show time Executive Director David Nevins He will oversee Paramount’s television division as ViacomCBS shakes up the film studio’s management structure and separates film and television into individual units, The The Hollywood Reporter Made sure on.
With the addition of Paramount Television’s work, Nevins now oversees the premium cable network Showtime as well as responsibility for the original content produced for the streaming program Paramount+. Nicole Clemens, president of Paramount Television Studios, will continue in her position and now reports to Nevins.
Nickelodeon head Brian RobbinsAnd who has been appointed to replace Jim Giannopoulos as President of Paramount Pictures, you will inherit a discounted wallet that only oversees the movie unit. Robbins will continue to oversee Nickelodeon, Kids and Family content at Paramount+.
Robins and Nevins will report to Bob Bakish, CEO of ViacomCBS.
Nevins’ increasing TV responsibilities are the culmination of The restructuring at ViacomCBS that began this summer to better focus on broadcasting and content creation for the company’s broadcast platforms.
In June, senior executives Nevins, Clemens, Robbins, Chris McCarthy and Tanya Giles were given additional new responsibilities at Paramount+. Giles has become the chief programming officer for broadcast, a newly created role in which she will oversee strategy at Paramount+ and Pluto TV with a focus on audience acquisition and engagement.
Official news of the reorganization is scheduled to be announced on Monday.
The The Wall Street Journal He was the first to report Administrative Change News.
Kim Masters contributed to this report.
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