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New York -- HGTV has added two new staffers to the network teams that develop content, oversee production and formulate the scheduling and program strategy for such hit series as Property Brothers: Forever Home, Flip or Flop, Christina on the Coast, My Lottery Dream Home and, premiering Sept.
Fulkerson has been entering the HGTV promotion every year since 1998.
Quite a number of HGTV shows feature women at the forefront.
"During the HGTV special...cameras follow designer and home renovation star Alison Victoria, White House staff and volunteers on an exclusive room-by-room tour of the iconic home's holiday transformation."
She ended up putting all her group's promo units together, and doled them out to be "more strategic about driving the promo where the CPMs are highest, where we need a bit of ratings turnaround, or where we have a new show about to premiere." The strategy has already stemmed ratings losses at HGTV, which had slipped after an unprecedented year-over-year growth in 13 of the previouys 16 years; last month, the network was up year over year in the demo.
The bidding for the Brady Bunch house got down to a horse race, according to listing agent Ernie Carswell, but it was HGTV that ultimately pulled away from the pack.
On HGTV in February, Love It or List It property experts Hilary Farr and David Visentin help families find their dream property, and House Hunters International Renovation sees globetrotting home seekers buy property in foreign markets.
Lynn Chambers, Vice President, Corus Tempo, said, "We are proud to create and support this landmark partnership between HGTV Canada's Bryan and Sarah Baeumler and RBC.
Lex and Alana LeBlanc from HGTV's massive hit show Listed Sisters, believe it's equally important for homes to be designed with beauty and functionality in mind.
Later this year, HGTV will also launch Monty Don's Italian Gardens, Monty Don's French Gardens and Secret History of the British Garden.
Prior to joining HGTV and DIY Network in 2013, Page spent 12 years in programming roles at Food Network.