Joann Alfano

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JoAnn Alfano is an American television producer.

Career[edit]

She replaced Suzanne Daniels as Executive Vice President, Entertainment, Lifetime Networks in late 2008.

Prior to starting TV Tray Entertainment in June 2007, Alfano was President of Broadway Video Television, where she developed and executive produced NBC's 30 Rock and the ABC series Sons and Daughters. Alfano rose through the ranks at NBC, from New York-based publicist to become Senior Vice President of Drama Development, and then Senior Vice President of Comedy Development. She also was Vice President of Prime Time Series for NBC Studios. Before that, Alfano was Director of Current Comedy for NBC Entertainment. She had previously been Director, NBC Media Relations and Primetime Series.

Before joining Lifetime, Alfano was president of her production company, TV Tray Entertainment, which had a first look deal at NBC Universal Media Studios. [1]

Positions Held[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Alfano won a 2007 Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series.

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