Central Talent Booking

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Central Talent Booking is a talent agency with offices in Los Angeles, New York and London. Since its founding in 1999, CTB has built its business primarily by finding celebrity and human interest talent for television programs, particularly talk shows, though the company has regularly worked with podcasts, game shows, and developers of web content.

History

Founded by Joanna Jordan in 1999, Central Talent Booking began in a small, home office after Jordan had spent five years working as the Talent Executive at the Late Show with David Letterman. According to a The Hollywood Reporter article, when Jordan told Late Show executives of her plans to start her own company, they offered her their business as the company's first client.[1]

In 2007 Variety called Jordan "one of the industry's premier bookers."[2]

In a 2008 article, TV Guide referred to Jordan as the "force behind" the 'I'm F-ing Ben Affleck' video,[3] and in the same article Kimmel quipped, "I wish I'd had her in high school when I was looking for a date to the prom."

Clients

Past clients

References

  1. Siegel, Tatiana. "Niche-Oriented." Hollywood Reporter 12 Dec 2005
  2. Siegel, Tatiana. "Booking talkshows spawn rigid rules." Variety 5 Oct 2007 [1]
  3. Alexander, Zoë. "She's Booking Ben Affleck!". TV Guide 6 June 2008: 36.

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