Andrew was recently named executive vice president of program planning and scheduling at ABC. He will oversee daytime, primetime and late-night program planning and scheduling, as well as film acquisition and theatrical inventory. Andrew brings 17 years of scheduling experience to the job.
Andrew was most recently senior vice president of program planning and scheduling for CBS Television, where he was responsible for developing long-term programming and scheduling strategies for CBS’s primetime, daytime and late night lineups, as well as for the CW. He previously held a series of positions within CBS. He joined the company in December 1994 as a page in Los Angeles.
“I’m looking forward to joining the ABC Entertainment team,” Andrew said. “The network’s amazing programming and innovative approach to storytelling is exciting for viewers, myself included. It’s a thrill to participate in the creative process in an effort to better position the signature programming that so many hold near and dear to their hearts.”
Andrew earned a bachelor of science degree from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point, as well as a Presidents and Key Executives MBA degree from Pepperdine University’s Graziadio School of Business and Management.