INSP has hired industry veteran Craig Miller to help expand its push into original programming.
Miller, who has more than 20 years of experience in creating cable network branded programming with multiplatform and international extensions, will serve as family-friendy INSP's vice president of original programming. With stints at RIVR Media and Scripps Productions, he had a wealth of experience across multiple genres, notably docusoap, competition reality, lifestyle, how-to, and documentary.
“Craig’s background is exactly what we needed in this newly created position,” said senior vice president of programming Doug Butts. “As we move forward in the creation of original content, his experience and leadership in multiplatform programming is vital in advancing INSP’s vision to become America’s top-rated family entertainment network. This is a very exciting time.”
Butts noted that Miller has "developed and produced more than $100 million of programming for a variety of cable networks, including A&E, Animal Planet, Biography, CMT, DIY, ESPN, Fine Living, Food Network, GAC, HGTV, MTV, TLC, Travel Channel, The Nashville Network and Discovery Channel. He has launched 49 series which led to 1,760 episodes. In addition, he has functioned in roles as an account executive and graphic designer giving him invaluable industry experience from the ground up.”