Staff Writer
Jan 24, 2018

Fox Content Labs hires senior talent

Andrew Edelson appointed Head of FOX Content Labs.

Fox Content Labs hires senior talent
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Fox Content Labs, Fox Networks Groups’ branded entertainment unit delivering advertising solutions across the region, is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Edelson as APAC head of Fox Content Labs. 

In this role, Andrew will take Fox’s unparalleled success in producing top-rated entertainment, and use it to help brands inspire and delight the market. Working with the world-class Fox IP network—Fox Entertainment, Fox Sports and National Geographic, the Labs will experiment with new ways to tell brand stories that attract consumer engagement—leveraging FOX original production capabilities, celebrity talent assets and consumer insights to help brands deliver pure entertainment to their target audience. 

As a seasoned producer of branded entertainment solutions, Andrew joins Fox Content Labs with extensive experience after successfully building GroupM/MEC China’s entertainment unit. During his last 10 years in China, he has worked on feature films and TV/Web shows such as Iron Man 3, Now You See Me 2, What Women Want, 72 Stories and Road to the Runway (Victoria Secret) for brands including Amazon, Baidu, Darlie, Mercedes-Benz, NBA, P&G, Pernod Ricard, Pfizer, Sands, Uber and Volkswagen. Prior to MEC, Andrew helped develop DMG Entertainment’s branded content unit through producing original branded films and monetising US studio co-productions as they stormed the China market.

Edelson at Fox's HQ

Edelson said of the move, “It’s an honour to join such a household name in entertainment. I look forward to focusing on a few key initiatives—transforming the Fox brand into something more culturally relevant in each local market, leveraging our creative production resources to deliver bespoke branded work for all screens, and capturing data across all our channels to help clients know consumers better. If we can do all this, it won’t feel like advertising, it will feel like the new Fox.”

Fox's Mike Rich, executive vice president, sales and content partnerships, Fox Networks Group Asia said, “With Andrew’s wealth of experience and vision for Content Labs, I am confident we will reenergise advertising across the region, and further drive the digital transformation of branded entertainment. The launch of Fox Content Labs and this latest senior hire pave the way to our vision of giving brands a new and fully tailored solution to deliver content their consumers want.” 

Fox Content Labs designs these tailored solutions from a suite of services including: entertainment strategy, full-service creative, video and digital production, Fox IP licensing, Fox celebrity access and Fox broadcasting—for consumption, interaction and sharing across all media touchpoints.

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Source:
Campaign Asia

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