Primary Role
President of Interactive Media at Univision
Bowdoin College
April 23, 1960

Person Details


In January 2009 Kevin Conroy left AOL to become President Interactive Media for Univision.

Kevin served as the Executive Vice President of Products for AOL where he was responsible for developing AOL's desktop, mobile and IPTV products around the globe.

Previously, Conroy served as Executive Vice President of AOL for Broadband, where he launched the first online service specifically designed for consumers with a high-speed connection. He also launched AOL Music On Demand on Time Warner Digital Cable, and led the development of a unique marketing alliance with CBS Radio.

Prior to this, he was Senior Vice President and General Manager of AOL Entertainment, responsible for developing and directing AOL's entertainment strategy and overseeing program development, programming partnerships, and original production for Games, Movies, Music, Radio, Sports and Television. Conroy joined AOL in 2001 to build AOL Music, which became the leading online music destination, and launched AOL Radio and AOL Sessions, among many other popular AOL products and original programming.

Prior to AOL, Conroy was Chief Marketing Officer and President of New Technology at BMG Entertainment, where he was responsible for overseeing all marketing and new media development for BMG's businesses, and managed the worldwide marketing campaigns for some of the world's biggest artists.

Prior to BMG Entertainment, Conroy was Vice President, Marketing at CBS/FOX VIDEO, where he had overall management responsibility for Non-Theatrical, Sports & Fitness video business.

Conroy began his career in the advertising business at Leonard Monahan, a leading creative agency in New England.

In addition to his operating responsibilities, Conroy serves on the board of Network for Good.

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