Speaker Profile MIPCOM

Carrie Stein

Job TitleEVP Global Scripted Series

Company NameKew Media Group


Carrie Stein has worked in the entertainment industry for over 25 years in all phases of the business, including feature film, television development, and production. Carrie's specialty over the last 15 years has been developing and packaging scripted series for the global market, including co-productions, pre- sales and original production in local markets. Carrie is one of only a handful of executives who is able to navigate the US, UK, Canadian and European markets both creatively and commercially. In November, Carrie joined Kew Media as the Executive Vice President of Global Scripted Series where she's responsible for building a high end scripted slate as well as working with producers under the Kew banner, identifying distribution targets and establishing strategic partnerships. 


For the previous five years, Carrie was the Executive Vice President of Global Productions for Entertainment One Television where she was responsible for expanding the company both corporately and commercially in the global space, forging strategic alliances with global producers as well as packaging and overseeing production for international co-productions. Carrie was the executive behind many of eOne's successful co-productions including RANSOM, CARDINAL, GAP YEAR, WELCOME TO SWEDEN, and THE BOOK OF NEGROES. Prior to eOne, Carrie ran a Global Management and Packaging Division for 3 Arts Management where she continued to work closely with producers to develop scripted content for global channels. In 2006 Carrie was hired as the CEO of Alchemy Television, a UK based production and distribution company that exploded onto the television landscape producing a premium slate of global television properties including COCO CHANEL, BEN HUR, THE COMPANY, DIAMONDS, BURN UP and distributing the CBS/CTV hit series FLASHPOINT. Prior to Alchemy, Carrie ran the longform packaging department at ICM. Carrie resides in Los Angeles but spends a large part of each year working in Europe.

Conference Sessions


    15 Oct 2018, 09:40 - 10:20, Palais des Festivals, Esterel, Palais 5

    The global arms race between broadcasters and streaming services presents opportunities and challenges for content suppliers. To stay competitive, discover how ...

    • Language: English
      1. Event Date
        Mon, Oct 15
      2. Event Type
        Panel Discussion

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