According to B&C, the cuts mostly affected “mid-level executives in the program development department, digital division and scheduling at the company’s music and logo group which houses channels including MTV, VH1 and Logo.”
Representatives for MTV were not available for comment this evening.
And last week, MTV dumped Brian Graden, president of entertainment of the Music and Logo group, saying it was part of a “broader reorganization,” the New York Post reported. Looks like the reorganization is very much under way.
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