Candi Carter is a media executive who has produced award-winning broadcast television for over 30 years. In her most recent role, Carter was an executive producer/showrunner for ABC and had a first-look development deal with ABC Entertainment. In 2020, she became the executive producer and showrunner of the Tamron Hall Show. Under Carter’s supervision, Tamron Hall received three nominations for the 2021 Daytime Emmys, as well as an NAACP nomination. Prior to joining Tamron Hall, Carter served as executive producer of the iconic daytime TV show, The View, for five seasons. During her tenure, The View was inducted into the Broadcasting Hall of Fame and won an Emmy Award in 2020 for “Best Informative Talk Show.” Carter spent 15 years at The Oprah Winfrey Show in Chicago, producing some of the most memorable hours of television in daytime history. In 2011, Carter raised capital and co-founded New Chapter Entertainment. As CEO, her Chicago-based production company originated, developed, and produced unscripted TV shows for broadcast, cable, syndication, and new media. Carter’s leadership incorporates building successful teams and businesses, working with high-profile personalities and A-List celebrities, and creating strategic content partnerships and focusing on diversity at every level of the organization.