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Kenneth L. Ross is an employee of CBS Home Entertainment, the Executive Vice President and General Manager, who contributed to several Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Enterprise Blu-ray special features. The in-universe character Ken Ross in the episode "The Outrageous Okona" was named after him.

Ross graduated from Clark University. In 1985, he married Amy Loren Alter who at this time was manager of public relations at CBS/Fox Video. [1]

Other contributions to home entertainment media include Secrets from Another Place: Creating Twin Peaks (2007, with interviews by Ray Wise, Mädchen Amick, Miguel Ferrer, and Carel Struycken), A Slice of Lynch (2007, with Mädchen Amick), Ghost Whisperer: Welcome to the UNderworld (2008), Breaking the Mold: The Re-Making of Mighty Mouse (2010), The Kindred Chronicles (2013, with interviews of Brigid Brannagh, James L. Conway, and Jeff Kober), In Conversation: Writing Now and Again (2014, produced, written and directed by Roger Lay, Jr., editing by Robert Meyer Burnett, and featuring René Echevarria), and Gimme a Sign: Engineering Now and Again (2014, featuring interviews of René Echevarria and Gerrit Graham), and Between Two Worlds (2014, with Ray Wise).

Working for CBS for over three decades, Ross worked as executive producer on projects such as the documentaries Put Magic in Your Game (1989), 1994 Winter Olympics Highlights Video (1994), and The Making of 'My Fair Lady' (1995), the animated adventure Space Jam (1996), the television thriller Our Mother's Murder (1997), and the television specials I Love Lucy Superstar Special (2015) and The Andy Griffith Show Christmas Special (2015).

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