Reveille has tapped Noah Oppenheim to head up its nonscripted development department.
Promotion puts Oppenheim in charge of upcoming Reveille alternative fare, such as its new NBC series starring Tony Robbins. Shingle also has another project in the works at Fox.
Oppenheim, who first joined Reveille last year, was previously VP of development. Before that, he was senior producer on “The Today Show.”
Reveille managing directors Howard Owens and Mark Koops announced the appointment on Tuesday.
“Noah has brought a distinctive point of view to unscripted, and we’re already seeing his impact on our larger development slate,” Koops said.
Oppenheim’s credits also include producing the pilot to CNBC’s “Mad Money,” co-creating and exec producing Joe Scarborough’s primetime MSNBC show and producing “Hardball With Chris Matthews.”
Meanwhile, Reveille has also promoted Meredith Seacrest to director of creative affairs, digital and branded entertainment. In that role, she’ll manage Reveille’s relationship with Microsoft and work on developing brand partnerships.
Erica Bello’s been upped to manager of scripted development. She’s been with Reveille since 2006, working on shows such as “Kath and Kim” and “The Office.”