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All3Media Taps Amy Hussey as COO in U.S.

Amy Hussey hired as COO of All3Media's U.S. branch

All3Media America has named Amy Hussey the chief operating officer for the U.S. branch of the U.K.-headquartered independent production and distribution group.

Hussey, previously the executive vice president of All3Media’s Studio Lambert, will report to chairman Stephen Lambert and president Eli Holzman, who made the announcement on Aug. 1. She will oversee operations of all 11 companies of All3Media America.

“We couldn’t be happier to continue working with Amy as she was an integral part of Studio Lambert’s success and brings valuable business expertise to All3,” Lambert said in a statement.

While at Studio Lambert, Hussey oversaw operations, business affairs, human resources and production of network and cable shows, including Emmy-winning “Undercover Boss” and AMC’s “The Pitch.”

Hussey joined Studio Lambert, which specialized in non-scripted content, in 2009. Prior to that, she was a production executive at MTV’s West Coast operations and managed the then-RDF (now Zodiak Media) East Coast projects, including ABC’s “Wife Swap.” She graduated from Penn State and has worked on non-scripted, live sports and feature film projects.

The company also announced that has moved into new digs at 6060 Center Drive in Los Angeles.

All3Media is producing NBC’s “Million Second Quiz,” TNT’s “Inside Job” and Lifetime’s “Supermarket Superstar,” among others. It was recently tapped to produce CNBC docu-soap “Money Talks.”

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