Dan Korn

VP programming EMEA
A+E Networks
As VP, programming for A+E Networks UK, Korn heads up a team responsible for sourcing over 2000 hours of content a year, for the broadcaster’s UK brands: Sky History, Sky History2, Crime+Investigation and Blaze. Recent original commissions for Sky History include Royal Kill List, Royal Bastards: Rise of the Tudors, Al Murray: Why Does Everyone Hate The British Empire? and Evil Genius with Russell Kane. And for Crime+Investigation, Murders at Little Bridge Farm, Cops Gone Bad with Will Mellor, Body In The Suitcase and The Bubble and Squeak Murder. Prior to joining A+E Networks, Dan spent 10 years as senior VP and head of programming for Discovery Channel UK and EMEA, which he joined, in 2005, from leading independent production company, 3BM Television Ltd. At 3BM, Korn was managing director and executive producer, winning a BAFTA in 2006 for the film, Nuremberg: Goering’s Last Stand, a Broadcast Award for the series Age of Terror for Discovery, as well as producing the Emmy-nominated Holocaust on Trial for Channel 4 Television and RTS Award nominated Boy With a Tumour for a Face for Channel 5.