Hudsun Media, High Noon exec joins Lifetime

Mioshi Hill (pictured) has boarded U.S. net Lifetime as VP of non-fiction programming, effective immediately.
January 19, 2016

Mioshi Hill (pictured) has boarded U.S. net Lifetime as VP of non-fiction programming, effective immediately.

The exec, who formerly served as senior VP of development and creative affairs at Hudsun Media in Los Angeles, will report to Eli Lehrer, senior VP of non-fiction programming for the net, in Los Angeles. Her remit includes the development and oversight of non-fiction projects.

At Hudsun Media, Hill oversaw all cross-platform creative, production and business development for the company. Her credits as executive producer include House of DVF and The Fabulist (E!), Living Different and I’m Having Their Baby (Oxygen), Pregnant in Heels (Bravo Media) and The Doc Club with Rosie O’Donnell (OWN).

As well as overseeing TV for Hudsun, Hill developed the company’s digital entertainment slate, including the launch of the video content for Condé Nast Entertainment’s digital channels for Glamour, GQ and Teen Vogue. She first joined Hudsun Media in 2010 as VP of development.

Prior to her work with Hudsun, Hill worked from 2006 to 2010 at High Noon Entertainment, where she joined as manager of development before being named director in 2008. Her credits at High Noon include the development and launches of such series as Warriors (History), Cake Boss (TLC), The Secrets of Aspen (VH1) and Family Style (Food Network).

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