GSN Names Hatcher to Head Affiliate Sales

Moss, Linda
September 2004
Multichannel News;9/20/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 38, p26
This article focuses on Jan Hatcher, a veteran of Lifetime television and Scripps network. GSN, owned by Liberty Media Corp. and Sony Pictures Entertainment, has been without a head of affiliate relations for some time. Michael Sakin, full-time chief of distribution had handled both advertising and affiliate relations for half a year. Sakin went back to the post of senior vice president of ad sales, and GSN went on a search for an affiliate chief. Hatcher was involved in startup projects For Lifetime, like diginets Lifetime Movie Network and Lifetime Real Women.


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