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Justin Hochberg has entered an exclusive multiplatform deal with Endemol Shine North America. Under the agreement, Hochberg and his Just Entertainment Studio will “develop the next generation of global TV formats and digital branded content for Endemol Shine North America,” the company said Tuesday. Hochberg helped develop and launch “The Apprentice” and “The Contender” franchises, and created TNT’s “Great Escape” and CNBC’s “The Profit.” Also Read: Endemol Shine USA Sets New Unscripted Team “We’re excited to have Justin on our Endemol Shine team to develop the next generation of global TV formats and branded digital content,” Eden Gaha, »
- Tim Kenneally
Endemol Shine has signed an exclusive multi-platform agreement with Justin Hochberg’s Just Entertainment that will see Hochberg develop digital branded content and global tv formats for Endemol. Eden Gaha, President, Unscripted Television for Endemol Shine USA made the announcement. Previously, Hochberg helped develop and launch NBC’s The Apprentice, and The Contender, and created TNT’s Great Escape as well as The Profit for CNBC. Through Just Entertainment, Hochberg… »
Reality producer Justin Hochberg, who was part of the launch team behind “The Apprentice” and “The Contender” franchises, has signed a multi-platform deal with Endemol Shine North America, Variety has learned.
Under the exclusive pact, Hochberg and his Just Entertainment Studio team will develop the “next generation of global TV formats,” plus digital content for the company.
“We’re excited to have Justin on our Endemol Shine team to develop the next generation of global TV formats and branded digital content,” Eden Gaha, president of unscripted television for Endemol Shine USA, announced Tuesday. “Justin’s a talented producer with the ability to bring together all of the elements that create major TV franchises.”
Hochberg commented, “The new Endemol Shine is more than a TV juggernaut. Having access to its digital platforms, talent, consumer products and global reach, has already begun paying dividends. I’ve never gotten bigger and better ideas sold faster. »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Former British boxing champ Anthony Small -- who was 23-2 as a pro -- is on trial in England for allegedly trying to sneak off to Syria to join Isis ... this according to the BBC. The 33-year-old boxer was arrested in England along with two other men after authorities say they were trying to forge documents to illegally enter Syria. Small and the two men have all been charged with engaging in conduct in preparation »
- TMZ Staff
Filmdom’s erstwhile Rocky Balboa will step back into the reality-tv ring as an executive producer of NBC’s S.T.R.O.N.G., a fitness competition from The Biggest Loser creator Dave Broome, our sister site Deadline reports.
Similar to Biggest Loser, S.T.R.O.N.G. (Start To Realize Our Natural Greatness) will challenge six men and six women to become their best, buffest selves, working with trainers to evolve from average Joes and Jills into tight-n-toned physical specimens.
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5 items from 2015
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