Mr. Lack is best known for creating MTV, the broadcast vehicle now an integral part of global culture. Most recently, Lack was the founding partner and Chief Executive Officer of Firebrand, the first multi-platform network dedicated to commercial culture. Mr. Lack was previously President and CEO of i3 Mobile (NASDAQ: IIIIM) from 2002 – 2003. Prior to that, Mr. Lack was the Managing Director of Stream, Telecom Italia’s digital content and pay television company from 1998 – 2000. In his two years in Rome, Mr. Lack built STREAM from 50,000 subscribers to over 400,000 subscribers. From 1992 – 1995, Mr. Lack was the Executive Vice President of Marketing and Programming at ESPN, where he was responsible for all programming, affiliate and advertising sales, research, marketing, and the development and launch of ESPN2, the contemporary sports network targeted to young adults.

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