Len Fogge President

As President, Marketing, for AMC Networks, Len Fogge leads global marketing and brand strategy including performance marketing, creative, and social for the company’s domestic and international portfolio of entertainment brands including its streaming services AMC+, Acorn TV, ALLBLK, Shudder, Sundance Now and HIDIVE as well as AMC, BBC AMERICA, IFC, SundanceTV and WE tv.

Fogge was formerly President, Marketing and Digital for NBC Entertainment, where he led all strategy, branding, creative, paid media, digital and social and partnership marketing initiatives for NBC’s Primetime, Daytime and Late Night dayparts, including overseeing notable series launches such as The Voice, The Blacklist, The Dick Wolf Chicago franchise, America’s Got Talent and This is Us.

Previously Fogge was EVP, Creative Marketing, Research and Digital at Showtime Networks, where he oversaw all creative as well as its in-house agency, supervised consumer and trade advertising, online, direct marketing, media and consumer promotions. At Showtime he led groundbreaking integrated marketing campaigns for hits including Dexter, Weeds, Queer as Folk, The Tudors and Shameless. During his tenure, Showtime’s subscription base expanded to record levels and the company re-branded as one of the leading forces in television.

Fogge honed his skills in entertainment marketing while at Grey Entertainment, where he was ultimately appointed its president. He was instrumental in building Grey into the largest entertainment ad agency in the U.S. with his work including advertising for films from Warner Bros. and Columbia Pictures, and Broadway shows. He was also responsible for ABC Network, People and InStyle magazines and Radio City Music Hall, among others.

For the past decade, Fogge has been an annual guest lecturer at USC and UCLA business schools. He served on the board of CTAM which he chaired, and also on the CTAM/Harvard Education Foundation board. He received the Vanguard award for Marketing and numerous Andy, Promax and Mark awards. He is a former Board member of The New Dramatists and the marketing committee of the Manhattan Theater Club.