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Yvette Vega is the Executive Producer for the PBS program “Charlie Rose.” She started the program with Charlie Rose in 1991.
As Executive Producer, Vega oversees the daily production of the show, which includes editorial content, bookings of all high profile guests, Charlie Rose’s preparation for interviews, management of staff, programming, international distribution, and relations with the press. In addition, she is responsible for all production of remote broadcasts and all live coverage including the Democratic and Republican National Conventions, State of the Union and breaking news reactions. With Rose, Vega has created the “Charlie Rose Special Edition Series,” art shows about the works of Richard Serra, Francoise Gilot, Henri Cartier Bresson and Jackson Pollack, and the Special Science Series on The Human Genome Project and Brain Science.
When “Charlie Rose” launched in 1991, Vega started as Rose’s assistant and production coordinator. She became Senior Producer in 1995 while also serving as the line producer. She was promoted to the position of Executive Producer in September 2000. Prior to joining “Charlie Rose,” Vega worked on several television programs for Thirteen/WNET, Lifetime Television as well as on independent documentaries. She is a graduate of the film school at New York University.
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