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Company Overview of The Tennis Channel, Inc.

Executive Profile

Ken Solomon

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Tennis Channel, Inc.
AgeTotal Calculated CompensationThis person is connected to 3 Board Members in 3 different organizations across 4 different industries.

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Background

Mr. Ken Solomon has been Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of The Tennis Channel, Inc. since March 2005. Mr. Solomon serves as Partner of Arcadia Investment Partners. He served as Founding President of Fine Living Network, LLC (also known as Fine Living TV Network) (formerly Fine Living Cable Network). He led the network from concept through launch in just over three years and ultimately to 25 million subscribers and agreements with distributors representing ...

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2850 OceanPark Boulevard
Santa Monica, California 90405

United States

Phone: 310-314-9400
Fax: 310-314-9433

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2008-Present
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