Amy Doyle Promoted to GM of MTV, VH1 and Logo Group

Amy Doyle attends the UJA-Federation's Music Visionary Of The Year Award Luncheon at The Pierre Hotel on July 12, 2012 in New York City.
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Amy Doyle attends the UJA-Federation's Music Visionary Of The Year Award Luncheon at The Pierre Hotel on July 12, 2012 in New York City.

MTV, VH1 and Logo announced on Tuesday that Amy Doyle has been elevated to executive vp and General Manager of the three Viacom networks. The promotion arrives a year and a half after Doyle took on the role of evp at VH1.

In her expanded role, Doyle will continue to work with group president Chris McCarthy and partner with him in managing the brands, providing oversight of tent-pole live events, specials, network/celebrity talent and VH1's slate of scripted programming. She also remains the point person and co-chair of the Save the Music Foundation. 

"Through her strong creative instincts and talent relationships, Amy has built countless brand-elevating events and initiatives throughout her career, and I'm excited for her to partner with me in this vital leadership role across the group," said McCarthy in a statement.

During her many years at MTV and VH1, Doyle has spearheaded the creation of new televised events and the revival of others, including the Hip Hop Honors and the Divas franchises. She is a multiple recipient of the Billboard Women in Music honor and an Emmy Award-winner for MTV's Unplugged

"I am excited to expand my collaboration with Chris to encompass the MTV brand that was my home for so many years," said Doyle. "We are ready to leverage the best and most diverse world-class events, development and talent teams across each of the brands to help us transform MTV for today's youth culture and continue VH1 and Logo's growth trajectory."

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