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Advertising executive

Lois Balk Korey, American advertising executive. Member National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Writers Guild American, Dramatists Guild.

Background

Korey, Lois Balk was born on May 19, 1933 in New York City. Daughter of Samuel and Lillian (Rosenblatt) Balk.

Career

Junior partner Jack Tinker & Partners Advertising Company, New York City, 1964-1966. Junior partner, copywriter McCann Erickson Advertising Company, 1967-1969. Creative director Revlon, 1972.

Executive vice president, creative director Needham, Harper & Steers Advertising, Inc., 1973-1982. President Korey, Kay & Partners, Advertising, 1982-1990.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Writer: television shows including Sunday Night Comedy Hour, Ernie Kovacs Show, Andy Griffith Show, Steve Allen Tonight Show, George Gobel Show, Wide Wide World. (Recipient 18 Clios, American television Commercial Festivals: 16 Andys, Advertising Club New York, Cannes Film Festival television Commercial award 1973, 10 Hollywood Film Festival awards. ).

      Contributor articles to magazines and professional journals.

Membership

Member National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Writers Guild American, Dramatists Guild.

Connections

Married Stanton Korey, January 12, 1958 (divorced). Children– Susan, Christopher.

father:
Samuel Balk

mother:
Lillian (Rosenblatt) Balk

spouse:
Stanton Korey

child:
Susan Korey

child:
Christopher Korey