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Unscripted production company Authentic Entertainment has promoted Jeffrey L. Weaver to executive vice president of production and content, and Paul Halperin to executive vice president of business and finance, the company announced Thursday.
Halperin, who previously served as senior vice president of finance and risk management at Authentic, will manage all the company’s business and financial matters. Formerly senior vice president of current programming at Authentic, Weaver has overseen 16 TV series, four digital series and six pilots since joining in 2011.
A subsidiary of Endemol Shine North America, Authentic Entertainment produces “Toddlers & Tiaras,” “Flipping Out,” “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo,” “Ace of Cakes,” “Best Thing I Ever Ate,” and the upcoming return of “Trading Spaces” for TLC. The company also announced that it has named Nneka Enurah vice president of multi-platform and partnerships and Deb Jackson vice president of production.
“I’m thrilled to announce these promotions,” said Lauren Lexton, co-founder »
- Daniel Holloway
Duff Goldman, the celebrity baker whose Baltimore shop Charm City Cakes is the subject of the Food Network’s hit reality television show Ace of Cakes and the man who baked Obama’s 2013 cake, noted the alleged pastry plagiarism, sharing posted a shocking side-by-side photo to his social media accounts Friday evening.
“The cake on the left is the one I made for President Obama’s inauguration 4 years ago,” Goldman explained in the caption to the photo. »
- Dave Quinn
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