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Jacquie Jordan
Headshot of Jacquie Jordan, Producer, Publisher and Female Entrepreneur
Born
Nationality American
Occupation Television producer, media consultant
Website http://www.jacquiejordan.com/

Jacquie Jordan is an American television producer and media consultant. Jordan is best known for co-producing a season of Donny & Marie (1998), which was nominated for two Emmy Awards. She was also a co-producer for Sunday Morning Shootout for three years, and an executive producer for Square Off.[1][2][3]

Biography[edit | edit source]

Jacqueline Jordan grew up in New Jersey and graduated from the University of Delaware with a B.A. in Communications and a Minor in Theater.[4] In 2009, Jordan was set up by Sacha Baron Cohen for a scene in the mockumentary comedy feature Brüno, but the scene did not make it into the movie.[1] She said she ended up not having children because “I was very aware that if I couldn’t do it financially well, I didn’t want to.”[5]

Career[edit | edit source]

Jordan was a local New Jersey disc jockey for WSUS, then a news reporter for WNNJ-FM, WNNJ and WMBC-TV.[4] Jordan is a member of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. In July 2000, she launched Jacquie Jordan Inc, a Los Angeles based media consultancy company, to help clients with branding, promotion, and marketing,[4][6] In 2002, Jordan launched TVGuestpert, a spinoff of Jacquie Jordan Inc.[7][8][9][10] In 2006, Jordan published the book Get on TV!: The Insider’s Guide to Pitching the Producers and Promotion Yourself (Sourcebooks, Inc)[11][12][13] and in 2010 she published Heartfelt Marketing: Allowing the Universe to be Your Business Partner (BurmanBooks).[14][15][16]

Film and Television[edit | edit source]

Jordan helped produce a season of Donny & Marie (1998), which was nominated for two Emmy Awards.[17] [18]In 2003, Jordan became the co-executive producer for the talk show Sunday Morning Shootout, hosted by Peter Bart and Peter Guber, and ran the show for its first three years.[19][20][21] In 2005, Jordan became the executive producer of Square Off, a Sunday Morning television debate program hosted by Andy Wallenstein and Brian Lowry.[22]

In her earlier career Jordan worked on various shows as a producer. In 1997-1998, she was a producer on the Geraldo Rivera Show and from 1998 thru 1999 Jordan worked on Maury.[23][24]

Series Original run Role
Square Off 2005- (TV Guide Network) Executive producer (40 First Episodes)
Sunday Morning Shootout 2003–2006 (AMC) Co-executive producer (107 episodes)
Donny & Marie 1998–2000 (Sony Pictures Television) Co-Producer (Season 1)
Maury[25] 7/1998-7/1999 (Studios USA) Producer
Geraldo Rivera Show 8/1997-7/1998 (Tribune) Producer

Publishing Company[edit | edit source]

Jordan started her publishing company, Jacquie Jordan Publishing Inc., which started with her first published book, Alex Detail's Revolution, by Darren Campo in 2009 [26], which eventually became TVGuestpert Publishing with Christy Whitman’s book, The Art of Having it All: A Woman's Guide To Unlimited Abundance. [27], which hit the New York Times best seller list, under Advice, How-To & Miscellaneous in March 2015.[28][29]

Other Publications:

Book Title Author Publisher Publication Year
Alex Detail's Revolution[30] Darren Campo Jacquie Jordan Inc. Publishing September 30, 2009
Alex Detail's Rebellion[31] Darren Campo Jacquie Jordan Inc. Publishing November 1, 2010
Nineteen: A Reflection of My Teenage Experience in an Extraordinary Life- What I Have Learned, and What I Have to Share[32] Chelsea Krost Jacquie Jordan Inc. Publishing February 25, 2011
The Real Purpose of Parenting: The Book You Wish Your Parents Read[33] Philip B. Dembo Jacquie Jordan Inc. Publishing January 1, 2012
Dress Code: Ending Fashion Anarchy[34] Eve Michaels Jacquie Jordan Inc. Publishing July 2, 2012
Disappearing Spell: Generationist Files, Book 1 Darren Campo Jacquie Jordan Inc. Publishing January 24, 2014
The Art of Having it All: A Woman's Guide To Unlimited Abundance]][35] Christy Whitman TVGuestpert Publishing February 25, 2015
Father of the Blob: The Making of a Monster Smash and Other Hollywood Tales[36] Jack H. Harris TVGuestpert Publishing April 15, 2015
Stingers[37] Darren Campo TVGuestpert Publishing July 26, 2016
A Psychiatrist's Guide: Helping Parents Reach Their Depressed Tween[38] Dr. Gayani DeSilva TVGuestpert Publishing June 13, 2017

