Anamaria Buranasakorn is Vice President, Human Resources and Community Relations for Fox Television Stations, Inc., which includes the Los Angeles duopoly of KTTV FOX 11 and KCOP UPN 13 and Twentieth Television, which produces and/or distributes programming and distributes feature film packages for the domestic syndication and cable marketplace. The Fox Television Station group, one of the nation's largest owned-and-operated network broadcast groups, is comprised of 27 stations in 18 markets. She joined KTTV in January 1990 as Personnel Director. Buranasakorn supervises all human resources activities, including employee relations and personnel recruitment, as well as salary and benefits administration, for the stations in the Western United States. Buranasakorn also oversees the stations’ community relations department, including outreach efforts, public service campaigns, community events participation and public affairs programming.
Prior to joining Fox Television Stations, Inc., Buranasakorn had fifteen years experience in human resources, including various positions within such diverse industries as textiles, banking and retail. As a member of the Management Training Program, she began her career in administration in 1975 at the J.W. Robinson Company. Buranasakorn currently serves on the Board of Directors of The Imagen Foundation and the Corporate Advisory Committee for the County of Los Angeles Human Relations Commission. She is a graduate of the University of Chile, with a master’s degree in social science. A native of Santiago, Chile, Buranasakorn and her family reside in Woodland Hills.