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Veteran development exec Jodi Tovay boards Crazy Legs Productions

Crazy Legs Productions has expanded its development team with the addition of four-time Emmy Award-nominated producer Jodi Tovay as director of development. Based in Atlanta, Tovay (pictured) will work across Crazy Legs’ development portfolio, ...
November 11, 2020

Crazy Legs Productions has expanded its development team with the addition of four-time Emmy Award-nominated producer Jodi Tovay as director of development.

Based in Atlanta, Tovay (pictured) will work across Crazy Legs’ development portfolio, with responsibility for managing projects to pitch to both networks and streaming platforms.

Tovay boards Crazy Legs with 15 years of experience in media and storytelling. Most recently, she served as executive producer and director of television at Public Broadcasting Atlanta.

Prior to this, she held a variety of roles within Discovery Communications (now Discovery, Inc.), including as senior manager of development and production. In this role, she was responsible for collaborating with global indies on more than 200 hours of original series and films.

Earlier in her career, Tovay worked in client-facing marketing for Discovery Communications and Viacom.

“Jodi is a seasoned development executive with experience in a variety of genres, great taste, and valuable relationships in the creative community,” said Alana Goldstein, VP of development at Crazy Legs Productions, in a statement. “My goal is to have diverse voices in our development team and we’re excited to have Jodi join our team and bring her unique point of view.”

With offices in Atlanta and Los Angeles, Crazy Legs Productions focuses on producing premium entertainment across multiple genres, reality and true crime television, documentaries, sports programming, branded entertainment, and feature films.

About The Author
Jillian Morgan is the Associate Editor at Realscreen with a background in journalism and digital marketing. She joined the publication in 2019 after serving as the assistant editor to trade publications HPAC and On-Site. With a bachelor of journalism from the University of King's College in Halifax, she also works as a freelance writer and fact-checker.

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