BRAVO MEDIA APPOINTS ANDREW WANG TO VICE PRESIDENT, SCRIPTED DEVELOPMENT & PRODUCTION
Network Expecting First Scripted Project To Hit 2013 Programming Slate
NEW YORK - March 12, 2012 - With the network's expansion into scripted programming, Bravo Media has appointed Andrew Wang to the newly created position of Vice President, Scripted Development & Production. In his new role, Wang will oversee the development and production of scripted pilots and series, as well as serve as the primary liaison between the network and the scripted community. Based in Los Angeles, he will report to Eli Lehrer, Vice President of Development & Original Programming for Bravo. Wang previously held the role of Vice President of TV Development & Production for Alloy Entertainment where he was involved in developing and managing popular television series such as "Gossip Girl," "The Vampire Diaries," "Pretty Little Liars" and "The Secret Circle."
"With the network's first scripted series expected to air in 2013, Bravo's goal is to expand our diverse slate and bring our brand and everything it represents into the world of scripted programming," said Lehrer. "Andrew has helped develop some of the most entertaining pop culture hits and we look forward to him bringing his creativity and experience to the network as we break new ground and move into scripted content."
Prior to joining Bravo, Wang held various positions at Alloy Entertainment since 2009 where he was instrumental in bringing several successful hour long drama and half-hour comedy series to networks including NBC, ABC, The CW, ABC Family and Nickelodeon. Previously, he worked as an independent producer for almost two years creating scripts as a creative producer. Wang started his career at Storyline Entertainment where he held various positions. During his three years there, he oversaw scripted and non-fiction series under ABC Studios, as well as develop longform projects under Sony Television Pictures including ABC's "A Raisin In The Sun," HBO's "Coco Chanel," and A&E's "Wedding Wars." Wang graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.S. in Radio, Television and Film.
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