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January 05, 2016

Eva Basler, Daytime Programming

Eva Basler has worked at Bell-Phillip Television Productions, Inc., for the past decade, most recently as Vice President, Communications overseeing all facets of publicity, marketing, promotions, social media, talent relations and special events including Daytime Emmy campaigns for the most watched daytime drama in the world, The Bold and the Beautiful.

Prior to joining B&B, Basler launched the inaugural publicity campaign for the outrageous drama, Passions, for NBC Studios. Before her tenure in Daytime, Basler worked as Publicist for the annual Oscar telecast for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences and was Awards Show Coordinator for the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Because of her extensive knowledge of awards shows, she was invited by the Awards Committee at SAG and Producers of the telecast to create and write the official rules for the very first SAG Awards, which still apply today.

Basler is dedicated to the advancement and continued success of all aspects of television. As an active member of the Television Academy since 2000, she has passionately served on several committees including the Daytime Awards Committee, the Daytime Programming Peer Group Executive Committee and the Primetime Emmy Awards Committee.

Additionally, she is an active member of Friends of Foster Children and regularly is of service at the Union Rescue Mission on Los Angeles' Skid Row.

Eva Basler has worked at Bell-Phillip Television Productions, Inc., for the past decade, most recently as Vice President, Communications overseeing all facets of publicity, marketing, promotions, social media, talent relations and special events including Daytime Emmy campaigns for the most watched daytime drama in the world, The Bold and the Beautiful.

Prior to joining B&B, Basler launched the inaugural publicity campaign for the outrageous drama, Passions, for NBC Studios. Before her tenure in Daytime, Basler worked as Publicist for the annual Oscar telecast for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences and was Awards Show Coordinator for the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Because of her extensive knowledge of awards shows, she was invited by the Awards Committee at SAG and Producers of the telecast to create and write the official rules for the very first SAG Awards, which still apply today.

Basler is dedicated to the advancement and continued success of all aspects of television. As an active member of the Television Academy since 2000, she has passionately served on several committees including the Daytime Awards Committee, the Daytime Programming Peer Group Executive Committee and the Primetime Emmy Awards Committee.

Additionally, she is an active member of Friends of Foster Children and regularly is of service at the Union Rescue Mission on Los Angeles' Skid Row.

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