U.S. cable network A&E has promoted Fred Grinstein from director to senior director of non-fiction and alternative programming.
Formerly director of non-fiction and alternative programming, he will develop and oversee production on many of A&E’s non-fiction series in his new role. He is currently executive producer on the network’s series Storage Wars, Storage Wars: Texas, Storage Wars: New York and upcoming series Southie Rules.
Previously, Grinstein served as executive producer on Dog The Bounty Hunter and Psychic Kids, and prior to joining the network he was director of development for Tiger Aspect Productions and worked as a director and producer for Travel Channel, MTV and PBS. Grinstein is currently in Washington DC as part of A&E’s contingent at the Realscreen Summit.