A changing of the programming guard is coming to the A&E and History networks.
Elaine Frontain Bryant, who most recently served as senior vice president of development and programming for History, has been tapped as the new head of programming for A+E Networks' struggling flagship network, A&E.
As part of the transition, Paul Cabana, who currently heads programming for H2 (History's sister network), has been tapped to also head programming for History.
The moves come amid restructuring at the programming operation, which is jointly owned by the Walt Disney Co. and Hearst Corp.
Last month, Lifetime network head Robert Sharenow was named general manager and...