Kevin Cohen served as the SVP and General Manager of Interactive/Enhanced TV for Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. from 2000 to 2005. Cohen oversaw the creation and distribution of content from the news, entertainment, kids, and sports brands of the company (CNN, TNT, TBS, TCM, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, NASCAR, etc.) and licensed content to major distributors (Comcast, Time Warner Cable, etc.) across multiple platforms (TV, mobile, online, VOD, enhanced TV). Cohen also negotiated licensing agreements with major technology enablers across those same platforms.
During his tenure, Cohen's efforts were nominated for two Emmy Awards for CNN Enhanced, and the unique CNN interactive TV application is still distributed to approximately 15 million consumers via Dish TV (Echostar) some 7 years after launch. Cohen also created, launched and managed Turner's video on demand (VOD) business, which now consists of over 90 hours of content each month.
Later Cohen served as SVP Strategic Planning and Corporate Development for Turner, overseeing the company's mobile and digital strategy.
Earlier in his career, Cohen served as Co-Story Editor at United Artists film studio, during the time the company produced the Academy Award winning film Rainman.
Cohen is also the author of two Next Generation Indie Book Award novels (Fortunate One and Parts North) and the developer of a unique and acclaimed utility iOS application (zsnuz).