February 1, 2012
Washington, DC – Bruce Rosenblum, president of Warner Bros. Television Group and newly sworn in chairman/CEO of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, and Ben Silverman, founder and chairman of multimedia studio Electus, will speak at the upcoming 2012 NAB Show, the annual conference and expo for professionals who create, manage and distribute entertainment across all platforms. The 2012 NAB Show takes place April 14-19, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Bruce Rosenblum will be a featured 2012 NAB Show Super Session speaker, addressing attendees from noon to 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 17. Ben Silverman will deliver the keynote address to the Disruptive Media Conference at NAB Show on Tuesday, April 17 from 10:30- 11:30 a.m. A 25-year veteran of Warner Bros., Bruce Rosenblum was named president of the Warner Bros. Television Group (WBTVG) in 2005 where he oversees the industry’s leading television operation, including worldwide production (network, cable, syndication and animation), traditional and digital distribution and broadcasting. WBTVG is responsible for the worldwide distribution to all current and emerging platforms and is strategically developing new business models for the evolving television landscape. An architect of the CBS joint venture forming The CW, Rosenblum also oversees Warner Bros.’ interest in the network. Rosenblum was recently elected to and sworn in for a twoyear term as chairman/CEO of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Ben Silverman is the founder and chairman of multimedia studio Electus, which unites producers, creators, advertisers and distributors under one roof to produce all forms of content for distribution across a variety of platforms around the world. He is executive producer on NBC comedy ‘The Offi ce’ and ‘Ugly Betty’, and is co-creator and executive producer of ‘The Biggest Loser’ for NBC and executive producer for ‘The Tudors’ on Showtime. Prior to launching the new media venture with IAC, Silverman served as co-chairman, NBC Entertainment and Universal Media Studios. Responsible for directing the efforts of NBC Universal’s television operations, He oversaw ‘30 Rock’, ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’ and ‘Saturday Night Live’, among others.