Amy Introcaso-Davis, SVP Original Programming and Development at Oxygen Media, has left the cable channel, which is still searching for its identity almost four years after its acquisition by NBCUniversal. Introcaso-Davis was in the top programming job at Oxygen for over three years, for the past one reporting to Oxygen president Jason Klarman. Introcaso-Davis was brought to Oxygen after the channel’s acquisition by NBCU from sister channel Bravo, where she developed and executive produced such series as Queer Eye For the Straight Guy and Kathy Griffin: My Life On The D-List.
Oxygen's Head Of Programming Exits
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