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Jacquie Jordan has already produced for some of the hottest personalities in television, including Bob Saget, Montel Williams, Donny & Marie Osmond, Maury Povich, Geraldo Rivera, and Cybill Shepherd.
Jacquie has been involved in booking, supervising or producing as many as 10,000+ television guests. Her reign has come from successfully launching and executing many syndicated daytime programs and cable shows on time and under budget.
Most recently, she worked as the Showrunner for AMC’s Sunday Morning Shootout , in it’s 100+ episode, hosted by Hollywood Icons – Chairman of Mandalay Entertainment Group, Peter Guber, and the Editor-in-Chief of Variety, Peter Bart. Celebrity guests have included Steven Spielberg, Queen Latifah, Kevin Costner, Edward Norton, Danny DeVito, Charlize Theron, Clint Eastwood, Andy Garcia, Samuel L. Jackson, Sherry Lansing, Laura Linney, Robert Downey Jr., Peter Jackson, Sylvester Stallone, Cuba Gooding Jr., Sir Anthony Hopkins, Sir Ben Kingsley, Michael Moore, Terry Semel, Vince Vaughn, and Dustin Hoffman.
As Executive Producer, Jacquie launched the copy-cat formula of Shootout for the TVGuide Channel called Square-Off with a focus on the television industry hosted by Andy Wallenstein of the Hollywood Reporter and Brian Lowry of Variety.
As a gun for hire, Jacquie has overseen pilots and shows for Buena Vista, Sony, Tribune, Twentieth Television, and Telepictures, the kingdom of television conglomerates.
Several shows have recently sold based on Jacquie’s creative input in visual presentation and writing.
Known for her ability to find the heart of any story, Jacquie Jordan garnered her second daytime Emmy nomination for Best Show. Her primary mission is to educate, enlighten, and entertain with the highest level of integrity. In addition to Jacquie’s continuous production schedule, she works with a committed group of new and exciting talent on their branding, promotion, marketing, producing and development, as well as their on-camera skills and now partner in feature films and scripted content. Jacquie has innovative and informative programs. Jacquie began her career in radio as a local disc jockey, then news reporter. After taking to the airwaves, she went on to become an on-air reporter and hosted several public affairs programs.
Her voice has been heard on many radio commercials including Dunkin’ Donuts and Ace Hardware. Jacquie is a graduate of a University in Communications. She has been featured in Entrepreneur Magazine, Selling Yourself Magazine, Feedback Magazine, on the cover of Woman’s World Magazine and her own personal appearances have been everything from Good Day New York to TV in LA; she has appeared on 100’s of radio shows discussing the business of television and pop culture.