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TruTV plants flag in Los Angeles

David Dean to oversee new production office

TruTV will open a new production office in Los Angeles, to be run by exec producer David Dean. The net has also bumped up Robyn Hutt to senior VP of original programming, expanding her role, with Anthony Horn named senior VP of current programming and specials.

The net is also expanding the New York office where Horn and Hutt are based, expanding Angel Annussek’s position (exec producer) to include the role of editorial director. The Gotham office will have two new staffers as well: Mark Anstendig and Mark Powell, both exec producers. Veep of development Marissa Ronca also has a new hire: Matthew Baxt, who will serve as director of development, working with consultant Paul Hardy.

Hutt will continue to oversee all production and content on TruTV, managing original programing including pilots, series and specials and reporting to senior veep of programming, production and development Darren Campo. Horn will manage large-scale productions and special programming events in this new role.

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