Get Married's Founder and CEO to Host New TV Season on New Network
Get Married Media's production team is creating an exciting line-up for the new season airing on WE tv starting January 2, 2010 every Saturday at 9:30am ET/PT. Premiering at the pinnacle of holiday engagements, season three will reflect the fresh voice and focus articulated through the newly-launched Get Married magazine and the re-launched website. It's fresh, sassy and-most importantly-it is all about the bride.
As part of the strategic approach to offer brides a truly integrated and unified wedding lifestyle media platform - on tv, online and in print - Stacie Francombe, CEO and founder, will take on an additional mantle as show host.
"This year is full of bold moves for Get Married, and the fresh approach we are taking with the show is consistent with our bride-centric focus," said Francombe. "Brides are at the epicenter of everything we do, and I am incredibly honored to be immersed in their wedding planning as we share captivating moments and inspirations with a national audience."
Francombe's background includes a wealth of broadcast experience, from producing and writing for TBS and CNN to launching a successful full-service production company, all of which will further strengthen the production process and final product of Get Married's TV show.
Get Married's new season will show brides, and by extension the audience, how to discover their bridal personalities and how to express their uniqueness during their celebration, through trends, services and products. The series will include real brides partaking in fun wedding planning challenges and activities with expert wedding professionals.
With the shift to WE tv, a women-centric network dedicated to the wedding genre, Get Married's TV show is among an audience of brides seeking bright, innovative ideas and inspirations. Available in nearly 74 million homes, WE tv is the premier source for women looking to satisfy their curiosity with fascinating, original stories and entertaining content. The series will also simulcast to an additional three million on Wedding Central, a 24/7 multiplatform, interactive programming service devoted to weddings, dating and romance.