A&E programming svp Nancy Dubuc was upped to to svp, non-fiction programming and new-media content, AETN. She’ll add oversight of program development for The History Channel to her portfolio. History’s non-fiction programming team will report directly to her re development, pilots and series launches. Dubuc "will work closely with THC programming svp Charlie Maday, who will continue to oversee the network’s programming responsibilities," a statement said. Shortly after joining the network in’03, Dubuc spearheaded the charge to make A&E’s programming younger by delving into the reality genre, a move that led to shows like "Growing Up Gotti" and "Rollergirls," but also resulted in double-digit growth in the target 25-54 and 18-49 demos. In ’04, she created the A&E Lifestyle block; recently she launched A&E IndieFilms. — Cablevision appointed former Time Warner Cable marketing exec John Trierweiler svp, consumer products management. — Tandberg TV named former AOL, Time Warner and Road Runner exec Michael Adams vp, system architecture. — Discovery upped Scott Kohn to vp, midwest sales region, and Jill Buzas to dir, midwest sales region. — Lee Blevins was named dir, community relations, Cartoon Network. — Viseon named Mark Mercer vp, marketing and development. — FSN South/Turner South named Corey Stolte programming dir; Michael Brouder, dir, marketing and network presentation; and Rob Mezey chief engineer.

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