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Atlas Media Names Frasca VP, Development

Feb 26, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Laura Frasca has been promoted to vice president of development at Atlas Media Corp., the company announced today. Ms. Frasca previously was the company’s director of development.
“Lauren’s well-earned promotion recognizes her creativity and devotion to her craft. She has contributed greatly to the growth of our company,” said Kaki Kirby, executive VP of business development at Atlas.
Atlas is an independent producer of nonfiction content, distributed across channels including the History Channel, GSN, National Geographic Channel, Discovery Health, A&E, PBS, Travel Channel, Fuse, Disney Channel, TLC, USA and Food Network.
At Atlas, which she joined in 2005 as a development executive, Ms. Frasca has played a key role in developing shows including “Art Attack!” for the Travel Channel and National Geo’s “Who Knew?”

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