Keith Quinn

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Keith Quinn "co-founded a charity in 2006 with partners Matt Damon, Larry Tanz, and Marc Joubert which later became known as H2O Africa Foundation. In July 2009, H2O Africa Foundation merged with WaterPartners International.

"Today, Keith Quinn is Senior Vice President of Creative Development and Production at Paramount Digital Entertainment, a division of Paramount Studios, where he has responsibility for creating and producing original digital content.

"Prior to Paramount Digital Entertainment, Keith worked for Agility Studios, where he served as Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer. Agility Studios partners with creative people to build multiplatform businesses around intellectual property.

"In late summer 2000, Keith joined LivePlanet, an entertainment company that includes Matt Damon and Ben Affleck as founders, during its startup phase. At LivePlanet, Keith served as the Senior Vice President of Development & Production. Keith and the The LivePlanet team launched a number of properties including Project Greenlight (HBO), the feature film Running the Sahara, the feature film First Descent (Universal Pictures), the multiplatform Race to E3 (MTV), the series The Entertainer (E!), and the online series Fan Club (MSN).

"Keith’s background also includes founding his own company, Black Lamp Inc, and acting as a producer, development executive, and writer for the organization from 2003 – 2005. The firm’s clients included Live Planet, Showtime, Actual Reality Pictures, and Mark Burnett Productions.

"Earlier in his career, Keith worked as a corporate strategy executive for global marketing communications conglomerate WPP Group and with PBS." [1]

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  1. Keith Quinn,, accessed November 18, 2010.