Exclusive: Vox’s Alison Dammann boards Good Caper as VP of development
Good Caper Content, the true crime and investigation arm of ITV America, part of ITV Studios, has appointed Alison Dammann as vice president of development.
Dammann (pictured) is based in Los Angeles and reports to Good Caper president Kathryn Vaughan.
She will be working across Good Caper’s slate — which includes TLC’s three-part special Taken at Birth and MTV’s new docuseries True Life: Crime — developing and shepherding a range of projects in the crime and investigation space.
Dammann was previously director of development at Vox Media Studios, where she created and led original projects for Facebook Watch, Sundance TV, YouTube Originals, Participant Media and more. Prior to that, she was director of development at Mashable Studios, helping to launch the media company’s entertainment arm and a slate of original scripted and unscripted series for digital and linear platforms.
She has also held positions at 44 Blue Productions and Critical Content, where she launched her career.
“Alison shares our passion for carefully and authentically telling these often challenging crime and investigative stories, and we’re so excited to welcome her to the Good Caper team,” said Vaughan in a statement.
“Her dexterity and experience across a host of subject matter and content mediums is a massive asset, as we continue to bolster our slate with crime content that broadens and redefines the genre. It’s going to be an exciting road ahead, and we couldn’t be happier to have Alison along for the ride.”