Kim Rozenfeld

Kim Rozenfeld

Executive Vice President

U.S. Current Programming

Kim Rozenfeld is executive vice president, U.S. scripted programming for Sony Pictures Television (SPT). In this position, Rozenfeld oversees all scripted series programming for the studio.

Currently, Rozenfeld is involved with many series including drama series The Blacklist, Masters of Sex, Bloodline, The Get Down, Outlander and Better Call Saul, as well as comedy series The Goldbergs and Dr. Ken.

Prior to joining SPT, Rozenfeld served as president for his own production company, Half Full Entertainment, in which he made a multi-year development deal with ABC Studios. Beforehand, Rozenfeld served as senior vice president, current series programs for the ABC Television Network where he managed one-hour and half-hour scripted series programming. Previously, Rozenfeld served as vice president, series development and programming for VH1, where he supervised aspects of creative, business affairs, talent, legal and production management for the west coast. In addition, he was executive producer of VH1's Launch Pad, where he designed and managed VH1's internal think tank, helping to re-brand the cable network.

Earlier in his career, Rozenfeld established his production company and served as an independent producer under a deal with 20th Century Fox. Previously, h served as vice president, comedy programs at ABC.

Rozenfeld is on the Board of Directors for the Environmental Working Group as well as the Hollywood Radio and Television Society (HRTS).

He received a BA in Communications Studies with a Business Emphasis from UCLA.