NBCUniversal-owned cable network Bravo Media has elevated Zoe Rogovin to VP of development.
In her new role, Rogovin will continue to develop non-scripted programming for Bravo with responsibility for shaping the network’s development slate.
Senior VP of development Rachel Smith, to whom Rogovin reports, made the announcement in an internal email to staff on Jan. 10.
Rogovin joined the network in 2012 as a coordinator in the development department, later rising to become director of development. During her tenure, she has gone on to develop such series as The Real Housewives of Dallas, Andy Cohen’s Then & Now, real time docuseries The Singles Project, RelationShep, To Rome for Love and the forthcoming Sell It Like Serhant and Relative Success with Tabatha Coffey.
Prior to joining the NBCU team, Rogovin worked as part of culture-centric agency Wasserman Media Group’s business development team, and in the TV literary department at ICM Partners.