NBCUNIVERSAL EXECUTIVES -- Pictured: Adam Stotsky, President, Esquire Network and General Manager, E! Entertainment -- (Photo by: Lisa Berg/Esquire)
Adam Stotsky has been promoted to E! Entertainment president.
The executive has been serving as general manager there since 2014, but now his responsibilities have expanded to include all unscripted programming and development. Other duties he retains are overseeing news, digital, marketing, communications, research and acquisitions.
Oh, and he’s not dropping that Esquire Network president title either.
In 2015, Stotsky oversaw the integration of E!’s news and digital divisions. Before coming to Esquire, Stotsky was GM at G4. Prior to that, he served as president of Marketing for NBC Entertainment.
From 2001 to 2008, Stotsky held senior marketing positions at Syfy, most recently as executive vice president, Global Brand Strategy and Market Development. Prior to joining the NBCU family there, Stotsky served as Vice President of Marketing at Discovery Communications.
“Adam is an exceptional senior executive who has been successful in leading the teams at E! and Esquire Network and setting their strategic direction for future growth,” said NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment’s Frances Berwick, president of Lifestyle Networks, and Stotsky’s boss. “I am excited to announce his well-deserved promotion and expand his responsibilities at E! as we continue to build on our success as a multiplatform powerhouse offering exclusive access to celebrity lifestyles and the world of entertainment.”
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