Lewis Promoted to EVP at Fox News
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Lewis Promoted to EVP at Fox News

Fox has promoted Brian Lewis to executive vice president of corporate communications for Fox Television Stations, a group that includes Twentieth Television and Fox News. He will report to Roger Ailes, chairman of Fox Television Stations.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—Fox has promoted Brian Lewis to executive vice president of corporate communications for Fox Television Stations, a group that includes Twentieth Television and Fox News. He will report to Roger Ailes, chairman of Fox Television Stations and CEO of Fox News and will oversee all corporate communications and public relations functions for the television and online divisions of Fox Television Stations.

Prior to his promotion, Lewis served as the senior vice president, corporate communications for Fox News since 2000. He joined the company as one of its first employees in April 1996, seven months prior to the launch of Fox News Channel and oversaw the public relations strategy for the launch and positioning of FNC.

Before his tenure at Fox News, he was vice president of media relations and corporate communications at CNBC for five years.

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