CBS All Access has named Danny Feldheim vice president of original content, the streaming service announced on Thursday.
In his new position, Feldheim will focus on both current programming and new development, reporting to Julie McNamara, the executive vice president of original content at CBS All Access.
McNamara was named head of original content for CBS All Access in June. The original content unit for CBS All Access reports to David Stapf, president of CBS Television Studios and Marc DeBevoise, president and COO of CBS Interactive.
“Danny is a forward-thinking creative executive with strong relationships in the talent community who shares our enthusiasm for launching our new premium service,” McNamara said. “We are thrilled to have him on our team.”
Prior to joining CBS All Access, Feldheim worked in drama programming at Fox, where he helped develop and oversee series production on “24: Legacy,” “The Exorcist,” “Rosewood,” “Gotham” and “Red Band Society.” He started at Fox working in the comedy development department.
Before that he worked at a wide range of entertainment companies including Nickelodeon, Brillstein Entertainment Partners and ICM.
CBS All Access plans to launch a number of original series in the next year, including “Star Trek: Discovery,” a spinoff of “The Good Wife,” and a digital edition of “Big Brother.”