Christine Bragan is a partner at BuzzLab, a full-service public relations consulting agency that provides strategic communications and marketing solutions to cultivate and promote a brand’s story through impactful campaigns that elevate brand awareness, reputation, and impact.
A seasoned marketing communications executive with over 20 years in the media and entertainment industry, Bragan has extensive experience leading strategic brand communications, CEO and executive thought leadership, public relations, issues management, reputation management, industry relations, government affairs, internal communications and employee engagement, and events.
Prior to founding BuzzLab, Bragan was Senior Vice President of Corporate Marketing and
Communications for AMC Networks, a global entertainment company including brands AMC, AMC+, BBC AMERICA, IFC, Sundance TV, WE tv and IFC Films; and iconic TV and film content, from Mad Men, The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, and Better Call Saul, to Academy Award-winning Boyhood. At AMC Networks, Bragan played an integral role in establishing and promoting the company’s corporate brand and culture. She led a refresh of the corporate brand identity; created award-winning Black History Month and Hispanic Heritage Month campaigns partnering with the Congressional Black Caucus and Congressional Hispanic Caucus; and oversaw support of benefit events including "12-12-12: The Concert for Sandy Relief" and "From the Big Apple to the Big Easy," a benefit concert for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Bragan began her career in media at Cablevision, where she developed award-winning communications and public affairs initiatives.
Widely recognized for her efforts to expand diversity, equity, and inclusion in media and entertainment, Bragan was named a Next Generation Leader by the National Association of Multiethnicity in Cable (NAMIC); a NAMIC Luminary Award honoree; one of the top 25 local leaders in the fight against HIV/AIDS; Cablefax‘s Diversity List: More Execs with Influence (multiple years); a Cablefax Women on the Move; and a Latina Leader by the Long Island Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
She also served on the board and executive committee of New York Women in Film and Television, a nonprofit organization committed to advocating for women and diversity in media and entertainment; and the board of the T. Howard Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to increasing representation and career opportunities for diverse students in media.
Bragan is a graduate of New York Institute of Technology, the CTAM Executive Management Program at Harvard Business School, ACC’s Public Affairs Institute, and a fellow of WICT’s Betsy Magnus Leadership Institute.