- The Wrap, Friday, September 27, 2013 3:55 PM
Lauren Zalaznick will leave NBC Universal after 12 years at the company, during which she was "largely credited with turning cable networks like Bravo and Oxygen into destination TV for women," writes
Josh Dickey. She will "stay at NBCU for an undefined period of time, and it was not immediately clear where she was headed," he writes. Zalaznick had been promoted in February to executive vice
president of NBCU Digital, a position that many speculated "was merely a placeholder in the wake of NBCU giving many of her former responsibilities running Bravo and Oxygen to [Bonnie] Hammer, who is
now at the top of the network’s powerful, lucrative cable properties."
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