Ten’s acting chief programming officer Beverley McGarvey has taken on the role on a permanent basis.
McGarvey has replaced David Mott, who left the company in August.
Ten CEO James Warburton, said: “We are delighted to appoint Beverley to her new role. Beverley is an outstanding television executive. Her creativity, strategic thinking and programming and scheduling skills will be invaluable in the renewal of our creative content.”
McGarvey takes on the role after a six year stint at Ten. She joined the company as network head of programming in 2006 from TV3 in New Zealand, where she was director of programming.
Before TV3, McGarvey spent four years as head of program scheduling and promotions for TV3 Ireland.