Tom Rowland is Vice President of International at Meredith Corporation, a position he's held since Meredith acquired Time Inc. Prior to that, Tom served for 10 years as Director of Legal & Business Affairs at Time Inc. International and became Vice President of Time Inc. International in 2017.
Tom oversees Meredith's international licensing of its 40+ iconic brands, including PEOPLE, SHAPE, INSTYLE, FOOD & WINE, TRAVEL + LEISURE, BETTER HOMES & GARDENS, and LIFE. Meredith brands reach consumers in more than sixty countries across print, digital, social, television, events and merchandise, in each case customized for local markets.
Tom has 14 years of experience working in media and continues his responsibility for legal matters of Meredith International. Tom started his legal career at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & after receiving his JD, magna cum laude, from Seton Hall University School of Law, and his BA from Wittenberg University. Prior to law school, Tom was on the staff of Governor George V. Voinovich, Ohio.
About Meredith Corporation, USA
Meredith Corporation (NYSE:MDP) (www.meredith.com) has been committed to service journalism for 115 years. Today, Meredith uses multiple distribution platforms — including broadcast television, print, digital, mobile and video — to provide consumers with content they desire and to deliver the messages of its advertising and marketing partners.
Meredith's National Media Group reaches nearly 175 million unduplicated American consumers every month, including 80 percent of U.S. millennial women. Meredith is a leader in creating content across media platforms and life stages in key consumer interest areas, such as celebrity, food, lifestyle, home, parenting, beauty and fashion. Meredith also features robust brand licensing activities, including more than 3,000 SKUs of branded products at 4,000 Walmart stores across the U.S., and The Foundry, the company's state-of-the-art creative lab and content studio. Meredith's Local Media Group includes 17 television stations reaching more than 11 percent of U.S. households.