NEW YORK CITY—Alkemy X Director of TV and Digital Content Brittany George was among the honorees at Cablefax Magazine’s 2018 People to Watch Awards, recognizing “Overachievers Under 30” in the broadcast television industry. George was recognized for her contributions to Alkemy X’s Originals division, which produces original and branded content. She recently produced the 6-part documentary series The 212 for Fuse Media and is currently producing a project for TLC slated for delivery in 2019. The Cablefax People to Watch Awards were presented December 4 at the Yale Club in New York City.
“Brittany is a rising star in the industry,” said Andy Singer, Alkemy X Executive Vice President of Television and Digital Content. “She has been an incredible asset to our growth and played an instrumental role in building our development pipeline and growing our relationships with linear networks, digital and OTT partners. We benefit immensely from the passion, intelligence and creativity she brings to her role as we continue to develop great shows and content.”
George joined Alkemy X in 2016 and has helped to nurture its ties with networks and platforms including MTV, TLC, Discovery and Bravo. She was co-creator of The 212, and guided the series through development, production and launch, earlier this year, on Fuse. She previously was a development associate at Leftfield Entertainment, where she developed original content for Discovery, MTV, History, Animal Planet, Lifetime, Snapchat and Vevo, among others.
“At Alkemy X, I’ve had the opportunity to work under strong leadership with a talented team on great projects,” said George. “This company has opened doors and helped me grow. With the new series we have in the pipeline, I’m very excited about our future.”
Alkemy X’s original content credits include the long running Food Network series Restaurant: Impossible¸ Velocity’s Unique Rides, and Fuse’s The 212.
About Alkemy X:
Alkemy X produces commercials, branded content, network creative, integrated marketing, social/digital initiatives, long-form unscripted television and visual effects for feature films, episodic TV and commercials. Advertising and branded content clients include BMW, Pepsi, Panera, Lexus, Google, and Samsung. Promo, integrated, and social clients include Nickelodeon, Syfy, AMC, TruTV, and Food Network. The VFX team works on series including AMC’s Fear The Walking Dead, NBC’s Blindspot, HBO’s The Leftovers, Netflix’s Maniac and Amazon’s The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.