Robert Mancini Will Oversee Bravo Media’s Digital Content

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He will now supervise programming for shows including ‘Top Chef’ and the ‘Real Housewives’ franchise

Bravo Media editorial director Robert Mancini has been upped to vp, content, it was announced Wednesday.

Mancini will now oversee creation of all content across Bravo’s digital platforms, reporting to Lisa Hsia, executive vp, Bravo and Oxygen Media.

Mancini will supervise content for all of Bravo’s programming, including Top Chef, Vanderpump Rules, and The Real Housewives franchise, as well as original digital content.

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During his tenure as editorial director since 2010, Mancini has developed comprehensive strategies for the digital team. He also coined Bravo’s mission statement: “More screens. More passion. More Bravo.”

“Robert is an invaluable asset to Bravo and his creative vision for digital has led him and his fantastic team to many great wins for the network,” said Hsia in a statement.

Mancini’s background includes developing, writing, and producing programming for multiple platforms and outlets, including NBC, PBS, Rolling Stone and MTV News, where he was editorial director for 12 years.