KCETLink Announces Executive Promotions | KCET
KCETLink Announces Executive Promotions
May 7, 2014, BURBANK, CA --KCETLink has announced the
promotions of three executives as part of a management reorganization. The
promotions are effective immediately.
Juan Devis, previously Vice President of Arts and Culture
Programming, has been appointed as Senior Vice President, Content Development
& Production. He will be responsible
for all stages of original television and online content for KCET, Link TV, and
the KCET and Link TV websites.
Bohdan Zachary, who was Vice President of Broadcasting, Programming
& Syndication, was named Senior Vice President, Broadcasting, Programming
& Syndication. He will be
responsible for the acquisition and scheduling of all programs for KCET and
Link TV, and the syndication of any programming KCETLink produces or acquires,
as well as BBC WORLD NEWS.
Devis and Zachary report to Mary Mazur, KCETLink's Chief
Palencia Turner was named Chief Development Officer.
Formerly Vice President of Development, Turner is now responsible for all areas
of fundraising for KCET and Link TV, including Major Gifts, Planned Gifts,
Membership, Foundation Underwriting, and Corporate Underwriting. She reports to Al Jerome, CEO of KCETLink.
Bios and photos are available upon request.
KCETLink is the national independent public transmedia
organization formed by the merger between KCET and Link Media. A
viewer-supported 501c(3) organization, its content is distributed nationally
via satellite on DirecTV (375) and DISH (9410), in Southern and Central
California via broadcast, as well as through various digital delivery
systems. The combined organization
reaches a wide broadcast audience that includes Link TV's 33 million satellite
subscribers and KCET's 5.6 million households in Southern and Central
California. KCETLink is committed to driving public media innovation
with smarter ways to access content that engages all audiences with global
storytelling. For additional information about
KCETLink productions, web-exclusive content, programming schedules and
community events, please visit kcet.org or linktv.org.
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