ITV America-owned production house Sirens Media has appointed Lifetime exec Mioshi Hill as its new president.
She will take up her new appointment next month, following predecessor Jessica Sebastian-Dayeh’s exit from the The Real Housewives of New Jersey prodco to pursue a new independent venture.
In her new role, Hill will take oversight of the lifestyle-focused label, which is also behind the shows Nikita Unfiltered and Honestly Loren.
Hill joins after five years at A+E Networks-owned US cablenet Lifetime as VP of non-fiction programming, where she had responsibility for its unscripted slate, working on projects including upcoming dating show Swipe Swap and Little Women: LA.
Before joining Lifetime, she spent more than a decade in independent production and also served as VP of development and creative affairs at Hud:sun Media and on the development team at High Noon Entertainment.
Hill said she looked forward to building upon the label’s “legacy of edgy, pop culture-savvy storytelling,” while ITV America CEO David George praised Hill’s “incredibly impressive” track record.
In September, Sirens Media partnered with 16-year-old Marsai Martin and her production banner Genius Entertainment to develop and produce Baddies (working title). The unscripted series will spotlight the impact of previously unsung, trailblazing Black women who have helped shape American culture.