Jeff Brown has served as head of Warner Home Video's Non-Theatrical Franchise business unit since 2005. Brown has led Warner Home Video to a number one share in non-theatrical video segment which includes Warner Bros Television, Warner Bros. Animation, DC Comics, HBO and Turner/Cartoon Network produced properties. His team has added to the WHV portfolio with numerous home video distribution deals including BBC, National Geographic, NFL, NBA, Dr. Seuss Enterprises, and most recently the "Peanuts" library and original made-for-videos based on the work of Charles M. Schulz.
Brown joined WHV in 1996 as Director of Marketing – U.S. Rental and was promoted to Vice President, International Marketing in 1999 where he was responsible for coordinating marketing and promotional strategies for DVD market expansion. In 2004, Brown relocated to the U.S. from Europe to become Senior Vice President, Worldwide Marketing from his role as Senior Vice President and Co-Managing Director for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Previously, he held positions with Nestle Food Group, General Mills and The Gap Stores.Brown graduated from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania with Bachelor of Economics and received an MBA from Stanford Business School.