Four months after she left the CW to relocate to New York, Dawn Ostroff has found her new gig — president of Condé Nast Entertainment. This is a newly launched division as the top magazine publisher is looking to enter the film/TV/digital space. Former CW Entertainment president Ostroff will be responsible for the development, creation, production and distribution of original television, film and digital initiatives based on Condé Nast’s portfolio of brands, which includes Vogue, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, GQ, Glamour and Architectural Digest. She starts right away. “I am very excited to have the chance to build this business for Condé Nast, a company that already has a long history of engaging audiences across print and digital platforms,” Ostroff said.
Ostroff launched the CW broadcast network and led it from 2006 until May. She segued to that role from serving as President of UPN Network from 2002-2006. Ostroff joined UPN from Lifetime, where she served as EVP of Entertainment from 1996-2002.