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Robyn Greene Arrington

VP, Original Programming & Production

TV One

ROBYN GREENE ARRINGTON…A Creative Spirit Living On Purpose 

Robyn Greene Arrington has consistently brought quality images to the screen.  She is a seasoned creative executive with varied experience in the entertainment industry.  In her present role as Vice President of Original Programming & Production at TV One, Greene Arrington is a key member of the core team that shapes the network’s creative vision. For more than a decade, she has been a driving force behind some of the network’s most acclaimed original content, including Love Under New Management: The Miki Howard Story, Fatal Attraction, and The Rickey Smiley Show. 

Greene Arrington’s expertise has helped the network earn recognition and garner a number of awards.

Cablefax Program Award (Change Agents: History in the Making -Best Short Series or Show 2016; & NAACP Image Awards -Best Show or Series other 2015);

NAACP Image Award (Unsung -Outstanding News/Information: Series or Special 2016/15/13/12/11; & TV One Night Only: Live from the Essence Music Festival -Outstanding Variety/Talk Shows 2011)

GLAAD Media Award (R&B Divas: Atlanta -Outstanding Reality Program 2015);

Telly Award (Save My Son -Social Responsibility 2013; & Murder in Black & White -Documentary 2009)

NAMIC Vision Award (Save My Son -Reality: Social Series 2013)

Greene Arrington’s most recent projects are the TV One ratings and trending success, Bobbi Kristina, an innovative biopic; and the highly anticipated Two Sides, an investigative crime & justice limited series that Viola Davis executive produced as well as narrated.

Prior to her tenure at TV One, Greene Arrington contributed to HBO, Lifetime, A&E and BET, among others, as a marketing/creative services writer/producer.  Her film work includes Spike Lee’s Malcolm X, and the Kenneth Babyface Edmonds produced indie Hav Plenty, distributed by Miramax.

Greene Arrington holds a Master of Science in television-radio-film production from Syracuse University, and a Bachelor of Art in broadcast journalism from NYU.

Because Greene-Arrington’s mother taught her “you can’t take anything to the grave,” she frequently ‘pays it forward’ by giving speeches, participating on panels and in career-building workshops.

She is in constant search of the ultimate mind-body-soul spa experience.  Her other extracurricular activities also include aqua fitness, writing, reading, watching films and documentaries plus travel.

Speaking on: 30 Minutes With: Robyn Greene Arrington, TV One

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