Position: Senior Vice President, International Content and Brand Strategy
 
Kevin Chorlins serves as senior vice president of international content and brand strategy for Scripps Networks Interactive. In this role, he spearheads international content and brand strategy for Scripps Networks’ lifestyle media brands and programming franchises, new network launches and programsales. He also oversees the international division’s internal and external communications efforts. The company’s international division distributes the company's international brands – Food Network, Asian FoodChannel, Travel Channel, HGTV and Fine Living – across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), Asia-Pacific and Latin America, and has joint-venture relationships with both UKTV in the U.K. and Corus Entertainment in Canada.

Chorlins previously served as vice president of marketing and communications for Scripps Networks’international division, working with regional marketing and programming teams worldwide to devise promotional and creative initiatives for Food Network and Travel Channel. He also oversaw day-to-day marketing and communications support for international channel launches and distribution initiatives in markets across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Asia.

Chorlins joined Scripps Networks in 2007 as director of consumer marketing for DIY Network and was promoted to vice president of marketing in 2010. At DIY Network, Chorlins directed branding initiatives,extensions and marketing campaigns such as the Dirtiest Network on Television and Crash Across America, as well as key partnerships with national media entities, including MLB Network and Hearst Magazines.  

Chorlins has more than 15 years of experience in media and entertainment and launched his career in theatrical film marketing in Los Angeles.  He then worked in creative agencies before making his way to Scripps Networks.  

He is a member of the national chapter of Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing(CTAM), PromaxBDA and the National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications (NAMIC). He also serves on Scripps Networks Interactive’s Diversity Council which supports the company’scommitment to diversity and inclusion.Chorlins is a University of Missouri graduate with a bachelor’s degree in English; he received his master’sdegree in business administration from the University of Tennessee. He currently resides in New York
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