|You may have noticed Jill during the Cherry Dish discussions despite that fact that she doesn't really say anything! That's because she's the moderator - asking questions and making sure the conversation flows. However, as the Founder and Executive Producer of Cherry TV, Jill prefers to stay behind the camera, and often gets cut out of the final clip.|
Jill Abrahams has worked on the internet and in television for more than 15 years. Prior to creating CherryTV.com, Jill produced content and developed strategies for web-based, interactive programming at media outlets such as Rainbow Media and the Russian Media Group.
Jill began her career in online video programming during the era of Web 1.0 as head of network operations at ground-breaking streaming media network Pseudo Programs. Her work involved managing creative departments and working with technical teams to integrate video content into a variety of interfaces and interactive platforms.
In 1998, Jill expanded her production work at Pseudo as founder and executive producer of Cherrybomb.com, CherryTV.com’s predecessor. It was then that Jill first developed a firm commitment to helping women develop sexual confidence by producing programming that honestly reflects women’s sexual needs and interests.
Prior to her work at Pseudo, Jill honed her video production skills during a four-year stint as a producer for the then-fledgling Food Network. Originally hired as a Production Assistant and the Network’s tenth employee, Jill learned first-hand what it takes to build a successful media outlet from the ground up.
Jill began her initial preparations for a career in media during college, earning a BA from the School of Journalism at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
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