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Warner Bros. TV Group ups Karen Miller as SVP

MUMBAI: Warner Bros. Television Group has promoted Karen Miller to the position of senior vice president for its Worldwide Television Creative Services. It was announced today by the company's executive vice president Lisa Gregorian. Miller will be reporting to Gregorian.

In her new position, Miller will manage the day-to-day operations of the Creative Services department, overseeing the conceptualization and design of all print, digital and on-air advertising and promotional materials for the Studio's worldwide television marketing, sales and publicity initiatives, states an official release.

She will work closely with the Studio's internal marketing executives, providing creative counsel on the promotional campaigns for programming produced by Warner Bros. Television, Telepictures Productions and Warner Bros. Animation.

Also, Miller and her department will guide the creative efforts of the Studio's television distribution entities--Warner Bros. International Television Distribution, Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution and Warner Bros. Domestic Cable Distribution--enhancing their marketing efforts for television series and the pay, cable and broadcast windows of theatrical titles.

Said Gregorian, "Karen has proven herself to be an invaluable executive who is able to combine her creative vision with business acumen. She is the perfect person to direct the efforts of the creative services department as it continues to meet the challenge of focusing consumer attention in an ever-competitive global television marketplace."

A 10-year veteran of the Studio, Miller most recently served as Warner Bros. Television Creative Services vice president, having been promoted to that position in 2005. Previously, she had been an art director in the Warner Bros. Television Creative Services department for five years. She joined the Studio in 1996 as a graphic designer for Warner Bros. International Television Distribution. Prior to joining the Studio, Miller spent more than a decade with Conde Nast Publishing as associate art director for Architectural Digest magazine.

In her distinguished career, Miller has been honoured with 18 PROMAX-BDA Awards, most recently receiving the 2005 BDA Design Award in the Magazine category for her efforts on behalf of The O.C. Insider.

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