Fox has elevated its current programming team, as department topper Marcy Ross handed out promotions this week to key staffers.
As part of the restructuring, Beth Miyares has been named vice president of current programming, reporting to Ross, who continues as exec VP of current programming.
Also, James Oh has been given director stripes, while Monique Nash and Xenia Lok are now managers. Lee Hollin has been named the department’s coordinator.
Ross said the promotion reflected Miyares’ performance after three years at Fox.
Miyares has been involved with Fox skeins including “Prison Break,” “‘Til Death” and “Back to You.” She joined Fox in 2005 from UPN, where she served as director of current programs.
Oh moved to the current programming team in 2006 after a three-year stint as director of audience research and programming research at Fox. He’s worked on shows including “Bones,” “The Simpsons,” “King of the Hill” and “Cops.”
Nash, who began at Fox as Ross’ assistant, most recently served as coordinator in current programming. Lok was a drama development coordinator at the net and joined Fox in 2003.
Hollin has been bumped up from serving as Ross’ assistant.