Youth Media And Marketing Movers & Shakers

Today we bring you another installment of Youth Media Movers and Shakers. We’ve culled through industry publications looking for the recent executive placements we think you should know about. If you have executive news that you want us to highlight in our next “Movers and Shakers,” email us.

Paul Telegdy assumes the newly created position of President, Alternative and Late Night Programming for NBC. He was previously the Chief Programming Executive responsible for bringing The Voice, as well as other reality hits like America’s Got Talent and The Sing-Off to the network. (Via B&C)

Shelley Lewis becomes EVP of Programming Current TV. She was previously Executive Producer of PBS’s Need to Know. (Via Mediabistro)

Jeff Levick is named Chief Advertising Officer at music startup Spotify. Levick formerly held an ad sales leadership post at AOL. (Via Business Insider)

Leigh Anne Brodsky has left her role as President of Nickelodeon & Viacom Consumer Products. According to a Nickelodeon representative, Brodsky’s position as President of NVCP “has been eliminated due to a realignment of our consumer products group.” She will not be replaced. (Via Kidscreen)

Adam Sussman joins social games maker Zynga. Sussman was formerly SVP of Publishing at the Disney Interactive Media Group. (Via LA Times)

Gary Marsh has been promoted to President at Disney Channels Worldwide, replacing Carolina Lightcap, who has stepped down. Marsh will also continue in his role as Chief Creative Officer. (Via Medialife)

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