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Law & Crime hires two new executives

A still frame from a Law & Crime Network broadcast.
A still frame from a Law & Crime Network broadcast. (Image: Law & Crime Network, Graphic by The Desk)

The Law & Crime Network has hired two new executives to help the channel’s digital growth.

Joining the network are Eileen Holliday, who will serve in the new position of vice president of social and digital content, and new executive editor Matt Zarrell.

Holliday joins from the New York Post, where she worked as a deputy managing editor for more than a year. She has spent more than two decades working in different newsrooms, including the Orlando Sentinel newspaper and Newsday. She also worked as the senior director for digital content at SiriusXM Pandora.

Zarrell will work as the editorial lead for all digital content on the Law & Crime Network website, including breaking news and reporting. He recently worked as the manager of digital content for Fox Television Stations’ free national news channel LiveNow from Fox.

Founded by Dan Abrams, the Law & Crime Network is available across a number of free streaming TV platforms and pay TV products. Among the free places to stream Law & Crime Network are the Roku Channel, Comcast’s Xumo Play, STIRR, Samsung TV Plus, LG Channels, Plex and Local Now. The channel is also available on Philo, Sling TV, Fubo TV, Vidgo, Dish Network and on some Verizon and Comcast Xfinity systems.

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Matthew Keys is a nationally-recognized, award-winning journalist who has covered the business of media, technology, radio and television for more than 10 years. He is the publisher of The Desk and contributes to Know Techie, Digital Content Next and StreamTV Insider. He previously worked for Thomson Reuters, the Walt Disney Company, McNaughton Newspapers and Tribune Broadcasting.
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