Terry Minogue

Senior Vice President, Brand Creative, Paramount Network/TV Land

Terry leads the strategy and creative execution of Paramount Network and TV Land’s award-winning promotion, advertising, and social media. His responsibilities include conceiving and executing innovative branded promotional campaigns, managing the in-house creative group and external creative agencies, and implementing brand standards across all creative output for the networks.

Most recently, Terry led the rebrand and redesign of Spike to Paramount Network and played an integral role in the channel’s launch and campaigns for WACO, American Woman and Yellowstone.

 

Previously, he served as SVP, Senior Creative Director at Spike, conceiving and implementing campaigns for network’s franchises including “Star Wars on Spike” and Spike Originals “Bellator MMA,” “Bar Rescue,” and “Ink Master.”

Prior to Spike, Minogue was part of the marketing and creative team at SyFy that launched “Steven Spielberg Presents ‘Taken’” and “Battlestar Galactica.” Minogue began his career at Ogilvy & Mather, and has won numerous creative awards over the course of his career, with his work recognized by PromaxBDA, The One Show, Communication Arts, The Art Directors Club, Clio Awards and The Addy Awards. 

In addition to his role at Viacom, Terry recently served as Executive Producer of the award-winning feature documentary Chi-Town which premiere in competition at SXSW in March 2018.

Prior to Spike, Minogue was part of the creative team at SyFy that launched “Steven Spielberg Presents ‘Taken’” and “Battlestar Galactica.”  Previously, he worked at Powderhouse Productions on documentaries for PBS’s Nova and Discovery Channel.  Minogue began his career at Ogilvy & Mather, and has won numerous creative awards over the course of his career, with his work recognized by PromaxBDA, The One Show, Communication Arts, The Art Directors Club, and The Addy Awards.  He serves as a mentor in Viacom’s BEAT program and in New York City Public Schools.

He graduated from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University with honors, earning a B.A. while double majoring in Journalism and Political Science.  He lives in New York City.