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By Hunter Walker
Yet another Bravo vet is moving over to sibling channel Oxygen.
Bravo's VP of development, Cori Abraham, has been named Svp of development for Oxygen Media, the network announced on Wednesday.
In the newly created position, Abraham will oversee development on both coasts.
During her time at Bravo, Abraham developed several series, including the upcoming “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” “Thintervention with Jackie Warn »
- Hunter Walker
Another Bravo development executive, Cori Abraham, is moving to sibling Oxygen. Abraham has been named Svp development for the female-centered channel. She follows Amy Introcaso-Davis, who moved from Bravo to Oxygen in early 2008, shortly after NBC Universal’s acquisition of Oxygen. Abraham, who will oversee network’s development on both coasts based in Los Angeles, will report to Introcaso-Davis, who serves as Svp original programming and development. For the past six years, Abraham worked as VP development for Bravo where she executive produced Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List, and developed the just launched Bethenny Getting Married?, and the upcoming [...] »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
HollywoodNews.com: Acclaimed chef Rocco Dispirito partners with Bravo for development on a weekly cooking competition series, “Rocco’s Dinner Party,” in which Dispirito sizes up some of the country’s most promising aspiring chefs to see if they have the chops to impress at a private dinner party attended by his discriminating guests. Notional, an Iac company, is teaming up with Bravo on this project that offers an exciting new twist on the culinary competition genre as up-and-coming chefs are given the opportunity to throw a memorable soiree for one of the culinary world’s most influential figures.’ The chefs will hail from all walks of lives ‘ from restaurateurs to caterers to self-taught foodies ‘ and the winner of each episode will be awarded with a cash prize.’
“We love this concept because it continues Bravo’s goal of providing additional forums for creative industries like the culinary arts, with »
3 items from 2010
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