Paley Center Adds THR's Janice Min, HBO's Casey Bloys, Endemol's Cris Abrego to L.A. Board of Governors
A total of nine executives in media and entertainment have joined the board.
The Paley Center for Media on Wednesday announced the addition of nine executives to its Los Angeles Board of Governors, including The Hollywood Reporter's Janice Min.
Joining Min, chief creative officer and co-president of The Hollywood Reporter-Billboard Media Group, are Cris Abrego, co-chairman of Endemol Shine Americas and co-CEO of Endemol Shine North America; José Antonio Bastón Patiño, president of television and content at Grupo Televisa; Casey Bloys, president of programming at HBO; Paige Hayes, entertainment, media and communications advisory leader at PwC; Stephen Hill, president of programming at BET Networks; Michael E. Kassan, chairman and CEO of MediaLink; Isaac Lee, chief news, entertainment and digital officer of Univision Communications Inc.; and Jennifer Mullin, co-CEO of FremantleMedia North America.
“I'm thrilled to welcome this incredibly talented and creative group of leaders to our esteemed L.A. Paley Board,” said Maureen J. Reidy, president and CEO of The Paley Center for Media. “With the support of such innovative and visionary executives, we are most certain that The Paley Center will continue to lead and advance the ongoing conversation around the importance and intersection of media and technology.”
The Paley Center’s Los Angeles-based Board of Governors is comprised of leading executives in media and entertainment and offers advice and counsel in support of the organization’s mission to lead the conversation around today’s rapidly evolving media landscape. The board also provides key input on L.A.-based strategy and operations, including public programs and exhibits, educational classes, workshops and industry events hosted by the Media Council.
The Paley Center holds the annual television festival PaleyFest and focuses on the impact television, radio and emerging platforms have on the professional community and the public.