Paley Center Adds Greg Berlanti, FX's John Landgraf, Apple's Zack Van Amburg to L.A. Board of Governors

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From left: Greg Berlanti, John Landgraf, Zack van Amburg

Verizon's Brian Angiolet, journalist Campbell Brown, AMC Networks' Ed Carroll, YouTube's Robert Kyncl, Awesomeness' Jordan Levin, OWN's Erik Logan, Legendary Entertainment's Mary Parent and Deutsch's Mike Sheldon have also come on board.

Prolific TV producer Greg Berlanti, FX CEO John Landgraf and Apple chief content officer Zack Van Amburg are among the list of additions to the Paley Center for Media's Los Angeles Board of Governors.

On Wednesday, The Paley Center for Media announced the addition of 11 executives in total. That list also includes Brian Angiolet, senior vp, global chief media and content officer, Verizon; Campbell Brown, head of news partnerships, Facebook; Ed Carroll, chief operating officer, AMC Networks; Robert Kyncl, chief business officer, YouTube; Jordan Levin, CEO, Awesomeness; Erik Logan, president, OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network; Mary Parent, vice chair worldwide production, Legendary Entertainment; and Mike Sheldon, chairman and CEO, North America, Deutsch.

“I’m honored to welcome these talented and creative leaders to our esteemed Board of Governors,” Paley Center president and CEO Maureen J. Reidy said in a statement. “Each represent the best of entertainment, media, and technology, and will contribute to the thoughtful and compelling conversations that have made the Paley Center not only the leading voice on our ever-changing industry, but also the destination for television fans and visitors to experience free multimedia interactive exhibits, fun family entertainment, educational programs and can't-miss events that provide a peek behind the creative process of TV's most popular and critically acclaimed shows."

The goal of the Los Angeles-based Board of Governors is to lead the conversation around today's rapidly evolving media landscape and also provide 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 board is comprised of leading executives in media, entertainment and technology.

A nonprofit organization, The Paley Center for Media hosts the annual PaleyFest in New York and Los Angeles with a focus on the impact television, radio and emerging platforms have on the professional community and the public.