Donna Kerin named VP, advertising and media sales for NBCU’s first-run syndicated programming
Donna Kerin has been named vice president, advertising and media sales, for NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution, it was announced today by Barbara “Bo” Argentino, senior vice president, advertising and media sales, NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution.
Previously, Kerin was a sales account executive in Late Night and Daytime Sales for NBC. In her new role, she will be responsible for national advertising and media sales for NBC Universal’s first-run syndicated programming including Access Hollywood, Maury, The Jerry Springer Show and The Chris Matthews Show, reporting to Argentino.
“Donna brings a wealth of experience, as well as strong contacts both within NBC and outside the company,” said Argentino. “She is a valuable addition to our team and I am thrilled that she has accepted this role. I look forward to working with her.”
Kerin joined NBC in 1998 as an account executive in Late Night and Daytime, then joined the sales team at PAX in 1999. Prior to NBC, she was group director at Grey Advertising and also held national negotiator and group supervisor positions with Mediacom and Scali, McCabe, Sloves. She began her career in sales at ESPN.