Veteran publicity and marketing executive who began her career in various publicity jobs with CBS in the late 1960s and early 70s before joining Norman Lear's Embassy Communications where for twelve years she was responsible for publicity, promotions and advertising. When Lear sold his company to Coca-Cola in 1985, Brogliatti moved to Lorimar Telepictures, where she served as senior vice president in charge of public relations and marketing until the company was sold to Warner Bros. in 1989 and she formed her own public relations and marketing firm, the Brogliatti Co. She rejoined Lorimar in the same capacity in 1990 and two years later was promoted to the post of senior vice president of television publicity, promotion and public relations for all of parent company Warner Bros. Inc.'s television productions and distribution, including Lorimar, Warner Bros. Television, Warner Bros. Animation, Telepictures Productions and Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution.
Publicity (Feature Film)
Was responsible for publicity, promotion and advertising for Norman Lear's Embassy Communications (Tandem Productions and T.A.T. Communications) (dates approximate)
Joined Lorimar Telepictures Corp. As senior vice president in charge of public relations and marketing
Rejoined Lorimar Telepictures Corp. As senior vice president, publicity and promotion
Promoted to newly-created position of senior vice president, television publicity, promotion and public relations for Warner Bros. Inc. in April