Anthony Nalli is a Canadian television producer and host of the independently produced television series The Aviators, which airs on a majority of PBS stations across the United States, on Travel+Escape in Canada, on Discovery Channel overseas, as well as on iTunes, Hulu, and Amazon. As of late 2016, the seventh season of the show is in production and Nalli's production company, FourPoints Television Productions, has also produced Air Boss, Jet Truck, and The Bikers.
Nalli, a private pilot, began his media career as a freelance writer having written a column entitled Close Calls which was published monthly in several aviation magazines across North America including COPA Flight magazine, In Flight USA, Atlantic Flyer magazine, Canadian Aviation Journal, Cessna Pilot magazine, Pipers magazine, and Cessna Owner magazine in addition to being available online at several aviation related websites. He became an advocate for general aviation collision avoidance after a mid-air collision occurred in Caledon, Ontario, Canada in August 2006 which killed 3 people. Close Calls began shortly thereafter and continued for 50 months.