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Showtime Names Cardoso to Its Top Communications Post

Will serve as chief press officer; McMillan, Fuentes to remain in current roles 9/22/2011 01:51:28 PM Eastern
Trisha_Cardoso.jpgShowtime announced Thursday that it has appointed Trisha Cardoso as executive vice president, corporate communications.

Cardoso
will oversee Showtime's programming publicity, media and talent
relations, events, corporate branding and public relations. She will
also serve as the company's chief press officer as well as act as the
net's communications liaison with parent company CBS Corp.

Robin
McMillan, senior VP, public relations, and Johanna Fuentes, VP,
corporate public relations, will both continue in their respective roles,
but will now report to Cardoso.

"My
goal was to find someone creatively inspired and strategically focused,
who could also bring a big picture perspective," said Nevins. "I've
known and respected Trisha for many years, and when you combine her
broad experience in such varied facets of the communications business
with her extensive background in entertainment media relations, you have
a very formidable leader for our already top-notch communications
department."

Cardoso
has been managing her own strategic consulting firm for the past eight
years. Her clients included International Creative Management, Two and a Half Men, James Burrows and Chuck Lorre.

 

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