SCOTT GROGIN PROMOTED TO SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS FOR FOX BROADCASTING COMPANY
Veteran FOX spokesperson Scott Grogin has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications for the Fox Broadcasting Company, it was announced today by Joe Earley, Executive Vice President, Publicity, Corporate Communications and Creative Services for FOX, to whom he reports.
Mr. Grogin will continue to be responsible for developing and executing business and tactical communications strategies on behalf of the network as well as serving as primary liaison to the daily trade, financial and business media. In addition, he will work closely with Fox Networks Group President and CEO Tony Vinciquerra and Fox Network President Ed Wilson on inter-divisional and affiliate relations initiatives, as well as serving as communications liaison between the broadcast network and various Fox Entertainment divisions, including Fox Networks Group, Fox Mobile Entertainment and Fox Interactive Marketing.
"Scott has played a key role in the positioning of FOX for more than five years and has, in the process, gained the respect of executives within the network and the journalists who cover it," said Mr. Earley. "This well-deserved promotion is an acknowledgment of his valuable contributions, as well as the expanded corporate communications role he has taken within the Fox Networks Group."
Prior to joining Fox, Mr. Grogin served as Director of Publicity and Public Relations for Universal Studios Recreation Group, where he was responsible for supervising and executing publicity and public relations programs for the company's domestic and international theme park properties.
Previously, Mr. Grogin spent several years as a Senior Publicist at NBC Entertainment, where he was responsible for supervising publicity efforts on behalf of the television network's series and longform programming.
Mr. Grogin also worked for the entertainment publicity firm Rachel McCallister & Associates as a Senior Publicist in the television department.