Microsoft has hired Nancy Tellem, the former head of CBS's Television Entertainment Group, to come up with original entertainment for the Xbox.
Tellem, who joined CBS in 1997, was a senior advisor to company CEO Leslie Moonves. She was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame in 2006 for her contributions to the electronic arts.
According to Microsoft, Tellem will be charged to helping "to develop unique, compelling storytelling experiences for the Xbox brand." As Microsoft's Entertainment & Digital Media president, Tellem will report to Phil Spencer, who runs Microsoft Studios. Her most immediate … Read more