Forman previously served as CEO of Relativity Television, a position that he held for eight years since he founded the division in 2008. Before joining Relativity, Forman ran Tom Forman Productions, an independent television production company within CBS Television Studios.
Tom Forman Productions was responsible for series and pilots airing on CBS, including the award-winning and controversial social experiment Kid Nation. Forman created and produced the hit ABC show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, which ran for 11 seasons. He won two Emmy Awards® and two People’s Choice awards for the show.
Christoph previously served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Playboy Enterprises. Prior to Playboy, Pachler worked at Sony Pictures Entertainment for 11 years as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the International Television Division and Senior Vice President of Strategy and Operations for the International TV production business.
Cynthia was previously on the network/studio side of the business and served as Senior Director of Development at ABC both in the unscripted studio, ABC Media Productions and as a buyer in Daytime, Syndication, and Cable. Prior to her time at ABC, Cynthia spent many years at Endemol USA where she helped develop international formats into successful American shows.
With 20 years of experience in unscripted television development, Stefanie started her career at the German Network ProSieben. Gelinas previously served as Creative Director at Endemol Germany, Vice President of Development & Strategy at FremantleMedia, Founder and Managing Director at Talpa Content USA, and Senior Vice President of Development at Zodiak Americas.
Ashley previously served as the longtime producer of Style Network’s How Do I Look? She also co-produced the documentary The Empowerment Project: Ordinary Women Doing Extraordinary Things, which was distributed by IndieFlix.
Ray previously served as a development executive, overseeing both movies and television series at ABC Family, Disney Channel, ABC, and ABC Studios. Ray then went on to sign an overall deal at Sony Pictures Television.
Prior to joining Critical Content, Jonathan worked as a staff Executive Producer for Relativity Television beginning with the division’s launch in 2008. Earlier in his career, Jonathan was a producer on a number of unscripted series, most notably the ABC hit Extreme Makeover: Home Edition and the groundbreaking social experiment Kid Nation on CBS.
Prior to joining Critical Content, Friedman served as EVP for Propagate Content and SVP Business & Legal Affairs for News Corporation-owned production company Shine America.
Scott spent many years at Dick Clark Productions, supervising the post-production for several Golden Globe Awards, American Music Awards, MTV Awards, and American Bandstand’s 40th Anniversary. Later in his career, Schwartz co-produced Nickelodeon’s The Secret World of Alex Mack for the Tom Lynch Company. Other notable credits include Season 1 of American Idol for Fremantle, Big Brother, and Paradise Hotel.
Emile was previously the Managing Partner for Three Olive Media Advisors, a transactional entertainment law firm where he represented major television production companies, on-camera talent, motion picture writers, directors, and producers.
Emile began his career as an in-house attorney with the Playboy Entertainment Group and eventually became the head of the business and legal affairs department, overseeing all production and distribution matters for the television, radio, and online media platforms.