“She’s The Boss” Episode 15 – Yvette Miley, Vice President And Executive Editor, MSNBC

January 12, 2012 ‐ By Madame Noire

Meet Yvette Miley, Vice President and Executive Editor of MSNBC. A 21-year veteran of NBC Universal, Miley oversees the editorial content of MSNBC’s dayside programming. Accomplished and hard-working, she remains committed to providing viewers with quality programs that aim to motivate, inspire and inform. Find out why she’s the boss.

This episode was produced in partnership with Transcendent Enterprise, an NYC corporate video production company.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Josh-Williams/100001394430485 Josh Williams

    This explains a lot…  

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  • RV

    What great advice!! This was wonderful!

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  • Nekia

    What a great interview! I’m sitting here soaking all of this up. As a broadcast professional I do deal with the desire to be on air but she is so right in what she says about getting your foot in the door.  i know what i’m good at but i’ve also learned that i’m better in other areas. Great work Kela!

  • MixedBeauty1212

    A very inspiring and motivational interview.  I too work in the industry, and am trying to discern the level I would like to be at, and importantly, how to get there.  Thank you for recognizing her talents and sharing with the world!

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  • MixedUpInVegas

    What a remarkable woman!  She is a walking example of what women can do given the slightest chance.  Ms. Miley, my hat is off to you!  Keep showing us the way. . . .

  • http://twitter.com/MarijaynSays Yvonne Jones

    Preach! Ms. Miley is so on point re: doing great work not being enough. Women in general and black women in particular do need to learn how to consistently shine a spotlight on our hard work and talents. And make sure we’re when in the room when opportunities are forming like a thought bubble in someone’s head…. It’s also cool to see that she didn’t let being a shy person keep her from the executive suite. Loving the ‘She’s the Boss’ series!

  • Kat

    Great interview. Her story motivates me. I anticipate her ownership of several media stations

  • FrankA

    I won my first Emmy because of Yvette Miley, great boss indeed!!

    • Katrina Vandiver

      Great interview. She  has given pertinant facts and information . Congrats to her. I look forward to her owning a number of stations. She motivates me.

  • http://twitter.com/JazGill J A Z M Y N

    i thought “how could they top Egypt” and they did! this is a GREAT video. thanks for the insight and advice

  • Lulutubillu

    What an ambitious woman this is.  Nice relaxed interview.

  • Thekarenhunter

    As one of the people who is currently a contributor on MSNBC because of Yvette Miley, I must say that she is a tireless worker with a vision. She gets it. 

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