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High Noon ups Scott Feeley to president

ITV-owned prodco High Noon Entertainment has cemented its topline structure with the elevation of long-time executive Scott Feeley to president. The expanded role will see Feeley, who previously served as senior VP of programming ...
April 26, 2018

ITV-owned prodco High Noon Entertainment has cemented its topline structure with the elevation of long-time executive Scott Feeley to president.

The expanded role will see Feeley, who previously served as senior VP of programming and development, assuming responsibility of day-to-day operations for the company’s Denver, Los Angeles and New York offices.

In addition, he will continue to oversee all development and production across all operations while generating new character-driven docuseries and original formats for broadcast, cable and streaming platforms for the U.S. marketplace.

Feeley continues to report directly to CEO Jim Berger, with whom he will work creatively alongside, exec producing High Noon’s production catalog.

Feeley joined the Denver-headquartered company in 2006 and has since overseen more than 100 pilots, specials and series. Currently, he supervises a production slate that includes 15 series and 25 pilots, including TLC’s Cake Boss; Facebook’s Von Miller’s Studio 58; and Fixer Upper, Good Bones Restored by the FordsFlip or Flop Vegas and Boise Boys, all for HGTV.

Before joining High Noon, Feeley was a showrunner for Pilgrim Films, and supervised Discovery’s American Chopper. Prior to that, he was a showrunner, producer, director and editor on programming for multiple networks and cable outlets, including CBS, Discovery, History and TLC.

“Scott’s range of creativity is truly remarkable and second to none,” said Berger in a statement. “From a hit property show like Fixer Upper to a live sketch comedy format like Von Miller’s Studio 58 and everything in between – from survival to weddings and from food to restoration – he’s hands on and all in all the time.”

“I look forward to building off the incredible foundation that Jim and the other partners have established here, and working with the fantastic creative and production people who make High Noon so special,” added Feeley.

High Noon, which celebrated its 20th anniversary last year, will premiere four series this spring, including the second seasons of HGTV’s Flip or Flop Vegas and DIY Network’s Fixer Upper spin-off Wood Work, as well as season three of HGTV’s Good Bones and the premiere of HGTV’s Boise Boys.

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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