Patricia Lee

Patricia Lee

Program Completed at the CFC

TELUS Interactive Art and Entertainment Program

Completion Year

2007

Current Information

Biography

Patricia Lee is a broadcast digital media professional with over 10 years of experience in The Canadian TV/Film/Digital Industry.


Most recently Patricia oversaw the slate of TV Convergent Digital Media properties as the Production Executive of Digital Content and Engagement for Corus Entertainment's 13 TV networks which include: YTV, Treehouse, Nickelodeon Canada, W Network, Cosmo TV, Oprah Winfrey Network Canada, ABC Spark, and Movie Central.

Previously at Corus she's led the cross-platform development activities for international kids properties and has secured 6.5 Million of production dollars to create award winning digital experiences for Franklin and Friends; Babar and The Adventures of Badou; SideKick; The Detentionnaires; Scaredy Squirrel; and Max and Ruby.

With stints at CBC Television creating award winning factual programmes to independent film production, programming at various Film Festivals to co-authoring and editing an anthology collection of short stories, art and academic writing - Patricia's creative expertise runs across the media gamut.


She holds an HBA in English Literature and Women Studies from The University of Toronto and a Post-Graduate Diploma from The Canadian Film Centre's Interactive Art and Entertainment Programme.

Patricia Lee is a broadcast digital media professional with over 10 years of experience in The Canadian TV/Film/Digital Industry.


Most recently Patricia oversaw the slate of TV Convergent Digital Media properties as the Production Executive of Digital Content and Engagement for Corus Entertainment's 13 TV networks which include: YTV, Treehouse, Nickelodeon Canada, W Network, Cosmo TV, Oprah Winfrey Network Canada, ABC Spark, and Movie Central.

Previously at Corus she's led the cross-platform development activities for international kids properties and has secured 6.5 Million of production dollars to create award winning digital experiences for Franklin and Friends; Babar and The Adventures of Badou; SideKick; The Detentionnaires; Scaredy Squirrel; and Max and Ruby.

With stints at CBC Television creating award winning factual programmes to independent film production, programming at various Film Festivals to co-authoring and editing an anthology collection of short stories, art and academic writing - Patricia's creative expertise runs across the media gamut.


She holds an HBA in English Literature and Women Studies from The University of Toronto and a Post-Graduate Diploma from The Canadian Film Centre's Interactive Art and Entertainment Programme.