He will now be the president of day-to-day operations, providing oversight for the network’s programming, ad sales, digital teams and more.Lee will also act as an advisor for Mills and the company’s general manager, Michael Armstrong, will work closely with him in this new role.“BET has consistently produced exciting, thought-provoking content, shaping culture and conversation with African Americans and young audiences around the world,” Mills said in his own statement.
This file contains additional information such as Exif metadata which may have been added by the digital camera, scanner, or software program used to create or digitize it.
The master suite (above) is fit for a king and queen. This definitely is filed in the Must Be Nice files....
It features a fireplace, an adjoining dressing room and a wall of windows that look out on Rock Creek Park. According to the Washington Post, the massive mansion hosted a ,000-a plate fundraiser for President Barack Obama, a welcome cocktail party for White House social secretary Deesha Dyer and most recently the “after glow” following the Kennedy Center concert in honor of the new Smithsonian African American history museum. » EXCLUSIVE: Keke Palmer Tells Us How She Really Feels After Getting Ridiculed For Revealing Her Own #METOO Situation» EXCLUSIVE SNEAK PEEK: Chrissy’s Truth Serum Humbles Fiancé Jim Jones Like Never Before» EXCLUSIVE: Laticia Rolle Opens Up For The First Time - Boyfriend Shaq 'Rushed' Her Into Creating The LBD For Hats Why He's Totally Going To Marry Her » Juelz Santana Is Out Of Jail On Bail, Cam’ron & Kimbella Rejoice PETA Pulls Up On Vivica A.
As I look to the future, I believe it is the right time to take a step back from day-to-day responsibilities at BET.
I look forward to working closely with Scott, Michael, our many talented people – and very importantly, BET’s communities and external stakeholders.” Also Read: BET's ' The Quad' Gets January Return, Season 2 Guest Stars Revealed (Exclusive) Mills currently serves as executive vice president and chief administrative officer at Viacom, overseeing human resources, real estate and facilities and security.
She will continue to serve as the chairman and CEO of the network, but her responsibility now will be to build up relationships with external stakeholders, a major shift from helping to plan the BET Awards and working on original programming and films.