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Exclusive: 10Fold taps Suzy Taylor as SVP of development

Suzy Taylor has been tapped to join Red Arrow-backed prodco 10Fold. As SVP, development, Taylor will oversee development for all of the Los Angeles-based company’s television projects, both domestic and international. Prior to 10Fold, Taylor ...
January 25, 2018

Suzy Taylor has been tapped to join Red Arrow-backed prodco 10Fold.

As SVP, development, Taylor will oversee development for all of the Los Angeles-based company’s television projects, both domestic and international.

Prior to 10Fold, Taylor spent two years serving as vice-president of development at 5×5 Media, where 10Fold’s co-founders Craig Armstrong and Rick Ringbakk previously served as co-CEOs.

“Suzy’s passion for creating content, and her take on what’s hot and what’s not in our industry, makes her a perfect choice to lead our development team,” said Armstrong and Ringbakk in a joint statement. “She has a phenomenal work ethic and boundless energy which keeps us both on our toes.  We’re very proud to have her here at 10Fold.”

Taylor previously worked in development at Sonar Entertainment, M2 Pictures, 3Ball/Eyeworks, and T Group Entertainment.  She brings expeerience in development and production for broadcast, cable and digital platforms, and in scripted and unscripted genres of television. Her credits include Survivor for CBS, Wild Justice for Nat Geo, Rich Kids of Beverly Hills for E!, and Cupcake Wars for Food Network.

“I’ve known and worked with Rick and Craig for years, and their approach to this industry has always been such inspiration to me,” added Taylor. “They’re people who stand behind creating content that both entertains while it elevates others and motivates viewers to better themselves. I could not be more excited to have the band back together for this new business venture.”

 

 

 

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