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Dick Clark Productions has named Tim Bock senior vp of production, it was announced Thursday.
In the role, Bock will oversee production for the company’s roster of shows including American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards and Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest. He will based at the company’s Santa Monica headquarters.
Bock most recently served as the production vp for ABC’s alternative series and specials department. Prior to that, the television production exec held a variety of roles on productions for NBC, CBS, HBO, TNT and Warner Brothers Television. Bock began his career as an NBC page on The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson, which then led to his first television production role as a production assistant at Dick Clark Productions in 1989.
“Tim brings with him more than 20 years of television production experience working with major networks and production teams in scripted, reality, variety, music, event, talk, sports and game show formats, and a proven track record of negotiating, budgeting and executing with efficiency which will serve him well as we continue to grow,” said DCP chief operating officer and chief financial officer Amy Thurlow, to whom Bock will report.
“I am honored to rejoin such an iconic and innovative company,” said Bock. “It’s amazing for me, having started my career as a production assistant here at Dick Clark Productions, to return in a senior leadership role. It is an incredible privilege to be back where it all began.”
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