Radius is a television production company that develops and produces quality non-scripted and reality programming.

Building on 30 years of combined experience from former production companies, Rubicon Creative and Maelstrom Entertainment, Radius is dedicated to creating new concepts with visually striking images, state-of-the-art computer graphics and strong appeal to targeted viewers.

Radius has recently completed its third season and 26th episode of WALL STREET WARRIORS. The series is moving from MOJO HD to a new major cable network. Air times for season 3 will be announced soon. 




Scott J. GillPrior to co-creating and producing three seasons of WALL STREET WARRIORS for MOJO HD, Gill wrote and directed the feature documentary THE MARS UNDERGROUND for DISCOVERY HD. The 3D-effects-heavy film explores the work of rocket scientist, Dr. Robert Zubrin, and his plan to send the first human mission to Mars.

Gill has also filmed a documentary about Cambodia called THE BLOOD EARTH. The film was shot entirely on location in Southeast Asia and tells the story of a survivor of the Killing Fields.

Before producing non-fiction, Gill began his career in the movies as an assistant editor to Oscar-winning film editor Dody Dorn (MEMENTO) and to Arthur Coburn (SPIDERMAN). He traveled the world working on motion pictures as diverse as DANGEROUS BEAUTY (Rome), SOLOMON AND SHEBA (Morocco), and SUNSET PARK (New York).

Gill then moved up to the position of film editor, cutting independent feature films like PHANTASM III, PHANTASM IV, TWEEKER and BUBBA HO-TEP for distributors like MGM and UNIVERSAL.

Peppered throughout his career, Gill has cut countless television shows and documentaries for networks including FOX, DISNEY, HISTORY CHANNEL, DISCOVERY, GALLERY HD & VH1. Gill has also directed and/or produced 14 television commercials.


Sean SkeltonSean Skelton has written, produced and directed a variety of projects in the documentary and narrative genres. He is the Co-creator and Producer of the MOJO HD documentary TV series “Wall Street Warriors,” which ran for three seasons (2007-2009) to critical acclaim. When released to video, the show became the #1 reality and documentary series download on iTunes for two straight months.

As Associate Producer on the documentary feature “The Legend of Ron Jeremy.” Mr. Skelton was brought in during post-production to help structure the film. “Jeremy” won Best Picture at the Slamdance Film Festival in Park City, Utah and acquired theatrical release. It was purchased by Showtime and received a nomination for Best Documentary of the Year by the Chicago Film Critics Association.

Mr. Skelton was a Producer on the narrative independent feature “Tweeker” and was 2nd Unit Director on the HD documentary feature “The Mars Underground”, which was acquired by Discovery HD and aired in 2007.

Mr. Skelton has produced and directed several pitch reels as well, including the scripted comedy series idea “Vice, Inc,” starring Richard Kind (“A Serious Man”, “Mad About You”) and Craig Bierko (“Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas”, “Cinderella Man”); “Dwelling,” a scripted comedy series idea about two couples living in a loft on New York City’s Lower East Side; “Raw” a documentary series idea about the Raw Food movement; and “Howard the Cat Groomer,” a documentary series idea about an eccentric cat groomer in New York City.

Mr. Skelton penned the feature-length screenplays “The Downside” and “Below Bleecker”. “Down Bleecker” was a semi-finalist in San Francisco’s Film Arts Foundation Screenwriting Competition and a No Borders entrant in the Independent Film Project (IFP) Market in New York City.

Mr. Skelton is a graduate of the Film School at the University of California at Santa Barbara.