Kilcullen joins MT&R board

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John Kilcullen, publisher of The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard, has joined the Los Angeles board of governors of the Museum of Television & Radio.

Kilcullen, who joined The Reporter in October and has been at the helm of Billboard since 2003, is one of four new members appointed to the board that was created in 2002 to help the New York-based MT&R raise its visibility on the West Coast and play a significant role in the entertainment community.

Also appointed to two-year terms on the board are Bob Broder, vice chairman of ICM; Marc Graboff, president, NBC Universal Television, West Coast; and Monica Karo, managing director, West Coast of advertising giant OMD. The 48-member board is co-chaired by CBS Corp. chief Leslie Moonves, News Corp. president Peter Chernin and Gordon Crawford, senior vp at Capital Research and Management.

"We are pleased to have Monica, Bob, John and Marc join the L.A. board of governors," MT&R president and CEO Pat Mitchell said. "Coming from such diverse areas of the industry, these executives will bring much-needed voices to making MT&R an even more well-rounded and integral part of the Los Angeles entertainment community."
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