CANNES – L.A.-based producer-distribber Reveille is expanding its international division by naming Chris Grant VP and head of the new unit and adding veteran TV exec Glasia Whang, formerly of NBC Intl, to the ranks as consultant for Asia. John Pollak is being promoted to director of International Distribution & Creative Affairs; Todd Cohen becomes Director/Creative Affairs exec; and Curtis Greenwood coordinator for the new unit.
Company CEO Ben Silverman also unveiled Sunday three third-party deals inked with producers to sell their products abroad starting this week at Mipcom.
These deals include:
- “World Cup Comedy” (Grammnet Prods & Nelson Page Entertainment) A one-hour improv series exec produced by Kelsey Grammer and Wayne Nelson Page;
- “Runway Moms” (Engel Entertainment) A look at Expecting Models, the world’s only agency devoted to repping professional models during their pregnancies;
- “The Office Temps” (Lone Eagle Prods.) A comedic look into the world of temporary office employment.
These projects join a number of other reality shows which have been sold abroad by Reveille, including “Blow Out” and “The Biggest Loser.”