IMDb TV Moves Content Team to Amazon Studios Under New Co-Heads

  • Variety
IMDb TV Moves Content Team to Amazon Studios Under New Co-Heads
Amazon-owned free streaming service IMDb TV is moving its content team to Amazon Studios, and will develop original programming under new IMDb TV co-heads of content Ryan Pirozzi and Lauren Anderson.

The pair will lead all of the service’s programming, including creative development, production, licensing and strategy. Amazon Studios co-heads of television Albert Cheng and Vernon Sanders will work closely with Pirozzi and Anderson to develop an original and licensed slate “that builds upon IMDb TV’s inaugural year” and complements the studio’s originals according to a memo from Amazon Studios chief Jen Salke.

Pirozzi has been with Amazon for nine years, most recently as head of worldwide television and movie licensing for Prime Video. Anderson was most recently head of strategic content for Amazon Studios, and prior to that worked as senior vice president of primetime programming for NBC Entertainment and chief content office of NBCUniversal
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