AMC Networks is elevating Georgia Juvelis.
The longtime corporate communications executive will become AMC’s chief communications officer, reporting to CEO Kristin Dolan.
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In her new role Juvelis will continue to oversee corporate and internal communications, corporate marketing, and government affairs, and will add oversight of publicity, talent relations and awards.
“Georgia has proved to be a talented communicator and strategist throughout her tenure and a trusted advisor to me during a period of dynamic change and reinvention happening here at AMC Networks and across our industry,” said Dolan in a statement. “I’m pleased to see her step into this new role, bringing her leadership strengths and deep knowledge of our business to oversee a communications team that is helping frame our collective efforts and drive our business.”
A 15 year veteran of AMC Networks, Juvelis has worked in a number of communications roles for the company, which owns the AMC, IFC, BBC America and Sundance channels, as well as the AMC+ streaming service.
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