Ken Murphy is a media executive with over 25 years of leadership experience in Canadian Specialty Television and is the President and Co-Founder of High Fidelity HDTV Inc., a Canadian based specialty broadcaster.Ken founded High Fidelity HDTV Inc. anticipating two emerging trends in Canadian broadcasting – high definition television and the “Boomer” audience. Since 2006, High Fidelity HDTV has owned and operated four exciting and original high definition channels: Oasis HD™, eqhd™, HIFI™ and radX™. Breaking away from the mold of standard television, these 4 channels have earned a large and devoted following from an older affluent audience that continues to grow by offering programming that is smart, refreshing and beautiful, in a clutter-free environment. That is, these channels respect the viewer. Through the development of international and domestic relationships, High Fidelity HDTV not only has become a leader in providing innovative products but has positioned itself for growth in the global marketplace.Ken’s wealth of experience in senior leadership roles virtually covers all areas of television, including business development, channel distribution, ad sales, marketing, engineering, operations and interactive media. The depth and diversity of Ken’s skills is second to none in Canadian television.Prior to his venture with High Fidelity HDTV, Ken had a lengthy television career with both TSN (The Sports Network) and Discovery Channel (Canada), parent company Netstar Communications Inc., holding a number of positions, including Director of Operations for TSN and President of Discovery Channel (Canada). A pioneer with the TSN management team (1984-1994) which developed and launched TSN in 1984, Ken was an integral part of one of Canada’s first specialty services and, it’s most successful. Ken went on to lead the operational and engineering teams which designed and built one of Canada’s first all digital major broadcast facilities which became the future home of both TSN and Discovery Channel (Canada). As Director of Operations for TSN, Ken lead a team of over 150 artists, technicians and support personnel, achieving industry-leading productivity levels.With Netstar Communications Inc., acquisition of Discovery Channel (Canada) in 1994, Ken stepped into the new and challenging role of Vice President, Production & Administration, subsequently becoming President in 2000. Ken was one of the key executives responsible for Discovery Channels (Canada) launch and subsequent enormous success in the Canadian media marketplace.A little known fact about Ken is his passion for music. A true fan of the “golden” years of music, Ken is one of North America’s prominent collectors of vinyl records, having more than 30,000 (all pre-1969) “units” meticulously sorted and filed in his Toronto home (structurally reinforced to support the collection). Ken also has a keen interest in the arts and enjoys fishing and skiing.He lives in Toronto with his most understanding wife Paula and their two sons Alexander and Brian.