CNBC’s Chow moving to NBC Universal
NBCUniversal News Group chief commercial officer Satpal Brainch sent out the following on Wednesday:
I am pleased to announce that Tiffany Sam Chow has been named Senior Vice President, Strategy & Business Development, NBCUniversal News Group. In this role, Tiffany will lead our Strategy & Business Development team in supporting the full multi-platform portfolio with a focus on the News Group’s non-linear strategy as we continue to lean into areas that strengthen our brands and broaden digital revenue streams.
Tiffany has been with NBCUniversal for seven years, previously serving as Vice President of Strategy & Business Development for CNBC. While at CNBC, she helped launch Select Money, our financial commerce site, oversaw key partnerships across all digital and audio platforms, and supported CNBC’s partnership with Acorns. Previously, Tiffany held several positions at NBCUniversal International based in London, first as Director of Commercial Finance and Strategy for NBCU International Studios and then transitioned to Vice President of EMEA Business Development.
Prior to joining NBCU, Tiffany worked in Mergers & Acquisitions Time Warner (now Warner Bros Discovery) based in New York. Tiffany began her career at Morgan Stanley as a Media and Communications investment banking professional.
Tiffany brings extensive experience and a proven track record of success to this position. In this ever-changing media landscape, expanding our presence with new audiences and growing our non-linear businesses will be key to positioning News Group for the future.
Please join me in congratulating Tiffany on her new role,