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Frances Berwick Promoted to President of Bravo and Style Media

Frances Berwick, a 15-year veteran of Bravo Media, has been promoted of president of Bravo and Style Media. Salaam Coleman Smith will continue as president of Style and will report to Berwick.

In her new role, Berwick will maintain Bravo Media’s day-to-day
operations but she now will partner with Coleman Smith to help drive Style’s
overall growth. Berwick will put a special focus on identifying cross-platform synergies
and capitalizing on company-wide opportunities organic to Style’s core
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Bravo Media Promotes Andy Cohen

Andy Cohen has been promoted to Executive Vice President, Original Programming and Development at Bravo Media. Cohen has been with the company since 2005, and under his previous position as Senior Vice President, Original Programming and Development, oversaw such programs as “Top Design,” “Blow Out,” and “Queer Eye.”

Bravo Media’s President, Frances Berwick had this to say about the news:

Under Andy’s leadership and industry expertise, Bravo has enjoyed record ratings and an increase in original programming while attracting the most affluent and educated audience in cable entertainment.

Cohen, in addition to his duties of managing production for over 24 shows, will continue to host his popular “Watch What Happens: Live” weekly talk show.

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Television Without Pity Jumps the Shark?

Fonzie_jumps_the_shark[4]3.png It’s true. Television Without Pity is going to be producing… television (well, the kind that appears on your computer, anyway).

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