DISH Appoints Andy LeCuyer to Lead Programming Group (1 Viewer)

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DISH today announced that Andy LeCuyer has been named senior vice president of Programming, overseeing the acquisition and renewal of programming content for DISH and Sling TV. LeCuyer leads the team securing satellite and digital rights (traditional linear, Video On Demand, TV Everywhere and OTT) for general entertainment, local broadcast, sports, Latino and movie studio content. LeCuyer also oversees programming operations.

“He has the poise and imagination to continue transforming this industry in an effort to better serve the consumers who are changing the way they watch TV.”

LeCuyer continues reporting to Warren Schlichting, DISH executive vice president of Marketing, Programming and Media Sales.

"Andy has successfully led the team through forward-looking, complex programming negotiations,” said Schlichting. “He has the poise and imagination to continue transforming this industry in an effort to better serve the consumers who are changing the way they watch TV.”

Andy joined DISH in 2011 as director of Programming, and later vice president of Programming, overseeing local retransmission relationships nationwide. Soon after, he assumed responsibility for Premium, Pay-Per-View and International programming.

A biography and photo are available here: about.dish.com/leadership/senior-leadership/andrew-lecuyer
 
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I wasn't aware there was so much programming about lead to warrant its own programming group. Must by on Bravo or some other channel I don't watch much.
 

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There are always renewals and talks for new channels going on all the time. You just don't hear of much because 99% of the renewals are completed without issue.

Those guys are busy year around.


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