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Tom Meredith

Tom Meredith


Consultant, Television Research, Screen Engine LLC Capstone Advisor

Tom Meredith has over 28 years of marketing research experience in entertainment, digital media, packaged goods, services and government.

Tom recently joined Screen Engine LLC, an entertainment focused research insights provider as General Manager, Television Research. At Screen Engine, Tom is responsible for building all broadcast, cable and digital television businesses.

Prior to Screen Engine, Tom was Senior Vice President, Business Development for Nielsen Entertainment - Television Group. In just over two years, Tom added to the NETV client roster, among others, NBC, Ion Media, Oxygen, BBCA, Spike, Food Network, Bravo, Epix, NFL Network, Ovation, UP and Walt Disney Records.

Before Nielsen, Tom was at the vanguard of online-based research devoting five years as Senior Vice President at OTX. During this time, Tom leveraged his GM position for client services to all TV, video game, radio/music, online/portal, print publication and theme park businesses into SVP Client Partnerships and Strategic Planning.

Earlier, Tom was on the client side of research, addressing the changing media environment to digital platforms while holding executive research positions at Disney Channel, Warner Music Group and Intertainer, an early VOD start-up.

Tom began his career in packaged goods, first at Nestle and then Sparkletts Drinking Water. Tom’s first job was actually in the research laboratory of Nestle later moving into the Consumer Research Department working on Contadina, Friskies and Mighty Dog brands.

A Hollywood resident for 26 years, Tom is devoted to local public service. He was General Manager of the region at the US Census Bureau for Census2010. Tom currently holds elected seats on both The City of Los Angeles Hollywood Studio District and Hollywood United Neighborhood Council(s).
 

Courses Taught


  • 93-889 - Capstone Project I

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