Source: Turner Taps Christina Miller to Lead Adult Swim, Cartoon Network and Boomerang
It's been four months since the dread lord of villainy, Stu Snyder, stepped down from his position as head of Cartoon Network/Boomerang. Well, the Hollywood Reporter has finally revealed who will be replacing him at long last: Christina Miller.
Miller previously worked for Cartoon Network in 2005, the same year as the infamous Snyder became head honcho at CN/Boomerang, as Senior Vice President. Most recently, she was behind "Turner Sports strategy, marketing and programming, overseeing day-to-day operations for the NBA Digital portfolio," joining that division of Turner Media in 2009.
Here's what she said of the new position, which she has already assumed:
I am very excited to return in this new role to the business that I initially joined Turner for, and look forward to working with Rob, Mike and the great teams at Cartoon Network, Adult Swim and Boomerang,. These are beloved brands with a passionate following, and there’s a tremendous opportunity to continue to grow them domestically and, with guidance from David and Turner International president Gerhard Zeiler, a new focus on alignment and partnership to leverage the global potential of Cartoon Network and Boomerang.
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