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Fred Graver — Senior Vice President of Digital Content & Social-Discovery Digital at Discovery Communications

Fred Graver — Senior Vice President of Digital Content & Social-Discovery Digital at Discovery Communications

Executive Bio

Mr. Fred Graver has been Senior Vice President of Digital Content & Social-Discovery Digital at Discovery Communications, Inc. since July 10, 2017. In his new role, Mr. Graver oversee the digital network teams across Discovery's US portfolio to extend the brand's reach across all digital media platforms. He has been Senior Vice President of VH1.com and Interim General Manager of SonicNet.com since 1999. He has wealth of experience and a passion for the Discovery brands. Mr. Graver has an additional 15 years of experience in entertainment as a writer and producer for 'Late Night with David Letterman,' as a writer for both 'In Living Color' and 'Cheers' and began his career as an editor at National Lampoon. He built Twitter's US television business as Head of TV and then served as Global Head of TV Creative, responsible for building out its global television team, as well as coordinating with Brand Strategy and Revenue teams. He created innovative ways for broadcasters, showrunners and talent to use Twitter to engage audiences, build loyalty and increase ratings. He formed and managed innovative programs across Canada, Australia, Brazil, France, Italy, the Netherlands and Germany. He created a Global Engagement Strategy for The Voice, which was used in 12 countries and created Global Engagement Strategy for Big Brother, used in 6 countries. Prior to his roles at Twitter, Mr. Graver served as Executive Vice President of Programming at Travel Channel and as Senior Vice President at MTV Networks. Mr. Graver served as an executive producer for Disney and ABC Cable for its convergence programming since 1995. He created a variety of television and Web interactive experiences including ZoogDisney and the Disney Imagineer's 'Telefusion' project. He is an interactive board member for the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and a is a board member for the Writer's Guild Foundation. He is member of the Producer's Guild of America, the Writer's Guild of America and The Writer's Guild Initiative. He has won multiple Emmy Awards, a NAACP Award and a Webby Award.

Executive Team Culture Ratings from Discovery Communications Employees

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15%
Discovery Communications' Executive Team scores in the Bottom 15%
of similar sized companies on Comparably

Who ranks the Executive Team the highest?

Experience - Over 10 Years 80/100
Department - All Industries 72/100
Gender - Male 71/100

Who ranks the Executive Team the lowest?

Experience - 6 to 10 Years 43/100
Gender - Female 46/100
Ethnicity - Other 58/100

Discovery Communications' Executive Team at a Glance

Based on 22 ratings, Discovery Communications' employees are less satisfied with their Executive Team and give them a “D” or 54/100. On average, Men provided higher ratings for their Executive Team compared to Women.

Discovery Communications' Executive Team ranks in the Bottom 15% of other companies in Washington, DC and Bottom 15% of other companies on Comparably that also have 5,001-10,000 Employees.

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