Tony Tackaberry CEO
Prior to founding Station 6 Tony Tackaberry was CEO of Lion Television US, which he launched more than 15 years ago.
Under his leadership, Lion became a leader in true crime, boasting multiple marquee series on Investigation Discovery, including Dead Reckoning, Diabolical, Crimes Gone Viral, Deadline Crime with Tamron Hall and more. Tackaberry was responsible for launching and then rebooting (twice) Lion’s global format Ca$h Cab, most recently for Bravo.
The series surpassed 500 episodes in the US under his stewardship. He recently ushered the Lion back to its premium doc roots with Smithsonian Channel’s Just One Man, which follows the life of James H. Meredith, the first African American man to enroll at the University of Mississippi in 1962. Before joining Lion, Tackaberry worked for major international production companies, including Endemol, Freemantle and Tiger Aspect.
Sara Winter Producer
Sara Winter has 9 years of unscripted storytelling experience.
Most recently, she worked at Lion TV where she was focused on true crime projects including the forthcoming Menendez Brothers: Misjudged? for Investigation Discovery. Prior to that, she served as a producer/writer for Antica Productions on the critically-acclaimed NBC podcast, Art Bust.
Previously, she has held senior development roles at WAM Media Grp., where she was responsible for opening the U.S. office of the Montreal-based pro-co, and at Entertainment One where she developed projects for ID, UPTv, Discovery, & AMC.