Contact: Eliot GoldbergRegion: United States

Title: Senior Vice President, Unscripted Programming, AMC
Genre: Unscripted
Region: United States

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AMC is an American basic cable and satellite television channel owned by AMC Networks. The channel primarily airs theatrically released movies, along with a limited amount of original programming. The channel's name originally stood for "American Movie Classics", but since 2002 the full name has been deemphasized as a result of a major shift in its programming.


Dedicated to producing quality programming and movie content for more than 30 years, AMC Networks Inc. owns and operates several of the most popular and award-winning brands in cable television. AMC, IFC, SundanceTV, WE tv, and IFC Films produce and deliver distinctive, compelling and culturally relevant content that engages audiences across multiple platforms. The company also operates international programming businesses consisting of AMC/Sundance Channel Global and AMCN Chellomedia, as well as AMC Networks Broadcasting & Technology, a full-service network programming origination and distribution company. For more information, please visit

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As the Senior Vice President of Unscripted Programming, Eliot Goldberg oversees the department’s operations, which include programming strategy, development of new series and the network’s current portfolio of critically-acclaimed hits such as Comic Book Men, Freakshow, The Pitch and Small Town Security, as well as the highly-rated talk-shows Talking Bad and Talking Dead.


Prior to AMC, Goldberg served as the Senior Vice President of Development and Original Programming for CMT, where he oversaw the development of original series that included Bayou Billionaires, Fat Cops and Dog and Beth: On the Hunt.  During his tenure as the Senior Vice President of Development and Original Programming for TV Land, Goldberg oversaw reality series such as High School Reunion and Hot in Cleveland.  Goldberg also served as the Executive Vice President of Programming and Development for Ryan Seacrest Productions, where he created and executive-produced such hit franchises as Keeping Up with the Kardashians, and developed the critically-acclaimed, Emmy-award winning ABC series Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution.


A veteran producer with over 20 years’ experience, Goldberg has held executive positions at The WB Network and Stone Stanley Entertainment (where he oversaw a full slate of hits like The Mole and Celebrity Mole for ABC, Fame for NBC and The Joe Schmo Show for Spike), as well as positions at Buena Vista Television and VH1, where he was nominated for an Emmy for the groundbreaking series Bands on the Run.


Goldberg started his career as a news magazine producer and was one of the original producers of the syndicated hit Access Hollywood.  A member of the Producer’s Guild of Los Angeles, Goldberg currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and four children.