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Sacha Baron Cohen: The men in his life". The Independent. 2009-04-28. Retrieved 2018-03-26. 
  2. Clark, Sandra (2014-04-04). "James Franco: Will His Flirtation With Girl, 17, Hurt His Career?". Hollywood Life. Retrieved 2018-03-26. 
  3. "Sexual Harassment: How some apologies fall flat". KSDK. Retrieved 2018-03-26. 
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 “Waiting for Jimmy Smits to Call,” University of Delaware Messenger, Volume 9, number 3, 2000
  5. "The share of female millionaires has doubled since 2005 — and some of these women tell Moneyish how they got rich". Retrieved 2018-04-11. 
  6. Miller, Dawn: "Q/A with a Career Woman," Entertainment Today, July 26th, 2006.
  7. Beveridge, Dawn: "Cracking the Glass Ceiling," Feedback Magazine, Sept/Oct, 2006.
  8. The Gregory Mantell Show: "Jacquie Jordan: Get on TV!," July 27, 2006.
  9. Mackacher, M: "Your Turn on TV?," Daily Breeze, March 26, 2006.
  10. Broeske, Pat: "Experts With Ease is Her Expertise," Emmy Magazine, August 2012.
  11. Jordan, J: "Get on TV! : The Insider’s Guide to Pitching the Producers and Promotion Yourself" Sourcebooks, Inc., 2006.
  12. Gschwandtner, Lisa: "Starring You," Selling Power Magazine, May 2006.
  13. Moran, Gwen: "Quick Pick," Entrepreneur Magazine, July 2006.
  14. Jordan, J: "Heartfelt Marketing: Allowing the Universe to be Your Business Partner" BurmanBooks, 2010.
  15. "This Week's Bestsellers: March 9, 2015". publishersweekly.com. Retrieved 23 March 2018. 
  16. "Jacquie Jordan, Author at SheSavvy". SheSavvy. Retrieved 23 March 2018. 
  17. "Jacquie Jordan | HuffPost". www.huffingtonpost.com. Retrieved 2018-03-26. 
  18. "Dancing With the Stars 9: Bio of Donny Osmond". www.alloy.com. 2009-08-31. Retrieved 2018-04-04. 
  19. Martin, Denise: "TV Land lands a "Big Break"," Variety Magazine, Vreality TV, October 26, 2005.
  20. "Here's How To Sell a Reality Show". Broadcasting & Cable. Retrieved 2018-03-26. 
  21. Gschwandtner, Lisa: "Starring You," Selling Power Magazine, May 2006
  22. Martin, Denise (March 26, 2006). "TV Insiders to "square off"". Variety Magazine. Vpilotwatch. 
  23. "Jacquie Jordan - Produced for some of the hottest personalities in television: Where Producers Go to Find their next Guest Expert for the media!". www.wcspeakers.com. Retrieved 2018-04-04. 
  24. "Maury (TV series)". Wikipedia. 2018-03-28. 
  25. "Jacquie Jordan - Produced for some of the hottest personalities in television: Where Producers Go to Find their next Guest Expert for the media!". www.wcspeakers.com. Retrieved 2018-04-04. 
  26. Campo, Darren (2009). Alex Detail's Revolution Jacquie Jordan Publishing, Inc. ISBN 9780981931142.
  27. Whitman, Christy (2015). The Art of Having it All: A Woman's Guide To Unlimited Abundance TVGuestpert Publishing. ISBN 9780988585508.
  28. https://www.nytimes.com/books/best-sellers/2015/03/15/advice-how-to-and-miscellaneous/ "Advice, How-To & Miscellaneous" Retrieved on 11 April 2018.
  29. https://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/by-topic/industry-news/bookselling/article/65794-this-week-s-bestsellers-march-9-2015.html "This Week's Bestsellers: March 9, 2015" Retrieved on 11 April 2018.
  30. Campo, Darren (2009). Alex Detail's Revolution , Jacquie Jordan Inc. Publishing. ISBN 9780981931142.
  31. Campo, Darren (2010). Alex Detail's Rebellion, Jacquie Jordan Inc. Publishing. ISBN 9780981931159.
  32. Krost, Chelsea (2011). Nineteen: A Reflection of My Teenage Experience in an Extraordinary Life- What I Have Learned, and What I Have to Share’’, Jacquie Jordan Inc. Publishing. ISBN 9780981931166.
  33. Dembo, Philip B (2012). The Real Purpose of Parenting: The Book You Wish Your Parents Read, Jacquie Jordan Inc. Publishing. ISBN 9780981931173.
  34. Michaels, Eve (2012). Dress Code: Ending Fashion Anarchy, Jacquie Jordan Inc. Publishing. ISBN 9780981931180.
  35. Whtiman, Christy (2015).The Art of Having it All: A Woman's Guide To Unlimited Abundance, TVGuestpert Publishing. ISBN 9780988585508.
  36. Harris, Jack H. (2015). Father of the Blob: The Making of a Monster Smash and Other Hollywood Tales, TVGuestpert Publishing. ISBN 9780988585515.
  37. Campo, Darren (2016). Stingers, TVGuestpert Publishing. ISBN 9780988585546.
  38. DeSilva, Gayani (2017). A Psychiatrist's Guide: Helping Parents Reach Their Depressed Tween, TVGuestpert Publishing. ISBN 9780988585539.

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