October 23, 2014 9:13 AM ET

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Company Overview of Black Entertainment Television LLC

Company Overview

Black Entertainment Television LLC is a television network in the United States primarily serving African American viewers. Its program schedules primarily include comedy reviews; black-oriented entertainment journals; jazz music programs; rap video programs; sporting events; and news and public affair programs. The company was founded in 1979 and is based in Washington, District of Columbia. Black Entertainment Television LLC operates as a subsidiary of Viacom, Inc.

1235 West Street, NE

Washington D.C., WA 20018-1211

United States

Founded in 1979

Phone:

202-608-2000

Key Executives for Black Entertainment Television LLC

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Age: 59
Chief Financial Officer
President of BET Networks
Age: 57
President of Music Programming and Specials
Executive Vice President and General Counsel
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Black Entertainment Television LLC Key Developments

BET Networks Announces Management Changes

BET Networks President of Original Programming Loretha Jones is leaving the company. Jones informed the company of her decision. Darrell Walker, executive vice president and general counsel, will assume day-to-day operations for programming until a replacement is announced. Stephen Hill, president of Music Programming and Specials, will remain in his current role along with the newly appointed Pete Danielsen, executive vice president of Program Planning, Scheduling and Acquisitions. Jones will stay on with BET Networks as creative consultant.

BET Networks Appoints Kay Madati as Executive Vice President and Chief Digital Officer

BET Networks announced that it has appointed Kay Madati as Executive Vice President and Chief Digital Officer. Madati, a former Facebook executive, will lead the teams responsible for all aspects of digital, social and mobile strategy and oversee operations, content creation, technology and product development across the suite of BET Network's digital platforms. He will report to Debra L. Lee, the Chairman and CEO of BET Networks, and will be based in Los Angeles.

BET Networks Appoints Pete Danielsen as Executive Vice President

BET Networks announced that it has appointed Pete Danielsen as Executive Vice President of Program Planning, Scheduling & Acquisitions. Danielsen, a former Nickelodeon executive, will lead the team responsible for all aspects of program planning, scheduling and acquisitions at BET Networks. He will report to Debra L. Lee, the Chairman and CEO of BET Networks, and will be based in New York. He was most recently the Executive Vice President of Worldwide Programming at Viacom Media Networks where he was responsible for 39 Nickelodeon networks in 190 countries.

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