Today, Vox Media announced promotions across Vox — Vox Media’s premier explanatory journalism organization — and Vox Media Studios as Vox expands its work across TV and premium streaming platforms, as well as its popular YouTube channel.
- Emily Anderson becomes Vice President, Vox Video and TV: In addition to managing television and longform projects for Vox, Anderson will expand her scope to include Vox’s YouTube channel and OTT efforts.
- Mona Lalwani becomes Editorial Director and Executive Producer, Vox Video and TV: Lalwani will continue to oversee YouTube programming and work across projects developed for TV and streaming platforms, instilling Vox editorial and journalistic values in projects.
- Joe Posner becomes Vice President, Creative Development, Vox Video and TV: Joe will continue to lead development of new television and streaming projects for Vox.
Vox Media Studios:
- Marina Stadler becomes Head of Production, Vox TV: Focused exclusively on Vox’s programming, Marina will work on behalf of Vox Media Studios with the Vox team to translate the network’s distinct mission into workflows that deliver great content for streaming and TV partners.
In addition to multiple projects in production for networks and streamers, this year’s programming includes the second season of the Emmy-nominated series Glad You Asked on YouTube Originals, Money, Explained, the seventh installment of the Explained franchise for Netflix, and the return of Missing Chapter, the award-winning video series that addresses historical trauma on Vox’s YouTube channel.
Vox explains the news. In a world of too much information and too little context, too much noise and too little insight—Vox’s journalists candidly shepherd audiences through politics and policy, business and pop culture, science, and everything else that matters, empowering its audience with the context they need to answer questions they didn’t know they had. Vox is home to influential verticals including Recode, The Goods, and The Highlight; a robust podcast lineup featuring “Today, Explained,” “The Weeds,” and more; and acclaimed video production with popular series like “Explained” on Netflix, and “Missing Chapter” and the Emmy Award winning show “Earworm” on YouTube.
About Vox Media Studios:
Vox Media Studios is one of the leading independent studios producing premium non-fiction and scripted programming for television, OTT, podcasts, films, and brand partners. Vox Media Studios is an Emmy-nominated full-service production studio that works both independently and in partnership with Vox Media’s category-leading editorial networks—Curbed, The Cut, Eater, Grub Street, Intelligencer, New York Magazine, Polygon, Recode, SB Nation, The Strategist, The Verge, Vox, and Vulture—to extend the company’s storytelling capabilities to the most relevant modern platforms including Netflix, Hulu, Apple TV+, YouTube Originals, HBO, and CNN. Vox Media Studios is also home to the award-winning Vox Media Podcast Network and the Academy Award winning storytelling powerhouse, Epic.