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December 23, 2013

Tammy Glover, Production Executives

Tammy Glover is senior vice president of production for FremantleMedia North America, the U.S. arm of global media giant FremantleMedia, which includes a distribution arm, FremantleMedia International; a digital and branded entertainment division; and a kids’ and family entertainment business. FremantleMedia North America and its portfolio of companies produce programs for network, cable, syndicated and online platforms. Its slate includes a diverse range of both critically acclaimed and award-winning successes, including American Idol, The X Factor, America’s Got Talent, Family Feud, Let’s Make a Deal, The Price Is Right, The Great Christmas Light Fight, The Tomorrow People, Deadliest Catch, Married to Medicine, Ice Road Truckers, Storage Wars, The Pet Collective and the upcoming Celebrity Name Game, among others. 

Prior to joining Fremantle in 2011, Glover was vice president of production for Comedy Central, where she guided current hits like Workaholics and Tosh.0 from development through their first cycles on the network and supervised everything from sketch comedy, 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 was recruited to Comedy Central from MTV Networks, where she served as an executive and freelance line producer on shows as diverse as VH1’s reality series The Rock Life, CMT’s Trick My Truck and America’s Top Cowboy, as well as the 2008 Presidential Forum that was carried live across LOGO, MTV and VH1 to ratings success. 

Before segueing into television, Glover spent two years as an executive at MGM, worked on the Hamptons unit of writer-director Nancy Meyers’ Something’s Gotta Give, and spent seven years as production supervisor for Castle Rock Entertainment, where she worked on such notable films as Christopher Guest’s A Mighty Wind, Two Weeks Notice with Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant and the Oscar-nominated The American President. Glover also created the new media department and produced ancillary digital companion pieces for Othello, Hamlet, Ghosts of Mississippi and I Am Your Child.

Glover began her career in television as a musician in a house band for MTV and has continued to straddle music and television, touring with bands, including Sparks and Thorcraft Cobra, around the world.

Tammy Glover is senior vice president of production for FremantleMedia North America, the U.S. arm of global media giant FremantleMedia, which includes a distribution arm, FremantleMedia International; a digital and branded entertainment division; and a kids’ and family entertainment business. FremantleMedia North America and its portfolio of companies produce programs for network, cable, syndicated and online platforms. Its slate includes a diverse range of both critically acclaimed and award-winning successes, including American Idol, The X Factor, America’s Got Talent, Family Feud, Let’s Make a Deal, The Price Is Right, The Great Christmas Light Fight, The Tomorrow People, Deadliest Catch, Married to Medicine, Ice Road Truckers, Storage Wars, The Pet Collective and the upcoming Celebrity Name Game, among others. 

Prior to joining Fremantle in 2011, Glover was vice president of production for Comedy Central, where she guided current hits like Workaholics and Tosh.0 from development through their first cycles on the network and supervised everything from sketch comedy, 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 was recruited to Comedy Central from MTV Networks, where she served as an executive and freelance line producer on shows as diverse as VH1’s reality series The Rock Life, CMT’s Trick My Truck and America’s Top Cowboy, as well as the 2008 Presidential Forum that was carried live across LOGO, MTV and VH1 to ratings success. 

Before segueing into television, Glover spent two years as an executive at MGM, worked on the Hamptons unit of writer-director Nancy Meyers’ Something’s Gotta Give, and spent seven years as production supervisor for Castle Rock Entertainment, where she worked on such notable films as Christopher Guest’s A Mighty Wind, Two Weeks Notice with Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant and the Oscar-nominated The American President. Glover also created the new media department and produced ancillary digital companion pieces for Othello, Hamlet, Ghosts of Mississippi and I Am Your Child.

Glover began her career in television as a musician in a house band for MTV and has continued to straddle music and television, touring with bands, including Sparks and Thorcraft Cobra, around the world.

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