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Eric Schotz

LMNO Productions

Eric Schotz, President and CEO of LMNO Productions, is a nine-time Emmy-award winner whose innovative style and creativity has established him as one of the television industry’s foremost producers/directors of non-fiction and reality-based programming.
His extensive credits include executive producing the highly successful hidden camera series of specials for CBS, “I Get That A Lot;” the Lifetime Television series, “Seriously Funny Kids” hosted by Heidi Klum;  “The Little Couple” for TLC, now in its fifth season; “Meteorite Men” for Science Discovery (Season 3); “Unusual Suspects”(Season 2) for Investigation Discovery and the special, “True Life: I’m The Big Girl” for MTV.  In addition, Schotz has also served as executive producer on “Wickedly Perfect” and “Fire Me…Please!” for CBS and the nationally syndicated daily talk show, “The Dr. Keith Ablow Show.”   He is also currently in production on a new series for The Weather Channel, “Lifeguard!”  Schotz began his career as a journalist in 1979 for a daily news program on KQED, the PBS television station in San Francisco. Soon after, he moved to KABC-TV in Los Angeles where in 1980, he played a key role in creating the highly successful magazine series, “Eye on L.A” which ultimately led to the long-running late-night ABC network series, “Eye on Hollywood.”

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