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The Intellectual Property Corp Taps Leah Hariton, Erin Gamble & Matt Shanfield For Senior Roles, Adds Nine Other …

The Intellectual Property Corporation is bolstering its creative executive team following its recent acquisition by Industrial Media. Eli Holzman and Aaron Saidman, CEO and President, respectively, of Industrial Media, have made a series of new executive appointments at the TV production company behind such series as the Emmy-winning Leah Remini: Scientology the Aftermath.

Leah Hariton and Erin Gamble will head up IPC’s Current Programming department serving respectively as EVP and SVP, while Matt Shanfield joins the company as SVP of Development. In addition, Tobey List has been tapped as VP of Current Programming, Matt Zien has been promoted to VP of Development, Hoo In Kim has joined as Director of Current Programming, Alecia Ashby is set as Director of Production, Steve Erdman has been promoted to Director of Development, Matt Horowitz has joined the company as Manager

Read more at: https://deadline.com/2018/09/the-intellectual-property-corp-taps-leah-hariton-erin-gamble-matt-shanfield-for-senior-roles-adds-nine-other-execs-1202471889/

Oxygen Ups Stephanie Steele To SVP Production & Development

Stephanie Steele is expanding her responsibilities at Oxygen Media with a promotion to Senior Vice President Production and Development from her previous VP role.

In her new position, Steele is charged with overseeing the network’s true-crime programming slate including the second season of Dick Wolf’s Criminal Confessions and top-rated Unspeakable Crime: The Killing of Jessica Chambers. Steele is based in Los Angeles and reports to Rod Aissa, Executive Vice President, Original Programming and Development.

Steele recently launched several of the network’s high rated documentary specials including Aaron Hernandez Uncovered, Dahmer on Dahmer and The Turpin 13: Family Secrets Exposed.

In her previous role as VP of Current Production, Steele served as the executive in charge of series including the long-running Snapped franchise and spinoffs Snapped: Notorious and Killer Couples as well as Buried in the Backyard, Mysteries Scandals with Soledad O’Brien and In Ice Cold Blood hosted by

Read more at: https://deadline.com/2018/09/oxygen-promoted-stephanie-steele-svp-production-development-1202472542/

Stephanie Steele upped at NBCUniversal’s Oxygen

Stephanie Steele has been elevated to senior vice president of production and development at Oxygen Media, NBCUniversal’s true crime multiplatform network for women.

In her new position, she will oversee Oxygen’s growing slate of true crime programming, including the second season of the Dick Wolf-produced Criminal Confessions and Unspeakable Crime: The Killing of Jessica Chambers.

Steele will remain based in Los Angeles and continue to report to Rod Aissa, executive vice president of original programming and development.

She previously held the position of VP of current production, serving as the executive in charge of series including the Snapped franchise and spin-offs Snapped: Notorious and Snapped: Killer Couples, as well as Buried in the BackyardMysteries Scandals with Soledad O’Brien and In Ice Cold Blood, hosted by Ice T.

Steele also launched several of the network’s high-rated documentary specials, including Aaron Hernandez Uncovered, Dahmer on Dahmer and The Turpin 13: Family Secrets Exposed.

Steele joined Oxygen in 2010 as director

Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2018/09/27/stephanie-steele-upped-at-nbcuniversals-oxygen/

A Year In, Cold-Blooded Oxygen Rebrand is Hot

Why This Matters: A network rebranding is a colossal undertaking, and successful ones are studied carefully.

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It has been a year since Oxygen flipped the switch on being a full-blown true-crime network. Oxygen executives said the workload has been massive, but that significantly increased viewership has made it worthwhile for the NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment network.

Newlywed Shot Dead In Front of Husband And Stepdaughter

Elizabeth Wheat, the subject of a recent “In Ice Cold Blood episode, had nearly all that she wanted in life. The 40-year-old prison guard had risen through the ranks, purchased her own home, and had recently married a man named Nuzzio Bergaren. But just as Elizabeth’s marriage was beginning, she was shot dead in front of her husband and stepdaughter.

On January 17, 1998, a call came to 911: “There’s a lady lying in the street. With blood coming out of her head. It looks like she has been shot.”

When officers arrived at the scene, they found that Elizabeth had been shot twice: Once in the face, once in the chest. Officers found her badge lying on the ground next to her body.

Nuzzio, who was present with his stepdaughter when the murder happened, told police a couple of people he perceived as gang members had taken notice when he and Elizabeth had

Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/in-ice-cold-blood/crime-time/newlywed-shot-dead-in-front-of-husband-and-stepdaughter

3 People Convicted For BDSM Torture and Murder of Midwestern Woman Living In California

Murders A-Z is a collection of true crime stories that take an in-depth look at both little-known and infamous murders throughout history.

