Carrie Miller, Network Operations

Carrie@Frederator.com Carrie Miller is the Channel Manager for Cartoon Hangover’s YouTube channel. In addition, she oversees promotion of Frederator properties, including Bravest Warriors, Bee & Puppycat, and the Channel Frederator Network. She also manages the New York team and studio, and produces a variety of projects out of the New York office. A Frederator veteran, Carrie has filled just about every role there is at the New York studio.This includes producer on Dan Meth’s Meth Minute 39 and Nite Fite series, coordinating and promoting live events like Drinking & Drawing and the Channel Frederator Awards, assisting development on Frederator’s television, feature and Internet properties, and day to day management of the studio. Carrie enjoys Internet memes and cute, fuzzy creatures. She owns a shiba inu that dislikes her very much.

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