All3Media America has announced the promotion of six senior execs, as well as a new hire for the company, chairman Stephen Lambert and president Eli Holzman announced Thursday.
Aaron Saidman, one of the earliest hires at the original Studio Lambert USA, has been promoted to executive vice president, development and current programming. Saidman served as a producer on the first season of “Undercover Boss” before joining the company as head of development.
Wally Parks, after being with All3Media America for four years, has been promoted to executive vice president, production, while Jacob Cohen-Holmes has moved up to senior vice president, development and current programming. Cohen-Holmes currently oversees programming day-to-day across all companies in the All3Media America Hub.
Jonathan Parkman, promoted to senior vice president, post production, has been tasked with managing post production operation with Parks.
Dana Boratenski, another Studio Lambert vet, has been promoted to vice president, production development, and Sabrina Fiander has been promoted to vice president, production. Both Boratenski and Fiander joined the company from the Comcast Cable Group.
Leah Hariton has also joined the company as vice president, current series.
“The All3Media America Los Angeles production hub was launched just 19 months ago. But the result in terms of commissions won and demand for our productions has exceeded expectations,” said Lambert and Holzman in a joint statement. “As we now prepare for a period of accelerated growth it is vital that we bolster our ranks with talented executives who share our values and who will help us ensure that the stream of high-quality productions All3Media America is known for will continue to flow uninterrupted.”
“These promotions speak volumes to the hard work and dedication that each of these executives have shown in helping to create the most entertaining programming possible,” said Lambert. Holzman added, “In two short years, our company has grown by leaps and bounds, and none of it would have been possible without this group.”