The Disney/ABC Television Group is composed of The Walt Disney Company's (NYSE: DIS) global entertainment and news television properties, owned television stations group and a radio business.







Co-Chair, Disney Media Networks President, Disney/ABC Television Group

Anne Sweeney is co-chair, Disney Media Networks, and president, Disney|ABC Television Group, which includes The Walt Disney Company's global entertainment and news television properties, owned television stations group, and radio business.

In this role Ms. Sweeney oversees ABC Studios, the ABC Owned Television Stations Group, and the ABC Television Network, which provides entertainment, news and kids programming to viewers via more than 200 affiliated stations across the U.S. She also oversees Disney Channels Worldwide, a portfolio of 107 kid-driven, family-inclusive entertainment channels, including Disney Channel, Disney XD, Disney Junior, Disney Cinemagic, Hungama, and Radio Disney brands. Additionally, Ms. Sweeney's responsibilities include cable networks ABC Family and SOAPnet, and the company's equity interest in A+E Networks and Hulu.

In 2005, Ms. Sweeney led the industry into the digital era when the Disney|ABC Television Group became the first media company to put television content on new platforms. The group was the first to leverage iTunes, the first to introduce an ad-supported full episode player online, and the first to deliver an application for the revolutionary iPad.

Under her leadership, the Group continues to combine high-quality content with strategic use of traditional and emerging distribution platforms to deliver compelling news and entertainment viewing experiences to hundreds of millions of people around the world. Most recently, through its WATCH ABC service, ABC became the first linear broadcast network to provide authenticated viewers with live access to their favorite ABC shows and local market programming, as well as a variety of on-demand content, in more ways than ever before, at home and on the go.

From October 2000 to April 2004, Ms. Sweeney served as president of ABC Cable Networks Group and Disney Channels Worldwide, where under her leadership Disney Channel more than quintupled its subscriber base. In April 1998, she also oversaw the successful launch of the 24-hour channel Toon Disney (now known as Disney XD), and later the launch of SOAPnet in January 2000.

Ms. Sweeney joined The Walt Disney Company in February 1996 as president of Disney Channel and executive vice president of Disney|ABC Cable Networks. Previously she was chairman and CEO of FX Networks, Inc., since 1993. During her tenure there, she presided over the launch of two basic cable networks, entertainment-focused FX and FXM: Movies from Fox, Hollywood's first studio-based movie network.

Before joining Fox, Ms. Sweeney spent 12 years at Nickelodeon/Nick at Nite in various executive positions, most recently as senior vice president of Program Enterprises. Among many accomplishments, she oversaw Nickelodeon's international expansion, including launching the channel in the United Kingdom, resulting in a joint venture with British Sky Broadcasting.

Active in organizations both within and outside the television industry, Ms. Sweeney has served as a board member of A&E Television Networks, the Paley Center for Media, the American Film Institute and the Special Olympics.

Since assuming her current role as co-chair of Disney Media Networks and president, Disney|ABC Television Group, Ms. Sweeney has repeatedly been named the "Most Powerful Woman in Entertainment" by The Hollywood Reporter, one of the "50 Most Powerful Women in Business" by Fortune and one of "The World's 100 Most Powerful Women" by Forbes. In 2008 she was honored with the Broadcasters Foundation of America's Golden Mike Award for Outstanding Contributions to Broadcasting, the Matrix Award for television from New York Women in Communications, Inc., as well as the National Cable & Telecommunications Association's Vanguard Award for Distinguished Leadership.

Ms. Sweeney was inducted into the Cable Center's Hall of Fame in October 2007 and recognized by the Producers Guild of America in 2006 with the President's Citation for her efforts on behalf of diversity across the Disney|ABC Television Group. In 2005 she was inducted into the Broadcasting & Cable "Hall of Fame," and in 2004 received the Muse Award from New York Women in Film & Television.

She has been honored repeatedly by Women in Cable & Telecommunications -- as Executive of the Year in 1994, Woman of the Year in 1997, and as the recipient of the Advocate Leader Award from WICT's Southern California chapter in 1998. In 1995 she received the prestigious STAR Award from American Women in Radio and Television. She was inducted into the American Advertising Federation's Advertising Hall of Achievement in 1996. In 2002 she received Women in Film's esteemed Lucy Award and has been awarded the Cable Television Public Affairs Association's President's Award.

Ms. Sweeney earned a BA degree from The College of New Rochelle and an Ed. M. degree from Harvard University.

President, ABC Family

Tom Ascheim was named President, ABC Family, in December 2013, with oversight of original programming and acquisitions, franchise management, marketing, sales and operations, and responsibility for the overall strategic and creative direction for the channel.

