Stone Stanley Changes Name

Nov 10, 2004  •  Post A Comment

Following the departure of co-founder David Stanley in July, production company Stone Stanley Entertainment (“The Man Show,” “The Joe Schmo Show”) has changed its name to Stone and Company Entertainment. The name change was accompanied by a series of promotions within the 14-year-old company. Among the title changes: Sharon Levy has been promoted to executive VP, Michael Frederick has moved up to VP of program development and Jennifer Decker has been named executive VP of finance.

“Stone, Levy, Decker, Marcus, Helberg, Kane, Frederick, Bloom Entertainment was a little unwieldy, so we settled on Stone and Company,” co-founder Scott Stone said. “We have always had a team approach here and that team deserves to be in the new name of the company.”

The company is currently producing reality shows such as “Ivana Young Man” for Fox, “American Dream Derby” for GSN and the 10th season of “Shop ’til You Drop” for Pax.