Glen Freyer has been named senior vice president TV and digital content at creative content company Alkemy X.
He will work alongside Andy Singer, executive vice president of TV and digital content, as the company works to continue expanding its originals division.
“Glen is an extremely creative and well-regarded producer, writer and director with deep contacts who will be a huge asset to us as we develop and launch new series,” said Singer in a statement. “He brings experience as a creator, buyer and seller of high-quality content across a range of genres and formats. We are very excited to welcome him to Alkemy X.”
In his new role, Freyer will developed scripted and unscripted content for both linear and digital platforms, including broadcast, streaming, web and branded content.
Prior to joining Alkemy X, Freyer has held senior roles with Loud TV, Bobby Flay’s Rock Shrimp Productions, Atlas Media and TruTV/Court TV. He has been consulting with Alkemy X for several months.
At Rock Shrimp Productions, Freyer served as executive vice president of development, working with celebrity chef Bobby Flay. He spent six years as senior vice president for development at Atlas Media and three years as the senior buyer for Court TV/TruTV.
Freyer also was a development executive and executive producer at 20th Television’s Fox Lab, and began his television career as a writer/producer on the hit reality series Blind Date. Freyer also has sold numerous screenplays over the years to Fox 2000, Icon Films and Shoreline Entertainment, among others.
Alkemy X’s Originals division produced the long-running Food Network series Restaurant: Impossible, Velocity’s Unique Rides and Fuse’s recent The 212.
Alkemy X is currently producing a project for TLC slated to debut in 2019 and is actively developing new series for Discovery, Food Network and others.