'Cake Boss' Producer Ups Two Execs to Senior Roles
Patrick Jager and Scott Feeley have expanded their roles at the reality production company High Noon.
High Noon Entertainment, the reality production company behind TLC's Cake Boss and VH1's Tough Love, has promoted two executives.
Patrick Jager has been upped to senior vp development and Scott Feeley has been promoted to senior vp current programming. Both will continue to report to CEO Jim Berger.
"Scott and Patrick each possess a strong creative vision and a unique voice,” said Berger. “They have stellar reputations, deep relationships within the community and amazing energy.”
In his new role, Jager will manage the company's development slate and development team of 10 staffers in Denver, Los Angeles and New York, in addition to his current duties of overseeing pilots and specials. Jager, who also oversees marketing and communications, also will be tasked with producing docuseries and original formats.
Feeley's expanded role will include his current duties, which are executive producing the company's series and specials and overseeing production in the Denver, Los Angeles and New York offices.
Jager joined High Noon in 2007 and has spearheaded development for more than 30 series, specials and pilots. Feeley joined the company in 2006, serving as showrunner for Pilgrim Films' American Chopper, and has served as producer, director and showrunner on various broadcast and cable programs.
The promotions come after High Noon, a part of ITV Studios, produced nearly 40 series, pilots and specials in 2013. In addition to Cake Boss and Tough Love, the company's slate includes Discovery's Dude, You're Screwed, TLC's Next Great Baker and truTV's Guinness World Records Unleashed.