Ken Corben

Ken Corben
Producer
Mr. Corben is a multiple EMMY winning Producer that both oversees and is hands on in all aspects of production including creative development, production, global licensing and post-production deliverables generating extensive global revenues.

Ken Corben

Ken Corben’s career in the entertainment industry spans nearly 15 years, during which he has established a reputation as one of the leading non-fiction television producers in the industry. He is adept at combining advanced technology with original story telling to capture global audiences on multiple media platforms, a vertical distribution model he calls, “IMAX to iPhone”.

Mr. Corben is a multiple EMMY winning Producer that both oversees and is hands on in all aspects of production including creative development, production, global licensing and post-production deliverables generating extensive global revenues.

Producing for clients like National Geographic and Discovery Channel, Mr. Corben’s cutting edge programming entertains millions of viewers worldwide. ¬†This includes franchises such as Shark Week and Deadliest Catch. His current focus is on producing non-fiction content that incorporates sponsors into storytelling delivered in tailored context for each social media platform to enroll and engage key demographics including the Millenials.

Before his focus on non-fiction television began, Mr. Corben’s credits and experience include tent pole Hollywood feature films, Large Format 3D films, fiction television episodics, network movies of the week and global social media campaigns for Toyota, Coca Cola and the FORD Motor Company. His featured work on FORD’s social media campaign GO DO yielded incredible ratings and viewership.

Mr. Corben’s passion for story telling and mastering new technologies include several industry firsts that redefined business models for specific genres. His pioneering work in digital acquisition include the first all digital to large format proof of concept featured in Variety and American Cinematographer, the first non-fiction EMMY in cinematography shot in 4K on RED cameras and the first 3D large format film, Wild Antarctica, shot entirely on EPIC digital cameras.