Ascheim previously served as Chief Strategy Officer of Sesame Workshop and Executive Vice President of Sesame Learning, where he led the team in developing a digital, in-school and companion-home offering, which paired differentiated learning solutions with in-school assessment.

Prior to that, from 2007-2011, Ascheim was Chief Executive Officer at Newsweek, overseeing all global operations, web and mobile sites, and regional magazines in US, Europe, Asia, and Latin America. In this role, he successfully led the effort to sell Newsweek and worked with new ownership to merge Newsweek with The Daily Beast.

Ascheim served as EVP and General Manager of Nickelodeon Television, where he ran the company's portfolio of channels, including Nickelodeon, Nick@Nite, Nick Jr, and Nick's three digital networks. He also spearheaded the repositioning of Nick@Nite away from being "home of the reruns" to the driving brand in Nick's new family strategy.

He had held the title of EVP and General Manager of Nickelodeon Digital Television Networks. In this role, he managed all aspects of the brand, including production, development, programming, online, on-air promotion, marketing, and advertising sales. He also led the negotiation between Nick and Sesame Workshop, which resulted in a joint venture and the creation of Noggin, and oversaw The N, a channel dedicated to serving millennials. Ascheim joined Viacom in 1990 as VP of Nickelodeon Business Development and Media Products, where he was responsible for strategic and long-range planning, market analysis, and the annual budget.

Tom received his BA in American Studies from Yale College and an MBA from Yale School of Management.

Executive Vice President, Global Communications, Disney/ABC Television Group

Kevin Brockman was named executive vice president, Global Communications, Disney/ABC Television Group in March 2008, reporting to Anne Sweeney, co-chair, Disney Media Networks and president, Disney/ABC Television Group, and Zenia Mucha, executive vice president, Communications, The Walt Disney Company.

In this position Mr. Brockman oversees all corporate, news and entertainment communication efforts worldwide on behalf of the Disney/ABC Television Group, which comprises the ABC Television Network (including ABC News and ABC Entertainment Group); ABC Owned Television Stations; Disney Channels Worldwide, a global portfolio of 108 kid-driven, family inclusive entertainment channels and/or channel feeds available in 164 countries/territories in 34 languages; ABC Family; Radio Disney and the Company's equity interests in A&E Networks, Hulu and Fusion. In addition, he is responsible for the Group's Internal Communications and Corporate Citizenship functions.

Previously, since May 2005, Mr. Brockman had been senior vice president, Communications, Disney/ABC Television Group, where he was charged with oversight of all corporate, news and entertainment communications for the ABC Television Network, Disney Channels Worldwide, ABC Family, SOAPnet, Radio Disney, Disney Television Animation, ABC Studios and ABC Corporate Initiatives, as well as the Group's Photography, Broadcast Publicity, Ratings Publicity and Talent Relations activities.

Prior to that, Mr. Brockman had been senior vice president, Entertainment Communications, Disney/ABC Television Group from September 2004, and from 2000-2004, Mr. Brockman was senior vice president, Entertainment Communications, ABC Television Network, having joined the Company in 1997.

Mr. Brockman joined The Walt Disney Company from UPN, where he was part of the senior executive team that successfully launched the network in January 1995, overseeing all corporate and entertainment communications. During his tenure, the network successfully added several additional evenings of primetime programming and launched programming into other dayparts. He began his career in television communications as the director of Public Relations, Marketing and On-Air Promo for Fox Television Stations Productions (FTSP), a development division of FOX, Inc.

Earlier Mr. Brockman served as manager of Public Relations for Radio City Music Hall Productions (RCMHP) in New York City. During that time, he oversaw aspects of media relations and corporate communications for this entertainment production company, and was responsible for the public relations campaigns for more than 350 live concerts and theatricals.

During his tenure at RCMHP, he also handled communication campaigns for numerous television specials and corporate events, including the Super Bowl XXVII Half-Time show starring Michael Jackson. Mr. Brockman began his entertainment career in theatrical publicity, where he worked on a wide variety of Broadway and off-Broadway productions.

Mr. Brockman, who served for two years as Chairman of TPEC, the Television Publicity Executives Committee, is currently Chairman of the Board of GLSEN, the nation's leading not-for-profit education organization focused on ensuring safe schools for all students, especially those targeted because of their sexual orientation or gender identity/expression.

Mr. Brockman received a Bachelor of Science degree in organizational behavior from the University of Florida.

