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In Conversation with Phil Craig, Executive Vice President & Chief Creative Officer, Discovery Networks International
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT & CHIEF CREATIVE OFFICER
Discovery Networks International
HEAD OF PRODUCING
Australian Film Television Radio School (AFTRS)
Phil Craig is Executive Vice President and Chief Creative Officer for Discovery Networks International, a division of Discovery Communications, the #1 pay-TV programmer in the world, and began his post in February 2015.
Based in London, Craig develops and oversees factual and lifestyle content primarily for flagship global networks Discovery Channel and TLC, and works collaboratively with U.S. counterparts on content sharing and development. In addition, Craig guides the development, production, and sharing of regionally and locally produced content and formats across Discovery’s five international operating regions.
Discovery Networks International (DNI) operates one of the most extensive international television businesses in the media industry, delivering quality content designed to inform, entertain and inspire the world. Reaching 2.8 billion global cumulative subscribers in more than 220 countries and territories, Discovery delivers global appeal and local relevance, connecting with diverse audiences by providing context for the ever-changing world.
The Discovery Networks International Production and Development group was established in 2011 and charged with creating content specifically for Discovery’s international networks. It has grown to work with more than 100 international independent producers – developing and producing more than 160 hours of original content each year
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