Exclusive: Leftfield’s Jordana Hochman joins Loud TV

U.S. prodco Leftfield Pictures' VP of programming Jordana Hochman (pictured) is joining sister company Loud TV as its senior VP of programming.
January 20, 2015

U.S. prodco Leftfield Pictures’ VP of programming Jordana Hochman (pictured) is joining sister company Loud TV as its senior VP of programming.

Though the exec will continue to serve as an executive producer on select projects at Leftfield, Hochman will focus her efforts on programming at the New York-based Tiny House Nation producer.

Both Leftfield Pictures and Loud TV – along with Outpost Entertainment and Sirens Media – form part of the ITV Studios-owned Leftfield Entertainment.

Over at Leftfield, Hochman’s credits include Blood, Sweat & Heels (Bravo), Wrestling With Death (WGN) and Love Prison (A+E), as well as the upcoming Lachey’s Bar (A+E).

The exec began her career as a producer and director for MTV Networks, and later joined A&E and Bio Channel as a director and executive producer of non-fiction and alternative programming. Prior to joining Leftfield, she was VP of current series for Oxygen, where she oversaw such shows as My Shopping AddictionKiller Couples and I’m Having Their Baby.

“We’re very proud of the tremendous growth Loud TV has experienced over the last 18 months, which also made it quite clear that we needed another senior executive to help steer the ship on the programming side,” said Loud TV president Nick Rigg. “Jordana is an extremely talented producer with an established track record, both in the production and network realms.”

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