President, ABC Owned Television Stations Group

Rebecca Campbell was appointed president of the ABC Owned Television Stations Group in May 2010. Widely regarded as the top station group in the U.S., Ms. Campbell has overall responsibility for the company's eight local TV stations and their digital assets in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Houston, Raleigh-Durham and Fresno. In addition she oversees other businesses within the Group, including ABC National Television Sales, a sales representation unit serving the owned stations as well as outside clients; The Live Well Network, a broadcast, online and wireless programming service for emerging digital channels in local markets; and the hit syndicated series "LIVE with Kelly and Michael," which is produced at WABC-TV.

Ms. Campbell is based in Burbank and reports to Anne Sweeney, co-chair, Disney Media Networks, and president, Disney/ABC Television Group.

Previously Ms. Campbell served as president and general manager of WABC-TV in New York, the Group's flagship station in the nation's largest television market, which ranks as the top-rated station in the U.S. Prior to her appointment there in 2007, she was president and general manager of WPVI-TV, the ABC owned station in Philadelphia. WABC-TV and WPVI-TV are the highest-rated stations, from sign-on to sign-off, in their respective markets.

As WABC-TV president and general manager, Ms. Campbell was responsible for WABC-TV/Channel 7 and all of its ancillary businesses, including two additional digital TV channels; 7online.com, the station's Internet site; ABC7's "Taxi TV," bringing news, weather, sports and nightlife information to New York City cab riders; and the longtime syndicated show "Live with Regis and Kelly."

Ms. Campbell was president and general manager of WPVI-TV from 2003 to 2007. She joined the Philadelphia station in 1997 as program director and later served as vice president of Programming.

Before joining WPVI-TV, she held several programming and production positions of increasing responsibility at WFMZ-TV in Allentown, PA, and WGAL-TV in Lancaster, PA. Ms. Campbell began her broadcasting career at KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh as a college student working on a local teen magazine show.

Throughout her career in local broadcasting, Ms. Campbell has played an active role in many civic and industry organizations. This includes volunteer service as a board member of the Broadway Association, Inc., and as an advisory board member of the League of Women Voters of the City of New York Education Fund. In addition, she is on the board of the Broadcasters Foundation of America and has served on the boards of MSTV: the Association for Maximum Service Television and the New York and Pennsylvania State Broadcasters Associations. She has received various honors for her organizational leadership and community service, including the "Women of Distinction Award" from the Philadelphia Business Journal and the Philadelphia Ad Club's "Pinnacle Award of Excellence." She was recently named 2013 Broadcaster of the Year by the Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters, and will be inducted into their Hall of Fame in May 2013.

Ms. Campbell is a magna cum laude graduate of Bloomsburg University, PA with a dual major in journalism and political science.

Executive Vice President and Chief Product Officer, Digital Media, Disney/ABC Television Group

As Executive Vice President and Chief Product Officer, Digital Media, for the Disney/ABC Television Group, Albert Cheng is charged with general management and strategic oversight of digital media, as well as development of ancillary digital revenue streams for Disney/ABC Television Group's diverse portfolio of broadcast and cable networks, including ABC Entertainment, ABC News, ABC Daytime, ABC Family, Disney Channel and SOAPnet. To that end, he leads a team that oversees product development, marketing and operations for the Group's digital media content platforms, including video-on-demand, broadband, web-based and mobile platforms, as well as interactive television technologies.

Cheng, who has served in his current role since October 2005, and the Disney/ABC Television Group digital media team are responsible for creating new business ventures and partnerships in the digital media and online space, as well as providing additional negotiation planning and support for ABC broadcast affiliate relations in this emerging new area. He works closely with Disney and ESPN Networks Affiliate Sales and Marketing to ensure the distribution and development of digital media services to cable, satellite, telcos and wireless providers. He also works in close partnership with the Disney/ABC Television Group's marketing teams and the Media Networks' strategy group, as well as other divisions within The Walt Disney Company, developing these content platforms and consumer products.

Previously Cheng served as senior vice president, Business Strategy and Development for Disney and ESPN Networks Affiliate Sales and Marketing, where he was responsible for developing business strategies to increase distribution and generate revenue streams from new products and services. He also oversaw the development of interactive products related to Disney-ABC Cable Networks Group's cable channels, which include ABC Family, Disney Channel, SOAPnet and Disney XD. In addition, Cheng worked in close association with Disney-ABC Cable Network Group and ESPN's finance teams in sales forecasting and planning for all of the Company's cable television assets.

