David Brownfield was promoted to Senior Vice President, Current Programs, CBS Entertainment in September 2004. He reports to Nina Tassler, President, CBS Entertainment.
In his position, Brownfield oversees the current programming department and works with the producers of CBS's prime time comedy and drama series to maintain the quality and direction of the Network's established hit programs.
Brownfield joined CBS in 2001 as Director, Current Programming and was promoted to Vice President in June 2003.
Prior to joining CBS, Brownfield was a co-producer and writer on the comedy "Boy Meets World" (1998-2000). Before that, he was a development and current executive at ABC (1993-1997) where he helped develop "The Drew Carey Show" and "Lois & Clark: the New Adventures of Superman."
From 1989-1992, Brownfield was in the current programming department at Paramount Television. He began his career as a sports producer at KHJ-TV Los Angeles (now CBS-owned KCAL).
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