Executives from the production, network and agency communities will be on hand to discuss the whys and wherefores on reality TV development at Multichannel News and Broadcasting & Cable's NYC Television Week next month.
TLC’s Nancy Daniels, NorthSouth Productions’ Charlie DeBevoise, Atlas Media’s Bruce David Klein, Authentic Entertainment’s Lauren Lexton, and CAA’s Scott Lonker have joined the lineup and will participate in the roundtable discussion “The Twilight Zone of Reality Development” at The Content Show Nov.12.
The Content Show, produced by MCN parent company NewBay Media, is a conference and marketplace that covers programming, development and distribution.
NYC TV week will also feature editions of ongoing event series Advanced Advertising, Next TV Summit & Expo, and the Business of Multiplatform TV, as well as award presentations, networking events and seminars.
Daniels is president of Discovery Communications network TLC, where she oversees all of the female-targeted net’s programming, production, development, new media and marketing. She previously served as executive vice president of production and development for the Discovery Channel, shepherding series including Bering Sea Gold, Naked and Afraid, Deadliest Catch and Mythbusters. Prior to her Discovery Channel role, she helmed production and development for TLC, overseeing shows such as Cake Boss, The Little Couple and Sister Wives.
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