Showtime marketing exec Len Fogge has moved to NBC Entertainment, where he rejoins former Showtime programming chief Bob Greenblatt, MediaPost reports.
Fogge, who had been rumored for months to be heading to NBC, becomes president of marketing for NBC Entertainment. He replaces Adam Stotsky, who has headed up marketing for NBC Entertainment for three years.
NBC said Stotsky will leave "after an appropriate transition," TheWrap.com reports.
Showtime is replacing Fogge with two executives, naming Frank Pintauro and Donald Buckley as executive VPs.
Pintauro, formerly senior VP, executive creative director and general manager of Red Group, will be EVP of Red Group, Showtime’s in-house agency. Buckley, formerly senior VP of digital services, will be EVP of program marketing and digital services. Pintauro and Buckley will report to Matt Blank, chairman and CEO of Showtime Networks.
Showtime’s Sharon Allen has been promoted to senior VP of program marketing and advertising, reporting to Buckley.
Another senior Showtime executive, Richard Licata, recently joined NBC Entertainment Chairman Greenblatt’s team, as executive VP of communications for NBC Entertainment.