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Introcaso-Davis ankles Oxygen

Exec was sr. VP original programming, development

Amy Introcaso-Davis has exited her post as senior VP of original programming and development at Oxygen Media.

Since joining Oxygen in 2008, Introcaso-Davis has been a driving force behind establishing its most notable series including “Bad Girls Club” and “Tori and Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood.” She reported to Oxygen president Jason Klarman.

The NBCUniversal-owned cable network is currently searching for her successor, according to an Oxygen spokeswoman.

Prior to Oxygen, Introcaso-Davis did stints at Bravo and Lifetime.

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