Tammy Filler is EVP & Editor-In-Chief, “E! News” overseeing creative development and production for current franchises, including “E! News,” “Daily Pop,” and “Nightly Pop.” Filler who joined E! from TODAY in April 2019 will also lead the linear news expansion, which will include all-new formats under the “E! News” umbrella across all platforms with multiple new hours of original weekday content, debuting in 2020.
Formerly, Filler was Executive Producer of NBC News’ "Today" with Kathie Lee and Hoda, a position she has held since July 2017. Filler was responsible for the fourth hour of "Today" program content and oversaw the broadcast’s management team and program staff.
As a 15-year veteran of "Today," Filler previously served as the show’s senior producer, playing an integral role in day-to-day programming. Filler was also the co-executive producer of the nine and ten o’clock hours for four years. In her tenure, Filler has worked on the production of many landmark show events and series, including the 2016 Torino Olympics, "Today" Throws a Wedding and "Today" Gets Extreme series. Filler was instrumental in branding the fourth hour of "Today," creating signature segments of the show including Guys Tell All, Who Knew and bringing wine sipping to morning TV. She joined NBC News in January 2003.
Previously, Filler worked at Banyan Productions. From 1999-2002, Filler served as a segment producer, special projects producer and show producer at Oxygen Media, where she was a part of the network launch in 2002. Filler began her career as a booking assistant and segment producer at ABC News’ “Good Morning America.” During her time there, she covered a range of breaking news events including Columbine, Versace’s assassination and the death of Michael Kennedy.
Filler graduated from Ithaca College with a Bachelor of Science in Television/ Radio. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two daughters.