ESPN Veteran in Line for Vacant Executive Spot on NBC’s ‘Today’ Show

Jan 28, 2014  •  Post A Comment

A veteran ESPN producer is in the running to fill a key executive position at NBC’s "Today" show. TheWrap.com reports that Jamie Horowitz, the producer of ESPN’s “First Take,” is vying for the role of “Today’s" senior vice president, which is currently vacant.

“NBC News is actively searching for a replacement for former ‘Today’ show SVP Alexandra Wallace, who just a couple weeks ago was elevated to the newly created position of senior vice president of news for the network in charge of the D.C. Bureau,” the story reports.

The job carries no production role on “Today,” but “Today” executive producer Don Nash would report to whoever is hired, the story says.

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