A veteran of the entertainment industry, David Wyler has experience in all aspects of film and television including development, production, financing, distribution and marketing. He began his career in film production, working on Coming Home (1978), Comes a Horseman (1978), Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978) and Tourist Trap (1979). From 1978 to 1981, he served as head of programming for ON TV, where he helped pioneer subscription television with the first pay-per-view World Championship Boxing series and the first pay-per-view concert, The Rolling Stones: Live 1981. He then served as head of programming for ABC’s Tele1st, before he joined the William Morris Agency as a television packaging agent. In 1988, he moved to RadioVision International as the COO and head of sales. During Wyler’s tenure at RadioVision, the company produced and distributed high-profile, live musical television events including Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Tribute (1988), which he produced, Michael Jackson Live in Bucharest (1992), which he produced, Bob Dylan: 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration (1993), on which he served as executive producer, and many more. In the 1990s, Wyler was a partner and owner of BoxTop Interactive, which specialized in creating online brand extensions for entertainment companies.
At Bogorad-Wyler Productions, David Wyler produced numerous game shows and reality programs such as National Enquirer TV, Pictionary, Animals Are People Too! and National Enquirer: 25 Years of Scandals. In 2004, he created Alchemy Television Group, a UK-based television finance, production and sales company for drama and reality television. Alchemy financed and distributed television series and miniseries including Flashpoint, Ben-Hur, Diamonds, The Company and Coco Chanel. In 2009, Wyler created Genetic Entertainment for the production of reality programming and scripted miniseries and limited series.