Lydia Kim is Vice President of Business Development and Strategy for Turner Classic Movies (TCM) and FilmStruck, Turner’s first domestic direct-to-consumer streaming service. In this role, she develops long-term and short-term growth strategies for TCM and FilmStruck, oversees research, the business development pipeline and culture of innovation. Additionally, Lydia crafts assessments and budget presentations for annual goals, business updates, research summaries and the overall strategic vision of the network.
Prior to Lydia’s current role, she served as Director of Business Development and Strategy for TCM and FilmStruck and previously served as Senior Manager of Strategy Development for Turner Entertainment Networks where she directed the research and analysis process to produce growth strategies and investment recommendations for tbs, TNT, truTV and TCM.
Before joining Turner in 2012, Lydia held a variety of accounting and finance roles with Time Warner. Prior to Time Warner, Lydia worked for KPMG in the Los Angeles and New York offices.
Lydia holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Economics from the University of California, Los Angeles. She lives in Atlanta, GA with her husband and two young children. She enjoys cooking, traveling and being outdoors.