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The Yo Gabba Gabba Team

Christian Jacobs, Parker Jacobs, and Jon Berrett, part of the creative team behind Yo Gabba Gabba, have won numerous accolades for their work, including the Fred Rogers Innovation Award, an Emmy nomination, the BAFTA award, Time’s Top 10 Award, and a TCA Award. They have enjoyed four seasons (so far!) on Nickelodeon and look forward to producing other high-quality, exciting multimedia properties.

Amy E. Goodman

Amy E. Goodman is a nationally recognized media maven. Her journalistic career as an editor, author, host and lifestyle expert spans magazines, news programs and online media outlets. With quality reporting and a no-nonsense attitude she deftly covers anything and everything, including fashion & beauty, home & entertaining, fitness & family and red carpet. She’s demoed yoga, interviewed celebs, cleaned out closets and whipped up hors d’oeuvres for national outlets like Good Morning America, The Early Show, The View, The Rachael Ray Show, CNN, Access Hollywood, ET! and VH1. A multi-faceted expert, she has appeared on NBC’s Today show over 75 times. View her complete profile at www.amyegoodman.com.

Jay Osmond

With the year 2007, Jay Osmond celebrated 50 years ?in the entertainment industry. Jay Osmond is a?world-class drummer whose career started at the age of two. ?His television career began with his brothers on ?The Andy Williams Show, and the rest, as they say, is history.?Jay is a multi-talented performer with the famous drive and tenacity ?that has kept The Osmonds a household name for more than 50 years. View his complete profile at www.jayosmond.com.
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