Bell Media President Mary Ann Turcke announced several key changes in the leadership of the company’s content, distribution, and English-language programming teams on Tuesday. Randy Lennox becomes President, Broadcasting and Content; Tracey Pearce becomes President, Distribution and Pay; and Mike Cosentino becomes Senior Vice-President, CTV and Specialty.
The changes, effective Monday, August 8, come as Domenic Vivolo, President, Content Sales, Marketing and Digital Products, steps down at the end of this week to pursue new opportunities.
“These elevated roles recognize the contributions Randy, Tracey, and Mike have made to the company as individuals and leaders,” said Turcke. “They are exceptional media executives with decades of experience and stellar track records of innovation and success. I would also like to acknowledge Domenic’s significant contribution to the company and wish him well in the future.”
As a result of the changes, Lennox’s portfolio expands to integrate Bell Media’s English-language programming and production teams with a singular focus on content. In addition to his current role overseeing all of Bell Media’s English independent and in-house entertainment productions, Lennox will now be responsible for Bell Media’s conventional and English-language entertainment specialty channels. Reporting to Turcke, Lennox continues to be responsible for all English and French radio and local television broadcasting.