An all-American girl from Missouri, 22-year-old Brittany Killgore’s life ended tragically after being tortured by three roommates who lived as “master,” “mistress,” and “slave.” The trio—including Louis Ray Perez, Dorothy Maraglino and Jessica Lopez–had a “sex dungeon” that contained “bondage type sex apparatuses, toys and tools” in their Fallbrook home, which is north of San Diego.

Brittany, whose story is told on Oxygen’s “In Ice Cold Blood,” had moved to San Diego after marrying a military man, Cory Killgore. In San Diego, their marriage fell apart, and while Cory was deployed to Afghanistan, Brittany filed for divorce. She was packing to head home when she got a knock on the door from Louis Perez, the boyfriend of Dorothy Maraglino, whom she had recently befriended.

If she had packed a few

Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/in-ice-cold-blood/crime-time/three-people-convicted-for-bdsm-torture-and-murder-of-missouri-woman

A conversation with Ice-T, a hard-working man

 

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Ice-T performed with his band Body Count during the Chicago Open Air Music Festival on July
15, 2017.

Ice-T (a.k.a. Tracy Lauren Marrow)has done it all, including playing the gangster and the cop.

The 60-year-old New Jersey native made his debut in the late ‘80s as a feared L.A. rap pioneer and today, celebrates his 19th year portraying cop Odafin “Fin” Tutuola on “Law Order: Special Victims Unit.”

In between, he founded the heavy-metal band Body Count, acted in countless films, starred in the E! reality series “Ice Loves Coco” with wife Nicole “Coco” Austin, and sold lemonade (not ice tea) in a GEICO commercial.

New series

Ice-T adds True Crime Host to his resume with the debut of his own series, “In Ice Cold Blood,” on Oxygen. He called from his New Jersey home to talk.

What’s your role

Read more at: http://flcourier.com/2018/04/a-conversation-with-ice-t/

‘Death Smell’ From Nearby Trash Can Leads To Body Of Missing Woman

Lauren Giddings was an enthusiastic young woman who moved to Macon, Georgia from Maryland after being accepted to law school, but her time would be cut short by a disturbed and deranged classmate living right next door, according to The Baltimore Sun. Speaking to Oxygen’s “In Ice Cold Blood,” Giddings’ sister, Kaitlyn Wheeler, said: “She really didn’t bloom until college. She was loud and fun. She wasn’t as much like that in high school.”

Wheeler also recounted the last time she communicated with her sister. “The last time I specifically remember talking to Lauren was through text message on June 24, which was a Friday. I was driving home from my honeymoon,” Wheeler said. “It took me a few days to realize that she hadn’t responded.” 

Other family members and friends began to notice they hadn’t heard from Lauren, and Wheeler asked a friend of Lauren’s to check her apartment

Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/in-ice-cold-blood/crime-time/death-smell-from-nearby-trash-can-leads-to-body-of-missing-woman

Ice-T bringing his chill vibe to Oxygen

Actor. Rapper. Reality-show star.

And now, crime-show host.

Ice-T (a.k.a. Tracy Lauren Marrow) has done it all, including playing the gangster and the cop. The 60-year-old New Jersey native made his debut in the late ‘80s as a feared L.A. rap pioneer and today, celebrates his 19th year portraying cop Odafin “Fin” Tutuola on “Law Order: Special Victims Unit.”

In between, he founded the heavy-metal band Body Count, acted in countless films, starred in the E! reality series “Ice Loves Coco” with wife Nicole “Coco” Austin, and sold lemonade (not ice tea) in a Geico commercial.

Ice-T adds True Crime Host to his resume with the debut of his own series, “In Ice Cold Blood,” airing Sundays on Oxygen.

He phoned in from his home in New Jersey to talk about the show, a career on both sides of the law, and why hip-hop’s O.G. watches “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse” in his spare time.

Q:

Read more at: https://www.theday.com/article/20180408/ENT09/180409721

Ice-T bringing his chill vibe to Oxygen

By Lorraine Ali, Los Angeles Times

Actor. Rapper. Reality-show star.

And now, crime-show host.

Ice-T (a.k.a. Tracy Lauren Marrow) has done it all, including playing the gangster and the cop. The 60-year-old New Jersey native made his debut in the late ’80s as a feared L.A. rap pioneer and today, celebrates his 19th year portraying cop Odafin “Fin” Tutuola on “Law Order: Special Victims Unit.”

In between, he founded the heavy-metal band Body Count, acted in countless films, starred in the E! reality series “Ice Loves Coco” with wife Nicole “Coco” Austin, and sold lemonade (not ice tea) in a Geico commercial.

On Sunday, Ice-T adds True Crime Host to his resume with the debut of his own series, “In Ice Cold Blood,” on Oxygen.

He phoned in from his home in New Jersey to talk about the show, a career on both sides of the law, and why hip-hop’s O.G. watches “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse”

Read more at: https://www.dailyrepublic.com/wires/entertainment/ice-t-bringing-his-chill-vibe-to-oxygen/