Vivian Schiller NBC, Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Salary and Net Worth

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Vivian Schiller has saved as the president and CEO of National Radio. she is also former senior vice president and chief digital officer for NBC News.

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Vivian Schiller Biography

she was born on Sep 13, 1961, she is the daughter of Rodal Schiller, a former editor at readers Digest and Lillian schiller of Larchmont

Schiller attended Cornell University with a bachelor degree in Russian studies and Soviet studies, and a masters degree in Russian from Middlebury College.

she joined Turner Broadcasting as a production assistant in 1988. During her early years with the company, Schiller worked on documentaries, children’s series and network specials for TBS Superstation and TNT including programs such as National Geographic Explorer, David Attenborough’s Private life of Plants, Captain Planet the Planters, Tom & Jerry’s Kids, The Golden Globe Awards, and specials and series from the BBC, the Audubon Society, and the National Wildlife Federation.

In 1998, Schiller transferred to CNN where she eventually became head of the documentary unit which produced special and series for CNN-US and CNN International. Programs during that time included the Cold War, Beneath the Veil, Hank Aaron: Chasing the Dream and more. Schiller’s division won multiple awards under her supervision including Emmys, Peabody’s, DuPont’s and Overseas Press Club Awards.

Schiller was hired by The New York Times and Discovery Communications to develop and run a new joint venture network that would late become the Discovery Times Channel in 2002.

In 2006, after The New York Times and Discovery Communications joint venture severed, Schiller joined the New York Times full-time to oversee original web video and then served as General Manager of, then the largest newspaper site in the world. While at The New York Times, Schiller was instrumental in integrating the newspaper and web newsrooms, including embedding web developers with journalists. Under Schiller’s watch, the New York Times launched its first mobile presence, Facebook pages, and Twitter accounts and grew audiences by double digits.

Schiller was named President and CEO of NPR in late 2008. During her tenure, Schiller was widely credited with dramatically upgrading the network’s digital presence, significantly expanding its revenue base, and attracting more listeners. She greenlit the network’s first investigative unit and launched diversity initiatives that expanded the organization’s output of multicultural programming for radio and online. She leads NPR launching of mobile apps and expanded its digital output dramatically.

she was hired by NBC News President Steve Capus to oversee the acquisition of MSNBC Digital Networks, then a joint venture of Microsoft and NBCUniversal. Schiller led the company’s efforts to acquire full ownership of the digital operation, and integrate it into the rest of NBC New in New York under a new name, That project culminated in the summer of 2013

In January 2014, Schiller joined Twitter as Head of News with responsibility for expanding the platform’s relationships with news organizations. Global Media Head Katie Stanton expanded Schiller’s responsibilities to Chair of Global News for the company including setting strategy for partnerships with journalists around the world. Schiller left Twitter in October as part of CEO Dick Costolo ongoing series of strategic pivots and executive changes and ousters.

 Vivian’s net worth

Her estimated net worth is $100.

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