From 2002 to 2004, Cheng served as senior vice president, Distribution Strategy and Operations for ABC Cable Networks Group, where he was responsible for developing distribution strategies, negotiating deals and creating economic plans for the Group. Additionally, he oversaw the development and implementation of the division's video-on-demand strategy and interactive television applications. He joined ABC Cable Networks in October 2000 as vice president, National Accounts and Distribution Strategy.

Prior to joining The Walt Disney Company, Cheng was director, Distribution Strategy, for Fox Cable Networks Group, where he was responsible for business development and implementation of three digital cable channels, now known as Fox College Sports, and developed strategies related to digital cable and broadband services. Cheng also served as director, Business Development, at Fox/Liberty Networks, where he focused on business issues and analysis for Fox Sports Net and FX Networks. Early in his career, he served as a business strategy consultant for the Boston Consulting Group.

Cheng earned a BS degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an MBA from Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration.

Senior Vice-President, Business and Legal Affairs, Music, for the Disney/ABC Television Group

Peter DiCecco was named senior vice president, Business and Legal Affairs, Music, Disney/ABC Television Group, in April 2006. In this position Mr. DiCecco oversees all deal making, business strategy and business and legal affairs related to the production, acquisition and distribution of music for programming produced by or for the Disney/ABC Television Group, including ABC, ABC Studios, Disney Channels Worldwide, ABC Family, ABC News, the ABC Owned Station Group, abc.com, Radio Disney, and all of the TV Group's marketing and publicity departments. He also oversees ABC's creative music services department, administers the music publishing catalogs for ABC and Oprah Winfrey Productions, and runs music business affairs for Disney Consumer Products and Disney Interactive internationally, and the Disney Theme Parks and Resorts globally. Mr. DiCecco reports to Jana Winograde, executive vice president, Business Affairs and Administration, ABC Entertainment Group.

Mr. DiCecco sets music policy for top-ranking TV franchises such as "Nashville," "Phineas and Ferb," "Switched at Birth" and "Jimmy Kimmel Live," and creates ancillary business opportunities for the music assets from such franchises. He also devises distribution and new media strategies for legacy content and oversees all music supervision, editing and licensing of replacement content.

As part of his global responsibilities, Mr. DiCecco manages music business affairs for Disney's TV productions produced worldwide, including those produced in Japan, Russia and India. He co-created and launched the ABC Music Lounge on abc.com, and forged strategic partnerships with iTunes, Amazon and major record labels to make the Disney/ABC Television Group a welcome and profitable destination for top talent. Mr. DiCecco also crafted and guided the music business plan for the launch of the Watch ABC online app.

Previously Mr. DiCecco was vice president, Music and Business Affairs, ABC Entertainment Group. As the head of music for ABC, he was responsible for setting music policies for the ABC Television Network and for brokering all music acquisition and licensing deals for the Network, including its Entertainment, Daytime, Sports and News divisions. During his tenure he created Session Five, a multi-Emmy-winning music production library for ABC, and administered the music publishing catalogs for ABC, Harpo and Lifetime Television.

Prior to that, Mr. DiCecco was senior counsel in the intellectual property section of the Corporate Legal department of The Walt Disney Company. While there, he provided counsel to Touchstone Television, Walt Disney Records, Disney Cruise Lines, Buena Vista Home Entertainment, Disney Character Voices International and Disney Consumer Products on music-related legal issues.

From 1994 through 1997, Mr. DiCecco was associated with the law firm of Gottlieb Schiff Bergman & Sendroff, P.C. in New York. He is a member of the New York State Bar Association and is a Registered In House Counsel in California.

President, ABC News

James Goldston was named President of ABC News in April 2014. He is responsible for all aspects of ABC News' broadcasts, including "World News with Diane Sawyer," "Nightline," "Good Morning America," "20/20" and "This Week with George Stephanopoulos." In addition, Mr. Goldston oversees ABC News Radio, ABCNEWS.com, satellite service NewsOne and ABC News NOW.

From March 2012-April 2014, Mr. Goldston served as Senior Vice President for Content and Development of ABC News. In this role, he oversaw ABC News programs and Executive Producers and led the development of new shows for broadcast, cable and other distribution.

Prior to his role as Senior Vice President, Mr. Goldston was the Senior Executive Producer of "Good Morning America" from February 2011-March 2012, the historic time in which "Good Morning America" closed in on "Today's" 16-year winning streak to ultimately become the number one morning show in April 2012.

Mr. Goldston joined ABC News in 2004 as a senior producer of primetime specials and investigative reports and was promoted shortly thereafter to Executive Producer of "Nightline," a position he held until 2011. Under his leadership, the program grew to become the number one show in late night and won a string of awards including multiple Emmys and the prestigious Peabody award.

