Lois Nemcovsky is Vice President, International Operations for A+E Networks®, where she defines, develops, and implements international operations strategies and planning for the company's businesses outside the United States.
Ms. Nemcovsky oversees technical operations workflow design and implementation across the entire international supply chain, including content receipt, localization, broadcast and global fulfillment of 22,000+ hours of content annually to worldwide partners in over 200 countries.
She participates in acquisition and business development strategy and planning, supporting the launch and rebrand of A+E Networks' channels in the EMEA, Latin Amercia, and Asia-Pacific regions.
Ms. Nemcovsky directs relationships with multiple internal and external vendors. She assists A+E Networks channel partners worldwide in technical planning, implementation and staffing, and oversees all related financial planning.
Ms. Nemcovsky was part of the team that launched Crime + Investigation and relaunched HISTORY in Italy through A+E Networks' wholly owned and operated company, A+E Networks Italy. She drove operations planning and execution for the launches, acting as a leader across multiple business units.
She also drove the division's transition to file-based mastering and fulfillment, creating effiencies and significant annual cost savings.
Previously, Ms. Nemcovsky served as Sr. Director, International Operations. In this role, she oversaw production formatting and global fulfillment, and also prepared business models and brokered technical solutions for the delivery and playout of channel feeds in South East Asia, Korea, Italy, Russia, Germany and the UK, including HISTORY HD in the UK, the first HD feed for A+E Networks.
Prior to joining A+E Networks, Ms. Nemcovsky was Vice President of Physical Distribution at Fremantle Media NYC. She has also held managerial positons with LBS Communications.
Nemcovsky is a graduate of The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature, and is an active member of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences as a Network Executive.