HBO original programming prexy Chris Albrecht has upped five executives to key positions in the programming departments of HBO and Cinemax.
Kary Antholis becomes HBO’s VP of original programming for drama events, having served as director of documentary programming at HBO before leaving in 1994 to produce docu and TV projects.
Sarah Condon has been appointed VP of original programming for comedy series, latenight and specials, where she will both develop new half-hour comedy series and supervise current latenight shows, comedy specials and series. She was formerly a director of original programming.
Nancy Abraham has been upped to VP of original programming for documentaries, after serving a stint as director of documentary programs. In the new post, she will oversee the development and production of HBO’s “America Undercover” and “Cinemax Reel Life” series as well as other docu projects.
Jacqueline Glover moves up to director of original programming for documentaries, from her former managerial position in HBO’s documentary unit. Her new duties include evaluating submissions as well as developing and producing docs.
Finally, John Murchison has been installed as manager of original programming for drama events, following a two-year stint as project coordinator at HBO NYC Prods. He will assist in the managing of new drama events as well as existing ones.