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Tuesday, September 11 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Network Programmers Roundtable – The Doc Side

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What does the documentary format mean to broadcasters in 2012?  What are networks looking for?  What AREN’T they looking for?   Find out about the current state of the non-fiction genre in this insightful discussion with leading broadcast programmers.

Moderated by James Moll


Speakers
avatar for Simon Andreae

Simon Andreae

Senior Vice President of Development and Production, West Coast, Discovery Channel
As Senior Vice President of Development and Production, West Coast, Simon Andreae is instrumental in Discovery's development and production of series and specials that contribute to the strategic vision and direction of the network.  Shows developed under his tenure include... Read More →
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Nicole De Fusco

Vice President of Programming & Development, Sundance Channel
As the Vice President of Programming & Development at Sundance Channel, Nicole oversees development and current series production at the network and creates game changing original concepts. She is responsible for bolstering the production of original series for the network as... Read More →
avatar for Beth Hoppe

Beth Hoppe

Vice President of General Audience Programming, PBS
Beth Hoppe is thrilled to be back in public television where she oversees science, history, natural history and news and public affairs. She recently shepherded some timely documentaries to the PBS primetime schedule including Steve Jobs – One Last Thing (Pioneer Productions... Read More →
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James Moll

Filmmaker
James Moll’s work as a documentary filmmaker has earned him an Oscar, two Emmys and a Grammy.  A protégé of Steven Spielberg, James has directed, produced and edited such films as the sports adventure RUNNING THE SAHARA, executive produced by Matt Damon; and his Oscar winning... Read More →
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Kris Slava

Senior Vice President, Programming and Production, Ovation
Kris Slava is Senior Vice President, Programming and Production, of Ovation.  He is a senior cable and digital content executive who joined Ovation as the continuation of a distinguished television programming career with particular focus on arts and art-related programming... Read More →


Tuesday September 11, 2012 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Theater 12