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Exclusive: Indigo’s Katie Hash joins Dorsey Pictures

Denver-based television prodco Dorsey Pictures has appointed former Indigo Films executive Katie Hash as VP of development. Relocating from Los Angeles to Denver, Hash will join Allison Boon in developing and overseeing ...
October 24, 2017

Denver-based television prodco Dorsey Pictures has appointed former Indigo Films executive Katie Hash as VP of development.

Relocating from Los Angeles to Denver, Hash will join Allison Boon in developing and overseeing unscripted projects for the company as it continues to expand the breadth of its development slate. Both report to Dorsey Pictures CEO Chris Dorsey.

The Red Arrow Entertainment Group-owned company currently produces such series as HGTV’s Tiny House Big Living, Tiny House Paradise and Love Yurts; DIY’s Mega Decks and Maine Cabin Masters; and numerous Alaska-based series, including DIY’s Building Alaska and Travel Channel’s Guiding Alaska.

Most recently, Hash served as senior VP of development at Indigo Films. There, she was responsible for running and managing San Francisco-headquartered producer’s development department, creating and developing a number of non-scripted projects to such cable outlets as TLC, Animal Planet and Oxygen.

Prior to Indigo, Hash served as VP of development at A. Smith & Co., where she collaborated on a raft of successful programs including NBC’s American Ninja Warrior, Syfy’s Wizard Wars,TVOne’s Unsung, Spike’s UFC Countdown, BET’s American GangsterandtruTV’s Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura and Full Throttle Saloon.

“We are excited for Katie to join our development team as we continue to expand the breadth of our development slate,” said Dorsey in a statement. “Her success in creating unscripted series with riveting characters and stories makes her a great fit with our team and mission.”

About The Author
Selina Chignall joins the realscreen team as a staff writer. Prior to working with rs, she covered lobbying activity at Hill Times Publishing. She also spent a year covering the Hill as a journalist with iPolitics. Her beat focused on youth, education, democratic reform, innovation and infrastructure. She holds a Master of Arts in Journalism from Western University and a Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto.

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