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CNE appoints Sarah Amos as Vice President, Development & Production, Non-Fiction TV, Documentaries

She joins Condé Nast from Marvel, where she was the VP of Development and Production for Marvel Entertainment’s New Media division.


CNE announced the appointment of Sarah Amos, Vice President, Development & Production (Non-Fiction TV, Documentaries).

The new role is part of the organization’s ongoing transformation, prioritizing a global entertainment strategy and growing a film, television, and audio business leveraging the company’s rich portfolio of global brands and IP.

Amos will report to Helen Estabrook, who heads Conde Nast Entertainment’s film and television division.

“Sarah not only brings with her best-in-class development and production experience, she’s also an expert storyteller with the ability to translate compelling material across a variety of platforms,” said Estabrook. “We’re thrilled to have her on the CNE team.”

Amos joins CNE from Marvel where she was the VP of Development and Production for Marvel Entertainment’s New Media division, overseeing the video, live streaming and audio content slate for and third-party platforms, including SiriusXM and Marvel Entertainment’s non-fiction content for Disney+. Amos served as an Executive Producer on the Disney+ original series Marvel’s Behind The Mask, Marvel’s Hero Project and Marvel’s 616–a collaboration with Supper Club, the prestigious team behind Netflix’s CHEF’s TABLE. Prior to Marvel, Amos worked in producerial capacities at ABC News, including for flagship program, World News with Diane Sawyer. Amos graduated from the USC’s Annenberg School of Communication and currently resides with her husband, daughter, and dog in Brooklyn.

Since 2011, the company’s studio and distribution division, Condé Nast Entertainment (CNE), has garnered 150 award nominations and 94 wins, including Academy Awards, Emmys, Critics’ Choice Awards, IDA Documentary Awards, Webbys and ASMEs. Over the past year, CNE has produced several breakout successes, including the Emmy-winning series Last Chance U, it’s recently released spin-off series Last Chance U: Basketball that hit Netflix top 10 in record time, and Academy-Award nominated short Yes People from the New Yorker studio. There are projects in development across all platforms including GQ Studio’s ’The Great Chinese Art Heist’ to be directed by Jon Chu for Warner Brothers. Last year, audiences watched over 24B minutes on YouTube channels, up +90% since 2018. Across CN’s 32 global markets, average monthly views and total minutes watched were up +41% YoY.

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