So now the Agency For Performing Arts has 10 partners after a meeting last week. The official announcement will come later today. As head of Alternative & International TV, Hayden Meyer joined that department in October 2006 and took over less than a year later and oversaw a big expansion of APA’s alternative television business, the agency says. He recruited reality agents from other agencies, including Marc Kamler, Rob Kaplan, Ra Kumar and Josh Levenbrown, and promoted Alan Moore and John Seitzer from within APA’s training program.
Clients and programs include BCII (“Living With Ed” at Planet Green, “Overhaulin’” at TLC), Collins Avenue (“FlyGirls” at the CW), Dalaklis Media (“Dude, What Would Happen…” at Cartoon Network), Herzog & Co. (“Robin Hood: Unveiled” at The History Channel, “We Stand Alone Together” at HBO), Hoff Productions (“Extreme Forensics” at ID, “Weird, True & Freaky” at Animal Planet), Joke Productions (“Scream Queens” at VH1), Krasnow Productions (“The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency” at Oxygen, “Search” at OWN), Lizard Trading Company (“Whale Wars” and “Virus Hunters” at Animal Planet), Mathis Productions (“I Didn’t Know I Was Pregnant” and “Auctioneers” at TLC), Prometheus Entertainment (“The Girls Next Door” and “Kendra” at E!), Satin Productions (“Most Outrageous Moments” at NBC) and Sternberg Productions (“Shatner’s Raw Nerve” at A&E and “On the Case with Paula Zahn” at ID).
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