Paul Buccieri is president and chairman of A+E Networks Group, which includes the following: A&E, Lifetime, The HISTORY Channel, LMN, FYI and Vice TV. He also oversees digital content and distribution, A+E Networks International, A+E Studios; A+E Originals; A&E Indie Films; 45th & Dean; and Brand Licensing and Experiences. Buccieri became A+E Networks Group’s fourth President in the company’s 35-year history in July 2018. Buccieri joined A+E Networks in 2015 as President of A&E and The HISTORY® Channel, overseeing all content creation, programming, brand development and marketing for A&E and The HISTORY® Channel and their affiliated brands. Some of A+E Networks’ hit shows Buccieri has overseen include The HISTORY® Channel’s Vikings, Curse of Oak Island, Forged in Fire, and American Pickers. Prior to A+E Networks, Paul Buccieri served as Chairman, ITV Studios U.S. Group & ITV Studios Global Entertainment for the UK media company ITV, where he was responsible for building one of the largest independent content producers in the United States. He also led ITV’s international television distribution and consumer products business. Before joining ITV, Buccieri was President of Programming, Production and Development at Fox Twentieth Television. Before that, he was an Executive Producer at Endemol, USA. Paul Buccieri has worked as an executive producer on the following shows and movies: Family Tools, Prime Suspect, Identity, Buried Treasure, Eleventh Hour, Watch Over Me, and Fashion House. Additionally, he served as executive producer of TV shows such as Cake Boss, American Pickers, Pawn Stars, The Curse of Oak Island, The Real Housewives of New Jersey, 60 Days In, Storage Wars, Forged in Fire, and more. In 2021, Paul Buccieri was recognized along with A+E Networks with the MIP SDG Award for working toward greater diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace and in the entertainment industry. Under Paul's direction, A+E Networks leads philanthropic efforts to support people and organizations from military veterans to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. The Red Door Community honored Paul with the Red Door Award for Cancer Awareness and Advocacy in November 2021. Paul Buccieri competed in the IRONMAN Triathlon in Hawaii to raise money for cancer research. He also works with local groups to organize food drives in Connecticut.