Meghan is currently an interactive producer at T3, the largest woman-owned independent advertising agency in the country, headquartered in Austin, Texas. Before leaving New York, she was a social producer at VICE's new TV channel, VICELAND, launching the network's entire social media presence and strategy. She also worked in the consumer marketing department of SundanceTV and as a media buyer for national broadcast at Mindshare, with clients including Castrol, Jaguar/Landrover, IBM, and BP. She has experience in editing and publishing through her role as technology editor for The Next Great Generation and while interning at Television Without Pity (both RIP).
At VICELAND, she handled social media for several show premieres and second seasons, including GAYCATION with Ellen Page and Ian Daniel, WOMAN with Gloria Steinem, WEEDIQUETTE, BALLS DEEP, HAMILTON'S PHARMACOPEIA, STATES OF UNDRESS, VICE DOES AMERICA, KING OF THE ROAD, PARTY LEGENDS, FLOPHOUSE, ABANDONED, CYBERWAR, and VICE GUIDE TO FILM. In addition to managing the social media editorial calendar, she also collaborated on day-to-day cross-promotion for VICELAND between all VICE verticals as well as for sponsorships and partnerships, including VICELAND at Governors Ball Music Festival and Samsung's Beyond the Frame VR Storytelling. She started their weekly Facebook Live series for VICE DOES AMERICA and coordinated Party Legends Facebook Live at San Diego Comic-Con.
Within the consumer marketing department of SundanceTV, she facilitated the rebrand from Sundance Channel in 2014 and worked on marketing campaigns across TV, interactive TV, out-of-home, digital, and social media. She also handled For Your Consideration Emmys and Golden Globes campaigns across print and digital. She developed marketing and partnership ideas for series including Rectify, The Returned, The Honorable Woman, Hap and Leonard, Deutschland 83, One Child, The Red Road, The Approval Matrix, The Writers' Room, Close Up With The Hollywood Reporter, and Dream School. During an interim period between social media managers, she oversaw all social media channels for the network, including promotion around Sundance Film Festival and the film stunt Oy! to the World: A Mel Brooks Christmas Marathon.