Glen Freyer, VP of online content at truTV, has been named vice president of development at Atlas Media Corp. Freyer has worked for more than a decade creating, writing, and producing non-scripted programs. At Atlas, he will report to Kaki Kirby, EVP of business development and special projects.
“Glen’s broad experience in the production of original and non-scripted programming makes him an ideal fit,” said Kirby. “We’re thrilled that he’ll be joining our team.”
Freyer worked as VP of non-fiction programming at Court TV (rebranded as truTV). He also developed and created shows for the channel’s primetime lineup.
Prior to his work at truTV/Court TV, Freyer pitched and developed original shows at Fox. He served as executive producer of Classmates, which he created, and Live Like a Star. He was also producer of the syndicated hit Blind Date.
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