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Kevin Ivey Named VP of Research for Syfy and Chiller

Kevin Ivey has been named the new Vice President, Program Research, Syfy and Chiller, reporting to Ted A’Zary, Senior Vice President, Research.

Press release from Syfy:

NEW YORK – Kevin Ivey has been named the new Vice President, Program Research, Syfy and Chiller, it was announced by Ted A’Zary, Senior Vice President, Research, to whom he will report.

Based in the New York office, Ivey will oversee all aspects of Syfy and Chiller programming ratings through various metrics including television ratings and VOD, while interacting with key departments including scheduling, development, marketing, press and finance. 

Said A’Zary: “We’re thrilled to bring aboard an executive of Kevin Ivey’s experience.  I look forward to the insights Kevin will bring into the ways networks measure viewing across a growing range of platforms in the rapidly changing media landscape.”

Before joining Syfy and Chiller, Ivey was Vice President, Multiplatform Research, at OWN Network, where he led all multiplatform analysis and reporting for the channel’s programming. He also spearheaded research, analysis, estimates and reporting for oprah.com.

From 2003-2010, he held various research positions at the ABC Television Network, rising to Director, Multiplatform Research.  Ivey graduated from Howard University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications Management.

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