CBS Television Promotes Amy Osler to SVP of Music
The executive has worked on the studio's music integrations since coming over from Columbia Records in 2006.
CBS Television Studios has upped music executive Amy Osler.
Now senior vice president, music, the six-year veteran of the company will continue to work on the studio's music integrations and serve as the liaison between the network and the music industry.
“Amy is a valued member of our team. Her relationships with our showrunners and close ties to the music industry have led to creative collaborations that have taken the use of music in our television shows to a higher level,” said president David Stapf. “She is a pioneer in creating new and unique models in which music is integrated into our programming.”
Identifying and recruiting new talent since joining CBS in 2006, Osler's recent projects include securing "Call Me Maybe" singer Carly Rae Jepsen for an appearance on 90210 and bringing Carrie Underwood and Tony Bennett on for an episode of Blue Bloods.
Prior to CBS, Osler worked on the other end, serving as VP of television marketing for Columbia Records.
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