Caroline Wong

Senior Director of Communications and Custom Content
Southern California News Group and The Orange County Register

In her current position, Caroline is responsible for managing the Custom Content Division, overseeing product development and production, as well as generating revenue for specialty products and initiatives. Additionally, Caroline handles Communications for SCNG, assuming the role of company spokesperson responsible for both external and internal communications.

Prior to joining The Orange County Register in 2011, Caroline spent 11 years at FOX Television Stations. Reporting to the Vice President of Creative Services at FOX 11, Caroline worked closely with network executives to bring shows like “American Idol,” “24” and “Glee” to market across the LA DMA. During her tenure at the network as Senior Producer in promotions and marketing, “Good Day LA,” FOX 11’s popular a.m. talker, dominated the morning ratings.

In a media career spanning New York, Los Angeles and Orange County, Caroline has over 20 years of experience working in and around newsrooms, primarily in creative services or marketing leadership roles. She has extensive experience as a branding strategist and an executive project manager.

Caroline holds board positions at South County Outreach and OC Forum. She serves as an annual volunteer for the Orange County Journalism Education Association high school journalism awards, and has guest lectured at Concordia University Irvine, Fullerton College, UC Irvine and Loyola Marymount University.

Caroline has a BFA from New York University where she double majored in Film & Television and Marketing and an MBA from California State University, Fullerton with an emphasis in Marketing.