VH1 Names Amy Doyle Executive Vice President

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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.

VH1 and Logo TV announced Tuesday (Oct. 6) it has named Amy Doyle executive vice president of the two Viacom networks. 

In this newly created role, Dowyle will serve as deputy to general manager Chris McCarthy, assisting McCarthy with management and creative oversight on both brands. She will also act as the go-to for live programming, tent-pole events and specials, network talent development and celebrity relations, as well as the point person for the VH1 Save The Music Foundation.

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"Amy is a multi-talented executive with a proven ability to build brands and talent and create pop culture moments that drive audiences across every platform" said McCarthy in a statement. "She's a forward-thinking leader for this new era in media and I couldn't ask for a better partner while we continue to build VH1 and Logo as the premier pop culture brands."

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Doyle's promotion follows a position as executive vice president of music and talent for MTV and VH1, leading music content and programming, talent booking, artist and industry relations and music supervision. She is a multiple recipient of the Billboard Women in Music honor (2012, 2013, 2014) and an Emmy Award-winner for MTV's Unplugged