Full Name
Scott Hunter
Job Title
Vice President of Development
The Intellectual Property Corporation (IPC), a part of Sony Pictures Television

As Vice Present of Development, Scott Hunter contributes to all aspects of development at the Intellectual Property Corporation (IPC), the Emmy-winning Sony Pictures Television company. Most recently, he was instrumental in the sale of IPC’s Second Chance Stage, a talent competition series that offers contestants a second shot to pursue their dreams. Along with IPC, the series comes from executive producers Chip and Joanna Gaines and is set to air on Max this year.

Before joining IPC, Hunter spearheaded the development of series, documentaries, and specials at Karga Seven Pictures including HISTORY's The Hunt for the Zodiac Killer, National Geographic’s Atlas of Cursed Places, and Netflix’s Shot in the Dark, as well as titles for Discovery, A&E, Food Network, Investigation Discovery, and TLC.

IPC is an Emmy-winning content creation and production studio based in Van Nuys, California. Founded in 2016 by Eli Holzman and Aaron Saidman, IPC develops and produces premium television, film, documentary, commercial and interactive mobile content for global streamers and US broadcast and cable networks. Recent productions include Indian Matchmaking and Night Stalker (Netflix); Secrets of Playboy (A&E); Selena + Chef (Max & Food Network) and The Climb (Max); We’re Here and The Swamp (HBO); Death in the Dorms, The D’Amelio Show, and RapCaviar Presents (Hulu); The Last Narc (Amazon); Empires of New York (CNBC); and The Con (ABC). IPC is a two-time Emmy Award recipient and a Producers Guild Award recipient for its series Leah Remini: Scientology & the Aftermath (A&E).

Scott Hunter