Round of Creative Promotions at High Noon


LOS ANGELES/DENVER/NEW YORK: High Noon Entertainment has elevated a number of executives on the company’s creative team, including Scott Feeley to senior VP of programming and development.

In his newly expanded position, Feeley will manage both development and current. He is responsible for generating new character-driven docuseries and creating original formats for both U.S. broadcast and cable channels, as well as overseeing High Noon’s development team. He will continue to executive produce all of the company’s series and specials, and supervise production in the Denver, Los Angeles and New York offices. His current production slate includes HGTV’s Fixer Upper, TLC’s Cake Boss and Animal Planet’s Dr. Dee: Alaska Vet, among other shows.

Feeley previously served as VP of programming at High Noon. He will continue to work directly under and creatively alongside Jim Berger, the company’s CEO, who commented: “It’s not uncommon to find Scott editing a pilot himself to achieve the perfect voice. His experience as a producer, writer and editor ideally positions Scott to overlook all creative.”

Jon Khoshafian was upped to VP of creative and business affairs. In his expanded role, he will lead the Los Angeles development team while focusing on formats, emerging media, broadcast network and syndicated programming. He will collaborate with Katie Neff, the company’s Denver-based VP of development. Khoshafian previously served as senior director of creative and business affairs.

Julia Plant, Mary-Catherine Parent and Abby Spudich have all been promoted to development manager. They will continue to search for fresh talent and develop character-driven docuseries and formats revolving around them.