Fred Rogers Productions Names New Creative Development Manager

Gabrielle Howard to manage the company’s expanding development slate.

License Global

July 13, 2022

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Fred Rogers Productions, the children’s media organization behind multiple PBS KIDS series, has named Gabrielle Howard to the newly created position of creative development manager. In her new role, Howard will manage the company’s growing portfolio of IP in development. She will report to Ellen Doherty, chief creative officer, Fred Rogers Productions.  

“Gabrielle is a terrific addition to our team. She knows the kids’ industry, and has a great eye for talent,” says Doherty. “I look forward to working with her to find and generate even more extraordinary content for young viewers.”   

“I’m over the moon to join Fred Rogers Productions, a company that is so well known and respected for quality programming that serves the needs of children and their families,” says Howard. “I’m excited to dive in and help build a programming slate of content that resonates with current fans and attracts many new ones, too.”   

In addition to managing the company’s production slate, Howard will seek out new collaborators and projects that she will help guide through the development process.  

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