Alibi Entertainment brings on Nick Crowe as factual EP

The former director of factual content for Shaw Media is joining the Toronto-based prodco this month.
July 8, 2015

Former Shaw Media director of factual content Nick Crowe (pictured) is joining Toronto-based Alibi Entertainment as executive producer, effective July 13.

In his new role, Crowe will be responsible for the development and production of factual content for broadcast and digital platforms, and will work out of the company’s head office in Toronto. Alibi Entertainment production credits include such projects as Outlaw Bikers and Last Flight to Berlin.

Crowe has previously produced a raft of original factual series for National Geographic Channel, Slice, Global and History, including Dino Hunt, Dieppe Uncovered, Ice Road Truckers, D-Day to Victory, UFOs Declassified and Mummies Alive.

Prior to his post at Shaw Media, Crowe has held roles at Alliance Atlantis and Shaw Media predecessor Canwest Broadcasting, serving as production executive and program manager for History in Canada.

“We are excited to welcome Nick to the team as we continue to expand our diverse content offerings,” said James Hyslop, president and executive producer for Alibi Entertainment Inc., in a statement. “His incredible sense of story and strong relationships with Canadian and International broadcasters will be essential elements for our business as we strengthen and grow our robust portfolio for the evolving broadcast landscape.”

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