New leadership also announced for Internal Audit, International legal
KNOXVILLE, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 19, 2016--
Scripps Networks Interactive (NYSE:
SNI) has named David Arroyo to the newly established position
of Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer. In this role, Arroyo will guide
the company’s adherence to all applicable laws and regulations
worldwide, including oversight of the company’s Code of Ethics, policies
and reporting tools. He also will continue to supervise the internal
legal teams that provide support for litigation, intellectual property,
data security and privacy, labor and employment, ratings research and
bankruptcy. Arroyo, who joined Scripps Networks Interactive in 2004, previously
served as Senior Vice President, Legal Affairs and Internal Audit.
“While maintaining high ethical standards is a shared responsibility for
us all, it’s essential we take a coordinated approach across our global
business. This is especially critical as our company expands its global
footprint. I’m certain that David will bring the same high level of
integrity to this new responsibility that he’s demonstrated since
joining the company,” said Cynthia Gibson, Executive Vice
President and Chief Legal Officer.
Concurrently, the company elevated Andy Broyles to Senior Vice
President, Internal Audit. He was previously Vice President. Timon
Marshall was also named Senior Vice President, Head of Legal,
International. He formerly served as Head of Legal for the company’s
operations in Latin America.
Before joining Scripps Networks Interactive, Arroyo practiced as a trial
lawyer at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, a global law firm, and early in
his career, he clerked for U.S. District Court Judge James G. Carr. He
graduated from the University of Michigan Law School and Duke
University. While at the law school, he served as an associate and
contributing editor of the “Michigan Law Review.”
President Obama appointed Arroyo to the board of the Corporation for
Public Broadcasting and the Senate confirmed him in September 2014. He
is a past chairman of the board of LatinoJustice, formerly known as the
Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund, a 44-year old civil
rights and education organization. He also has served on the boards of
several other charitable, professional, and public interest
Arroyo has been recognized by “Cablefax” as one of the “Most Influential
Minorities in Cable” (2014-2015), by the Imagen Foundation as among the
“Most Powerful and Influential Hispanics in Entertainment” (2012 –
2015), and by the National Association of Multi-Ethnicity in
Communications (NAMIC) with its “Luminary Award” (2010).
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About Scripps Networks Interactive
Networks Interactive (NYSE: SNI) is one of the leading developers of
engaging lifestyle content in the home, food and travel categories for
television, the Internet and emerging platforms. The company's lifestyle
media portfolio comprises popular television and Internet brands HGTV,
DIY Network, Food Network, Cooking Channel, Travel Channel and Great
American Country, which collectively engage more than 190 million U.S.
consumers each month. International operations include TVN,
Poland’s premier multi-platform media company; UKTV,
an independent commercial joint venture with BBC Worldwide; Asian
Food Channel, the first pan-regional TV food network in Asia; and
lifestyle channel Fine
Living Network. The company’s global
networks and websites reach millions of consumers across North and South
America, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Scripps Networks
Interactive is headquartered in Knoxville, Tenn. For more information,
please visit http://www.scrippsnetworksinteractive.com.
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