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DIY Network announces three VP promotions

DIY Network has promoted three to VP positions. Ross Babbit has been tapped to take on the role of vice president of programming partnerships and special projects. He will oversee the growing opportunities of branded entertainment, and will continue to develop and supervise events and series. Babbit was most recently DIY's programming director, and will report to Andy Singer, VP of programming. Julie Taylor has been promoted to vice president of program planning and will also report to Singer. She will play a key role in growing cross promotional opportunities. Lastly, Kevin Chorlins has been promoted to vice president of consumer marketing.
May 3, 2010

DIY Network has promoted three to VP positions. Ross Babbit has been tapped to take on the role of vice president of programming partnerships and special projects. He will oversee the growing opportunities of branded entertainment, and will continue to develop and supervise events and series. Babbit was most recently DIY’s programming director, and will report to Andy Singer, VP of programming. Julie Taylor has been promoted to vice president of program planning and will also report to Singer. She will play a key role in growing cross promotional opportunities. Lastly, Kevin Chorlins has been promoted to vice president of consumer marketing.

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