Susie Tomenchok

Susie Tomenchok is Senior Director of Content Services for Denver-based Comcast Media Center (CMC). In this position, she is responsible for all new and existing business relationships with all National Cable Networks, Advertisers and Broadcasters. She manages a staff of sales professionals and is integral in developing the strategic direction for new product offerings. Tomenchok joined CMC in 2000 and was responsible for managing long-term contracts and serving as the company’s chief liaison for all business-related issues and projects involving its existing network clients. She played a major role in marshalling the CMC’s resources to support the launch of several of the newer Comcast networks, including the Versus/Golf HD channel, PBS Kids Sprout and the mtn, a joint venture with CSTV. Prior to joining the CMC, Tomenchok spent a few years working on the programming side of the cable business as Senior Manager of Technical Operations for Discovery Communications in Denver. She also worked with iN DEMAND as the technical lead in charge of the operational launch for the NBA League Pass service. She entered the cable industry in 1993 with the National Digital Television Center. She was responsible for the launch and management of many of the industry’s first digital television networks, including Discovery’s Animal Planet, Starz Entertainment’s original multiplex of movie channels, BET’s digital networks and the Classic Sports Network. Prior to joining the NDTC in 1993, Tomenchok worked in television production and postproduction for a company in Boulder CO that produced cable programming, special events and sports. She is an active member of the Rocky Mountain Chapter for Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT), where she served as a mentor and is currently a participant of the Rocky Mountain Leadership Institute. Tomenchok is active in her community and supports the schools where her three children attend. Tomenchok has a degree in Communications with an emphasis in Broadcasting from Colorado State University.