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  1. Robert Warren Pittman (born December 28, 1953) is an American businessman. Pittman was the CEO of MTV Networks and the cofounder and programmer who led the team that created MTV, [1] and is the cofounder of iHeartMedia and Casa Dragones Tequila. [2] Pittman joined iHeartMedia's predecessor company Clear Channel in November 2010 as an investor and ...

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  2. David Anderson (media executive) David Newton Anderson [1] (born 1970 or 1971) is an Australian media executive. [2] In May 2019, he commenced a five-year term as the managing director of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. [2] [3] Contents 1 Early and personal life 2 Career with the ABC 2.1 Early career 2.2 Later career 2.3 Managing director

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    • Director-General of The BBC
    • President and CEO of The New York Times Company
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    Thompson was born in London, England, and brought up in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, by his parents, Sydney (née Corduff) and Duncan John Thompson. Sydney was Irish, the daughter of a County Donegal policeman. Mark Thompson has a sister, Katherine. Duncan Thompson was an accountant from Prestonwho died when Mark was twelve after suffering fro...

    Thompson first joined the BBC as a production trainee in 1979. His career at the corporation included a number of roles. In 1981, he assisted in the launch of the long-running consumer programme Watchdog. Two years later he was part of the team that created British television's first national breakfast television programme, Breakfast Time. In 1985,...

    Appointment

    Thompson was appointed Director-General of the BBC on 21 May 2004. He succeeded Greg Dyke, who resigned on 29 January 2004 in the aftermath of the Hutton Inquiry. Although he had originally stated he was not interested in the role of Director-General and would turn down any approach from the BBC, he changed his mind, saying the job was a "one-of-a-kind opportunity". The decision to appoint Thompson Director-General was made unanimously by the BBC Board of Governors, headed by the then new Cha...

    Editorial guideline breaches

    In 2007 it emerged that the BBC had been involved in a number of editorial guideline breaches. Thompson, as BBC editor-in-chief, investigated the breaches, and presented his interim report to the BBC Trust on 18 July 2007.The Trust felt that the BBC's values of accuracy and honesty had been compromised, and Thompson outlined to the Trust the actions he would take to restore confidence. Later that day he told BBC staff, via an internal televised message, that deception of the public was never...

    Programme production criticism

    In late 2007, Thompson's directorship at the BBC was criticised. Sir Richard Eyre, former artistic director of the National Theatre, accused the BBC under Thompson's leadership of failing to produce programmes "that inspired viewers to visit galleries, museums or theatres". He was also criticised by Tony Palmer, a multi-award-winning filmmaker. Of the BBC, Palmer stated that it "has a worldwide reputation which it has abrogated and that's shameful. In the end, the buck stops with Mark Thompso...

    On 14 August 2012, Thompson was named CEO of The New York Times Company, effective 12 November 2012. He was brought on to accelerate the company's digital transition and extend its global reach, and in this role he directs strategy and oversees business operations. Thompson invested heavily in the Times' digital products,and has attributed increase...

    In 2016, Thompson published Enough Said: What's Gone Wrong with the Language of Politics? in which he condemns political discourse that is "just a fight to the political death, a fight in which every linguistic weapon is fair game" and is critical of the rejection of science and expertise, writing that this has disastrous policymaking consequences....

    Thompson is a Roman Catholic, and was educated at the English Jesuit public school, Stonyhurst College, from 1970 to 1975. In 2010, The Tablet named him as one of Britain's most influential Roman Catholics. Thompson lives in the United States with his wife, Jane Blumberg (daughter of Baruch Samuel Blumberg) whom he married in 1987. They have two so...

  3. Pages in category "American media executives" The following 158 pages are in this category, out of 158 total. This list may not reflect recent changes . A Barry Ackerley Stephen Adams (businessman) Baba Ali Al Anstey B Jeff Ballabon Kay B. Barrett Greg M. Behrman Ian Bell (CEO) Tom Bevan (publisher) Frank Biondi Rich Boehne Sophia Braeunlich

  4. Ben Cooper (media executive) Ben Cooper is a British journalist, radio producer and media executive. He was the final Controller of Radio 1, BBC Radio 1Xtra and BBC Asian Network from 2011 to 2020, replacing Andy Parfitt, after which the position was abolished and replaced by Heads of Stations. [1] He was replaced at Radio 1 by Aled Haydn Jones.

  5. John Hartigan (media executive) John Hartigan AO (born 1947) is a former Australian journalist and media executive, who worked for News Ltd for 41 years, ending his career there as CEO and chair in 2011. [1] Contents 1 Career 2 Other activities 3 Awards and recognition 4 Personal life 5 Footnotes 6 References Career [ edit]

  6. 27 de dic. de 2018 · The main attribute of a media executive is leadership ability. Media executives are leaders in one or many fields within the media industries. Like many senior leaders within any company, they exert control and influence over the operation and direction of the company. The media executive must command authority and respect and be able to delegate management and operational tasks to team members. Flexibility