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December 23, 2013

Tammy Glover, Production Executives

Tammy Glover is currently a production executive at TNT/tbs, a division of Turner Broadcasting, Inc., whose notable programs include Murder in the First, Last Ship, Falling Skies and upcoming shows like Agent X, Angie Tribeca and Wrecked.

Prior to that, she spent almost four years at FremantleMedia North America, first as vice president, and then senior vice president of production. FremantleMedia produces programs for network, cable, syndication and online platforms. Its slate included American Idol, America’s Got Talent, Family Feud, Let’s Make a Deal, The Price Is Right and scripted programs like The Returned and The Wedding Band.

Before joining Fremantle in 2011, Glover was vice president of production for Comedy Central, where she guided hits like Workaholics and Tosh.0 from development through their first cycles on the network and supervised everything from sketch comedy, to game shows, animation and long-form scripted shows on a network whose notable programs include The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Colbert Report, Reno 911! and South Park.

Glover came to Comedy Central from MTV Networks, where she served as an executive and Line Producer and, before that, worked at Castle Rock Entertainment. She began her career as a musician and segued to television after working for MTV.

Tammy Glover is currently a production executive at TNT/tbs, a division of Turner Broadcasting, Inc., whose notable programs include Murder in the First, Last Ship, Falling Skies and upcoming shows like Agent X, Angie Tribeca and Wrecked.

Prior to that, she spent almost four years at FremantleMedia North America, first as vice president, and then senior vice president of production. FremantleMedia produces programs for network, cable, syndication and online platforms. Its slate included American Idol, America’s Got Talent, Family Feud, Let’s Make a Deal, The Price Is Right and scripted programs like The Returned and The Wedding Band.

Before joining Fremantle in 2011, Glover was vice president of production for Comedy Central, where she guided hits like Workaholics and Tosh.0 from development through their first cycles on the network and supervised everything from sketch comedy, to game shows, animation and long-form scripted shows on a network whose notable programs include The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Colbert Report, Reno 911! and South Park.

Glover came to Comedy Central from MTV Networks, where she served as an executive and Line Producer and, before that, worked at Castle Rock Entertainment. She began her career as a musician and segued to television after working for MTV.

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