Tony DiSanto began his career as an intern at MTV, working his way up to President of Entertainment in 2009 -- where he took the reins on reality series, live events, animation, specials, feature films for TV, and launched MTV’s scripted division. Hits launched during his tenure include The Hills, Jersey Shore, Made, TRL, Run’s House, America’s Best Dance Crew, Ridiculousness, Awkward, Nick Cannon’s Wild n’ Out, and many more. In 2011, he launched DIGA, a full-service platform-agnostic production company focused on the creation, development, and execution of content across a wide array of genres and media. DIGA scripted series include Scream (in its 3rd season) and Teen Wolf (in its 6th season), and the company is currently in pre-production on its first feature film, Eat Brains Love, an adaptation of the first in a series of books produced in partnership with Van Toffler’s studio Gunpowder&Sky and James Frey’s Full Fathom Five. DIGA’s original book division has secured a three-book deal with Macmillan Publishing for a book series under the umbrella title of High School Horror. The first book, Teen Frankenstein by author Chandler Baker, launched in January 2016 to strong reviews, while the second book, Teen Hyde hits the market in January 2017. A scripted adaptation of the book series is in the early stages of development, along with a variety of other scripted projects being developed in the comedy, drama, and animation space.