As Interim Head/Vice President of Original Programming at TV One, Robyn Greene Arrington is a key member of the core team that shapes the network’s creative vision. For over a decade, she has been a creative driving force behind the network’s most acclaimed original content, including the top-rated TV movies, When Love Kills, Love Under New Management: The Miki Howard Story, Bobbi Kristina, and factual series, Fatal Attraction, Uncensored, and Two Sides, which Viola Davis executive produced and narrated.
Robyn’s expertise has been instrumental in the network garnering a number of awards:
Telly Award (Two Sides – Best TV Documentary 2018; Save My Son – Social Responsibility & TV Documentary Series; and Murder in Black & White – Best TV Documentary 2009)
Cablefax Program Award (Change Agents:History in the Making - Best Short Series or Show 2016; and NAACP Image Awards - Best Show or Series other 2015);
GLAAD Media Award (R&B Divas: Atlanta - Outstanding Reality Program 2015);
Prior TV One, Robyn 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 executive produced indie Hav Plenty, distributed by Miramax.