous television shows, including sit-coms, news shows and reality-based programs such as Civil Wars, First Impressions and Double or Nothing. His creative repertoire also includes a daily radio program he developed in English and Spanish for a major national newspaper publisher.

Under Jay’s visionary guidance, TMR has grown into a nationally renowned media think tank, earmarked by cutting edge television programming, niche multimedia marketing vehicles and extraordinarily creative advertising, marketing and public relations services.

Jay created and wrote Kmart’s mega-successful advertising campaign, jingle and hit single, “I Found Love At A Kmart Store”, sung by country music star, Darryl Worley. Jay's journalism credits include articles and features for high profile media outlets such as Reuters, Cosmopolitan and The Miami Herald.

Additional information about Jay's remarkable creative repertoire can be found at Hiremybrain.blogspot.com