Sally Ng

Sally Ng

Senior Vice President, Legal, Business Affairs & Government and Regulatory Affairs, NBCUniversal Media, LLC

Sally Ng is responsible for overseeing business and legal affairs matters for NBCUniversal International Networks, Latin America, and providing legal advice on a range of subjects from channel regulatory compliance, programming licensing and acquisitions, channel distribution, advertising, and marketing, among other areas.

Ms Ng is also responsible for establishing a corporate reporting structure and managing internal relationships between all NBCUniversal entities across the Latin American region. Her responsibilities additionally include leading the identification of business opportunities in jurisdictions with regulatory challenges that may impact the company.

Considered a natural leader with more than 15 years of experience in business and legal affairs, Ms Ng has extensive knowledge of international media and distribution services. Prior to joining NBCUniversal International Networks, Ms Ng held internal positions in other multi-national media companies such as Viacom and Fox, where she served as director and counsel of business and legal affairs, respectively, and was responsible for intellectual property, corporate affairs, and content licensing agreements.

Sally Ng is a licensed attorney in the State of Florida, USA, as well as an English Solicitor. She holds a degree from Oxford Institute of Legal Practice, and an Executive Education Certificate from Columbia University’s Business School. Sally is fluent in English, Spanish and conversational Portuguese.

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