Steve Lange

Executive Producer – Co-Founder, Make Fresh Productions


Steve Lange is a 30-year Television veteran, multi-platform content creator and producer. Lange began his broadcast journalism career in TV news and rose to become News Director in the top three television markets. He led his newsrooms to top honors in all three -- achieving number one status in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles. Lange has been awarded numerous Emmys and other top industry awards. Lange’s credits also include, Executive Producer Extra, the syndicated magazine show. He has produced thousands of hours of programing for Food Network, History Channel, Discovery, HGTV, and National Geographic including BBQ with Bobby Flay” and Wolfgang Puck,” staring the acclaimed chef. Lange is co-creator of TechKnow,” the award-winning show about science by millennial scientists. In its multi-season run, TechKnow has won acclaim for innovative story telling and production. He is President & Executive Producer, Make Fresh Productions Inc. and oversees the company’s current programs including “The SoCal Scene” on Spectrum News 1 and “VOA TEK” on Voice of America.


Roland Woerner

Executive Producer – Co-Founder, Make Fresh Productions


Two decades at NBC News in various producer positions including Senior Field Producer for “NBC Today” and Senior Producer for MSNBC “Hardball with Chris Matthews.” Roland has produced hundreds of network television projects ranging from hard news to features shot around the world working with talent ranging from Tom Brokaw to Katie Couric to David Frost. In 2013 at Al Jazeera America, he co-created and was Executive Producer of “TechKnow,” a science show seen in 300-million global homes via AJAM and Al Jazeera English. At Current TV, he was Senior Producer on the political analysis show “The Young Turks”. Working outside of news and analysis TV for two years, Roland was a producer for both Judge Joe Brown” and “Swift Justice with Nancy Grace” court shows for CBS Television Distribution. He started his career in New York City, producing for radio at WNBC-AM and WABC-AM, and producing specialized videos for Aviation Week Magazine (McGraw-Hill). Currently he’s co-Founder and Executive Producer of Make Fresh Productions, a television/digital production company with esteemed clients that include IBM, Fusion Cable Network, and Al Jazeera America. He is a published author creating and writing the bestselling book franchise “eBay for Dummies” (Wiley Co. Publisher). Roland oversees the company’s current programs including “The SoCal Scene” on Spectrum News 1 and “VOA TEK” on Voice of America.


Jeffrey McHale

CREATIVE DIRECTOR, Make Fresh Productions


Jeffrey McHale has over 15 years of experience directing and editing feature films, short films, commercials, trailers, and music videos. His career in post-production began after graduating from Columbia College Chicago. After numerous collaborations with the non-profit film production company Spilt Pillow, he was brought on as their Creative Director to oversee development through post-production on features, documentary series, and youth outreach. He has worked for multiple advertising agencies and post-production houses including Digital Kitchen, Cutters, Hybrid Collective, Starcom, and EURO RSCG. Jeffrey began his career in broadcast television as the Special Projects producer at the Tribune Broadcasting channel WGN America. Jeffrey’s editing credits also include the launch campaign for Matt Damon’s foundation, the concert documentary that followed the reunion tour for The Postal Service, titled “Everything Will Change,” and the “1991” music video for Azealia Banks.  He served as lead editor on “TechKnow,” the science and innovation series on Al Jazeera America. Most recently, he edited “Phenoms,” the soccer doc-series produced for 21st Century Fox. His feature documentary,“You Don’t Nomi,” about the afterlife of the 1995 cult classic Showgirls, premiered at in 2019 at the Tribeca Film Festival. His other clients include Netflix, Fusion, Partizan, The Onion and KCET. He currently oversees “The SoCal Scene” and “VOA TEK” for Make Fresh Productions.