Chris Kerwin has been at BBC Worldwide since 2013, with responsibility for all publishing activities across the commercial arm of the BBC.
The main responsibilities of the role are management of UK’s biggest food media brand, BBC Good Food across digital, print, live and innovation; management of Top Gear’s publishing business and responsibility for a number of licensing relationships with Immediate Media, Panini and Titan across a range of other BBC brands.
Prior to this role at the BBC, Chris worked as Digital Controller at Channel 5, where he was responsible for building a catch-up and digital publishing business for the publisher broadcaster. He has also been brand publisher for T3 at Future and had a previous spell at the BBC as Head of New Media for BBC Magazines. Before his digital and publishing career, Chris trained as a strategy consultant and worked on numerous media and banking projects.
Chris will speak at the 41st FIPP World Congress, 9-11 October 2017 in London, the UK. Meet him there.
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