Wagner Latest To Exit Lifetime

Gibbons, Kent
November 2009
Multichannel News;11/30/2009, Vol. 30 Issue 44, p26
The article reports on the resignation of Meredith Wagner, public-affairs chief of Lifetime Networks. It notes that Wagner decided to leave in December 2009 after the company was acquired by Arts & Entertainment Television Networks. Furthermore, it also mentions other personalities from Lifetime who chose to leave including business affairs vice president Pat Langer and chief financial officer James Wesley. According to Wagner, her resignation is one of the hardest decision she ever made.


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