Corrao, who was executive vp, has overseen the development of such Comedy Central series as The Sarah Silverman Program, Reno 911! Mind of Mencia, Drawn Together, Lil' Bush and Chappelle's Show. She will continue to be responsible for the development and supervision of all original programming on the network and original content created specifically for digital platforms, overseeing the development teams in Los Angeles and New York.
Corrao also will manage the network's talent and events staff, who are responsible for identifying and developing promising comedians and comedy stars and producing such special event programming as the Comedy Central Roast franchise and the network's stand-up specials. Corrao also will supervise the Comedy Central Records label.
In addition, Corrao is responsible for attracting established comedic talent to the network. Most recently, deals were signed with Silverman; Lewis Black, whose pop-culture debate series The Root of All Evil is scheduled to debut in March; and Demetri Martin, whose sketch-variety show Important Things With Demetri Martin is targeted to debut in the fall.