Since July 2006, Williams had been senior vice president, production, for Comedy Central and Spike TV and, prior to that, senior vice president, production, MTV Series Entertainment, where he oversaw all production for programming originating from the west coast development groups at MTV (talent, original series and music development) as well as additional programming for the MTV2 and LOGO networks. Williams is based in the Group’s
In his newly expanded role, Williams will oversee all physical production for long form scripted and reality series, specials, MOWs, tent-poles, on-air promotions and marketing for Comedy Central, Spike TV and TV Land. In addition, he will supervise all daily production operations, technical personnel, production budgets and production planning for the MTVN Entertainment Group.
“We’re extremely happy that
Williams joined MTV in 1999 as director of production of MTV’s original series development and was promoted to vice president, production, MTV original programming and series development in 2002. Before MTV, he worked as an assistant director and line producer in commercials, television and film in