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Five weeks after joining NBCUniversal, Susan Rovner has put her stamp on the company’s TV and streaming division by setting her programming leadership team.
The main takeaways from the reshuffle, which Rovner shared via an internal memo, are Lisa Katz becoming President of Scripted Content and Rovner splitting the unscripted portfolio between reality shows and competition formats/game shows.
Interestingly, five of the six execs named to the leadership are women.
The latest reshuffle, which follows the restructure by Television and Streaming Chairman Mark Lazarus, has led to the departure of Bill McGoldrick, President of Original Content at NBCUniversal Entertainment Networks and Direct-to-Consumer.
McGoldrick, who most recently oversaw original content for Peacock and scripted series across its cable group, is the latest top exec to exit NBCU. On Monday, it was revealed that NBC’s Co-President of Scripted Programming Tracey Pakosta was moving to Netflix
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Company recognized for corporate success and product innovation in enterprise technology
ASG Technologies, a leading provider of solutions for the information-powered enterprise, today announced that it has been named Company of the Year (Enterprise – Technology Services) by the BIG Awards for Business, and has won silver in the Golden Bridge Business and Innovation Awards’ Most Innovative Tech Company category. Its ASG-Zenith solution was also awarded gold for the Golden Bridge Awards’ Application Development Innovation category.
These wins highlight ASG’s continued commitment to innovation and leadership in the enterprise software industry, showcasing the organization’s expertise in the information management and IT systems management markets. As COVID-19 has disrupted the way we conduct business, ASG has remained committed to providing superior solutions that help organizations digitally transform and innovate through their suite of products.
Launched in 2012, the BIG Awards for Business is a diverse industry awards program that offers companies,
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FOX Business has learned that Amazon is planning to double the number of Black leaders in its senior ranks as the company ends the year and heads into 2021.
“At Amazon, we’re constantly learning and innovating – and our long-term efforts in diversity and inclusion are no different. As part of this work, we are setting aggressive goals in our ongoing effort to be a top employer for Black employees,” an Amazon spokesperson told FOX Business in a statement.
The electronic commerce giant said that the effort “includes working to double the representation of Black Vice Presidents and Directors in 2020 and again in 2021” and making “increased investments and programming designed to grow Black leaders from within.”
Amazon, which just last week scored its biggest quarterly profit ever, noted that the effort will take place through robust programs such as
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The influence of technology is brushing all industrial sectors, significantly improving not only how things used to function but even how humans used to think, act, and execute plans twenty to thirty years back from now. Considering this aspect, one of the aspects that technology has considerably influenced is’ leadership’ in the … Read More