NBC Universal promotes Digital Studio founder Cameron Death

NBC Universal has promoted the exec behind its popular digital shorts to senior VP and general manager of its Digital Studio division.
August 16, 2010

Cameron Death, who was previously VP, digital content, launched NBC Universal’s Digital Studio two years ago to create ad-supported content that airs across its various digital and broadcast channels. As senior VP and GM, he will report to NBC Universal Digital Entertainment president Vivi Zigler. The promotion comes with a raft of new responsibilities, including developing new revenue streams, growing the Studio’s library into international markets and integrating content with the network’s entertainment properties. Death, part of the advisory panel for realscreen‘s upcoming Branded Entertainment Forum, joined NBC in 2007. Prior to that he spent 10 years at Microsoft.

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