NBC appoints four new programming execs
Lourdes Diaz hired as vp drama programming
NBC has made some executive changes among its programming ranks, with four new appointments.
Lourdes Diaz will join the company as vp of drama programming; Rebecca McGill is promoted to director of drama programming; Joey Chavez is promoted to manager of drama programming and Mike Nunes is upped to manager of comedy programming.
"I couldn't feel luckier to have such smart, dedicated, dynamic drama executives," said Laura Lancaster, executive vp, drama programming. "Lourdes is an exciting addition to our team and all of the promotions are so well-deserved. This is really an impressive group."
Diaz will oversee current drama series and development. McGill will oversee current drama series. Chavez will assist in overseeing various current drama series and development. Nunes will help to oversee current comedy series and development.
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