CAA Purchases Peleton Entertainment

Boutique firm represents reality TV producers

CAA has completed a deal to acquire Peleton Entertainment, TheWrap has learned.

Rob Miller’s New York-based agency specializes in the representation of companies and producers behind a number of reality hits, including Paper Route Productions (“Yukon Men, “Garage Gold,” “Buying Alaska”), Screaming Flea (“Hoarders”), and Violet Media (“My Strange Addiction”), among others.

The company also has expertise in co-production financing and distribution rights in the domestic and international marketplace. At CAA, Miller will be accompanied by his colleague Daniel Pine, with the former based in the agency’s New York office and the latter in its Los Angeles headquarters. 

Before forming Peleton, Miller was an agent at N.S. Bienstock, where he established the company’s program packaging division. Prior to N.S. Bienstock, he was president of television for Unapix Entertainment, an independent film and television production and distribution firm; vice president of international Television for the NFL; and vice president of program enterprises for Showtime Networks.

Miller is a graduate of Wesleyan University with a degree in Economics. He is also member of the Broadway Bach Ensemble, an amateur orchestra performing a series of yearly concerts in New York City.

Pine began his career in 2004 in production on scripted and non-scripted projects, before segueing to a coordinator role at Management 360. In 2006, he relocated from L.A. to New York City to work in the television department at the William Morris Agency before being named Head of Development at Al Roker Entertainment. He joined Peleton in 2011.