PBS Promotes Jeremy Teres to Vice President, Business Development
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ARLINGTON, VA; June 11, 2020— PBS today announced the promotion of Jeremy Teres to Vice President, Business Development. He will report to Ira Rubenstein, PBS Chief Digital and Marketing Officer.
In this position, Jeremy will play a vital role in expanding PBS’s digital footprint within the ever-changing media distribution marketplace. He will drive strategic planning and execution for the digital distribution of PBS and PBS KIDS content, and lead revenue generating initiatives—such as third-party monetization and sponsorship opportunities. Jeremy will also be responsible for the implementation of these new initiatives to ensure PBS meets its goals of reaching viewers wherever they are tuning in.
Over the course of the past several years, Jeremy has spearheaded a variety of business development initiatives including the distribution of Live and On-Demand programming from PBS and PBS member stations. This has enabled the network to broaden its reach and viewership across cable, satellite, smart TVs, over the top (OTT) apps, social media and livestreaming platforms.
“Jeremy’s leadership style has enabled him to effectively represent the interests of many different stakeholders, while navigating the complexities of the dynamic media environment. We are thrilled to expand his duties and responsibilities within the PBS Digital Marketing team,” Rubenstein said. “Jeremy exemplifies PBS’s values— to educate, inspire and entertain— and he will continue to play a pivotal role for our member stations and viewers as we reach new audiences across a variety of platforms.”
Prior to joining PBS, Jeremy held senior business development roles at USA TODAY and AOL with responsibility for strategic partnerships that enhanced audience/revenue growth and product development. Jeremy began his career as an entrepreneur and remains involved in the start-up community as an advisor. He has a BA from Tufts University and MBA from the New York University Stern School of Business.
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Eleanor Hawkins, PBS