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Hearst Names Co-Presidents of Hearst Entertainment & Syndication

hearst-corporation-logo2Hearst Corporation has tapped Neeraj Khemlani and George Kliavkoff to be co-presidents and group heads of Hearst Entertainment & Syndication. In this role, the duo will oversee the management teams at Hearst’s jointly-owned cable networks and production companies, such as A&E, History and Lifetime.

Khemlani has been with Hearst since 2009. He was most recently senior VP and chief creative officer for Hearst Corporation. Kliavkoff joined Hearst in 2009 as well. He most recently served as executive VP and deputy group head of Hearst Entertainment & Syndication.

See below for the memo from Steven Swartz, Hearst’s president and CEO, announcing the changes.

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Neeraj Khemlani Named Chief Creative Officer of Hearst Corp.

Neeraj Khemlani has been named chief creative officer of Hearst Corporation. Khemlani transitions into this role from Hearst Entertainment & Syndication, where he served deputy group head in charge of non-fiction TV production.

“We want to make sure we offer the best possible user experiences across our brands in all forms,” said Frank Bennack Jr., CEO of Hearst Corp., in a statement. “The genuine value we deliver to readers, viewers, listeners and professional clients through our content determines whether we are successful. Neeraj will work across all our divisions as a champion of the innovation needed to constantly increase that value.”

Khemlani has been with Hearst since 2009.