Bravo Media executive Shari Levine has been promoted to Executive Vice President of Current Production. She was previously Senior Vice President of Current Production.
Levine will continue to report to Jerry Leo, Executive Vice President Program Strategy, Bravo and Oxygen Media and Production, Bravo Media and will continue to oversee the network’s expanding slate of original programming.
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“Shari is one of the creative visionaries behind many of Bravo’s hit series,” said Leo in a statement on Thursday announcing the promotion. “Our shows have a ‘Bravo sheen’ which is due to Shari’s passion and dedication in making high quality original programming.”
During her time at Bravo thus far, Levine helped expand many of the network’s popular franchises such as “The Real Housewives” and “Million Dollar Listing” and helped launch new series like “Below Deck,” “Married to Medicine,” “Shah’s of Sunset,” “Southern Charm,” and “Vanderpump Rules.”
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Prior to Bravo, Levine was as a Senior Producer at NBC News and produced the CNBC program “In Profile.”