It took literally hundreds of individually typed letters (no computers back then) for me to get into the talent representation business in 1981. I was offered an internship that summer with Athletes & Artists, a predecessor company to Headline Media Management. I became a partner in the firm in 1985 before becoming Headline's Chief Executive Officer, assisting my own personal clients and overseeing the company as a whole. In February of 2017, Headline Media was acquired by ICM Partners, where I am a partner overseeing the agency's Broadcasting Department.
In today's world, I am a dinosaur, having worked for just one company in the field I love for the past 35 plus years. It's the great colleagues with whom I work each day that make me look forward to continuing the tradition of helping some extraordinary media talents for many years to come.
I am proud to work with journalists at the network and local levels in both news and sports. I am fortunate to have developed a loyal clientele and strive every day to give them the personal attention which they deserve and to which they have become accustomed over the years. I take my work very seriously, but those who know me well enjoy (put up with) my forays into comedy and music; my relationships and conversations with clients transcend purely business because it's the only way to establish and maintain the closeness and rapport truly needed to represent people well.
I have a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and a law degree from Fordham. I live in Westchester with my wife Fern and have two grown sons.
Today co-host Savannah Guthrie has signed a new multi-year deal with NBC to extend her stay at the morning show. She and her husband, Mike Feldman, welcomed a baby boy, Charles Max Feldman, on December 8, 2016.
Congratulations to NFL Network analyst Terrell Davis for being selected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2017.
Wolf Blitzer has signed a new multi-year deal to continue his long run with CNN, where he'll continue to anchor The Situation Room and Wolf. He also received the National Press Club's Fourth Estate Award in recognition of his 44-year career in journalism.
Mike Golic has become a spokesman for diabetes medicine, Invokana.
Former United States Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken joins as a client and becomes a contributor with CNN.
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