Ken Solomon is president of Tennis Channel, the only 24-hour, television-based multimedia destination dedicated to the professional sport of tennis. Solomon joined Tennis Channel in 2005, Prior to TC, Solomon held top posts at Universal Studios Television, DreamWorks, Disney and News Corp/FOX, and founded Fine Living TV Network for Scripps Networks. He is chairman of art-and-culture television network Ovation, in addition to his Tennis Channel role.
Solomon was a member of President Obama's Committee on the Arts and Humanities. In 2016 he was the annual honoree at the Anti-Defamation League's Entertainment Industry dinner, lauded for his consistent efforts to speak out against prejudice and intolerance. A past recipient of NYJTL's Leadership Award, he has also been named "Humanitarian of the Year" by HELP Group, one of the largest and most influential children's charities in the U.S., for which he sits on the board. Additionally, Solomon is vice chair of the Democratic National Committee. He is on the board and executive committee of the International Tennis Hall of Fame, the advisory boards of the USTA Foundation and L.A. Sports & Entertainment Commission, and the executive board of Americans for the Arts Business Committee in Washington, D.C.