Beth Carmona is a journalist and radio & television professional who graduated from ECA - USP (University of São Paulo).
From 1987-1998 she spearheaded TV Cultura as its director, gaining plaudits for the channels outstanding cultural programming. It was under her management that the channel then became a benchmark for Brazilian television by producing quality children's programs while achieving healthy ratings.
Her international career took off in Miami from 1999 to 2002 when she began working on Discovery Kids and Animal Planet as Latin America´s Production and Programming Director. Beth also acted as a Senior Production Manager for Disney and Fox Kids Brazil that also both benefitted from her work.
From 2003-07 she was then CEO of Roquette-Pinto/ACERP (TVERJ) educational TV´s and radio stations. Her management and efforts towards revamping the structure served as the fundamental basis for the creation of EBC, Empresa Brasil de Comunicação and TV Brasil.
In addition to this, she oversaw successful projects and shows such as "Mundo da Lua" and "Castelo Rá Tim Bum" (TV Cultura); "Um Menino Muito Maluquinho" (TVE RJ); "Eco-Aventura na Amazônica" and "Missão Austronauta" (Discovery Kids) as well as projects like "Curta criança", "Curta animação" and "Tonky" (TVERJ). Under her management projects have been nominated and awarded in Japan and the U.S (International Emmy Awards).
Beth has also participated as a panel member in a number of international awards such as the Japan Prize (NHK), the International Emmy Awards, Prix Jeunesse International as well as numerous festivals in China, Argentina, Chile, Cuba, Ecuador and Uruguay.
She also founded and heads Midiativa - A Brazilian Media Center for Children and Teenagers and well as founding Ala - Aliança Latino-Americana where she acts as a coordinator for the organization which promotes interchange programming to and fro from countries in Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa.