Supervising Producer, CNN Digital Productions
Allison Brown is a supervising producer and the development lead for CNN Digital Productions.
Allison Brown is a supervising producer and the development lead for CNN Digital Productions, heading content development and production for CNN's video outlets and cultivating innovative news stories for the next generation of news consumers.
At CNN, Brown was the supervising producer of CNN's youth-focused documentary channel Beme News, developed CNN's streaming Facebook Watch news program "Go There" and created "The Point with Chris Cillizza" for YouTube. Brown produces global and domestic stories that take on the issues impacting our rapidly changing world including immigration, climate change, and addiction. Brown also develops and produces premium video and series for CNN Digital including the multi-platform Pride and Progress celebrating the LGBTQ rights movement.
Brown joined CNN in 2018 after 10 years at Vogue where she held several positions including executive director of video for the brand. At Vogue, Brown produced award-winning content for both print and digital, developed and launched Vogue's video program, and created series and commercial work for global fashion and beauty brands.
She has received numerous industry awards, including those from ASME, the Society of Publication Designers, Clio Image Awards Gold, and EPPY.
Brown attended The University of Mary Washington and Corcoran College of Art and Design and holds a bachelor of fine arts degree.