Ann Harbron has come on board to lead Muse Entertainment’s entry into non-fiction programming and becomes Managing Director of Factual Programming, a new executive position at the production company’s brand new Toronto office that opened four months ago in Liberty Village.
Harbron is the former director of commissioning and production at Discovery Channel Canada and is known for leading the channel’s original programming slate to record ratings and acting as network Executive Producer on factual and reality hits such as Canada’s Worst Driver, Canada’s Greatest Know It All, Last Day of the Dinosaurs and How William Shatner Changed the World. Programs under her supervision generated numerous awards and industry recognition.
“We are delighted that Ann, with her extensive network experience, production knowledge and relationships in Canada and internationally, will be leading Muse’s launch into the exciting and popular world of factual entertainment,” says Michael Prupas, Muse Entertainment’s president and CEO.
“I am thrilled to be joining such an esteemed Canadian production company. Muse is already internationally acclaimed for delivering dynamic, high-quality drama programming. Being tapped to build its non-fiction division is an outstanding opportunity,” says Harbron.