February 08, 2016
/ by Cision Staff
Randall Barone is no longer serving as vice president of programming and development for ABC Daytime. He has created and partnered up at 2Fox Productions – a production company that focuses on unscripted series and documentaries. Barone was named vice president of programming and development for ABC Daytime in October 2011. Before that, he worked on the creation of The Chew. Barone began his career as a producer in Philadelphia. He worked at WXYZ-TV in Detroit as an Emmy Award-winning producer of various shows, and was executive producer in charge of programming at KGO-TV in San Francisco. Barone was the senior supervising producer of Good Morning America from 1990 to 1998, in charge of special projects, and traveled the show throughout Europe, Australia and Alaska. He worked as the senior supervising producer of The Oprah Winfrey Show from 1998 to 1999, and returned to ABC to work on the development of several projects for daytime television. In July 2000, he was named creative executive in charge of The View. For more from ABC, follow on Twitter and “Like” on Facebook.
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