JANICE BRANDON

Scripps Networks has promoted JANICE BRANDON to senior vice president of affiliate ad sales. She oversees the local ad sales insertion efforts for all of the Scripps Networks lifestyle brands, as well as affiliate distribution for Shop At Home. JEFF WILKE was promoted to VP, affiliate marketing, Scripps Networks. Wilke will be responsible for developing initiatives aimed at driving new distribution for Great American Country, with the goal of raising the consumer awareness and network ratings. Also, PETER CLEM was promoted to vice president, Broadband and VOD production. He will focus on developing broadband and on-demand programming for the Scripps Networks Web sites. Clem will work with the Scripps Emerging Media team to explore new opportunities for migrating brands to new platforms. Lastly, TAMMY ESSER was promoted to VP, viewer services, Scripps Networks. Esser is responsible for managing the company's outbound newsletter service, which distributes monthly e-newsletters to more than 35 million subscribers.
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