Before joining ABC News, Mr. Goldston was the Executive Producer of Britain's most watched current affairs program, ITV1's "Tonight with Trevor McDonald," from 2002-2004. There, he produced a series of celebrated documentaries including "Shock and Awe" - "Tonight's" award-winning coverage of the Iraq War, anchored from Kuwait and Baghdad and the multi-award winning "Living with Michael Jackson." During his tenure as both Producer and Executive Producer, "Tonight" was honored with the Royal Television Society's prestigious Program of the Year Award three times in five years.

Mr. Goldston began his career in television as a producer for several BBC News programs, including "Newsnight," the network's nightly news analysis show, as well as BBC's flagship current affairs program, "Panorama."

A graduate of Jesus College, Oxford University, Mr. Goldston resides in New York City with his family.

Executive Vice President, Production, Disney/ABC Cable Networks Group

Susette Hsiung is Executive Vice President, Production, Disney/ABC Cable Networks Group, which is part of Disney/ABC Television Group. Promoted to this role in November 2011, she leads the team that oversees production companies creating a long line of critically acclaimed, award-winning series and movies for presentation on Disney Channel, Disney XD and Disney Junior, as well as ABC Family. Hsiung also oversees production of short-form and interstitial programming, on-air promotions across linear and digital platforms, and new media content.

Hsiung's role includes supervision of Disney's co-production partners in other territories and production management at Disney Television Animation. Under her remit is more than 1,000 hours of programming in both single-camera and multi-camera formats, including reality/talk shows, specials and on-air promotional messages.

Hsiung has shepherded production companies that have delivered over 90 Disney Channel Original Movie titles, including the Emmy Award-winning "High School Musical" and its record-breaking sequel "High School Musical 2," and the hits "Teen Beach Movie," "Camp Rock," "Zapped" and "How To Build a Better Boy."

She also oversees live-action production companies for Disney Channel's current series, including "Liv and Maddie," "Girl Meets World," "Dog With A Blog," "Jessie" and "Austin & Ally." She and her team supervise the production of Disney Television Animation shows, including "Gravity Falls," "Phineas and Ferb," Disney Junior's hit animated series "Sofia the First" and "Jake and the Never Land Pirates," as well as the production companies for "Doc McStuffins" and "Sherriff Callie's Wild West."

For Disney XD, Hsiung's production oversight extends to "Mighty Med," "Kickin' It" and "Lab Rats," among other series and specials.

For the inaugural broadcast of the Radio Disney Music Awards on Disney Channel in 2014, Hsiung and her team supervised the production of the pre-show festival and televised special, which delivered 3.2 million Total Viewers.

For ABC Family, Hsiung's team supervises production companies for "Pretty Little Liars," "Switched at Birth" and "Baby Daddy," among others, and oversees production of all on-air promotions for the network.

Hsiung is an executive leader for Disney/ABC TV Group's Global Workplace & Women's Initiative, which was created to advance the careers of female employees and create an enhanced workplace for all employees. Stemming from her participation in the Women's Initiative, Hsiung has developed the Aspirational Girl task force and hosts quarterly mixers to encourage collaboration and camaraderie among female employees. Hsiung is also a mentor to and sponsor of up-and-coming executives throughout Disney/ABC TV Group as part of a Leadership Mentoring Program.

Hsiung joined Disney Channel in May 1997, as Vice President, Production. A veteran of HBO, MTV and Comedy Central, Hsiung was Vice President of production for MTV Asia and spearheaded international ventures, including the launch of two 24-hour cable television channels servicing Far East territories.

Her diverse experience includes tenures as Production Executive for HBO Downtown Productions and as a Line Producer for The Comedy Channel (now known as Comedy Central). She began her career at MTV Networks in 1984, rising through the ranks to the role of Production Manager.

Hsiung graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor's degree in Economics. She received a Master's of Business Administration from New York University's Stern School of Business.

Hsiung lives in Los Angeles with her husband and son.

President, ABC Entertainment Group

Paul Lee is president, ABC Entertainment Group, a position he has held since July 2010. In this role, Lee has oversight of all creative and business operations for ABC Studios as well as all development, programming, marketing and scheduling operations for ABC Entertainment. He also oversees entertainment programming for syndication and daytime.

Under his leadership, Mr. Lee has shepherded in numerous hit series for the Network, including "Scandal," "Resurrection," "The Goldbergs," "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," "Revenge," "Nashville" and "Once Upon a Time."

So far this season, the Network has delivered 6 of the Top 15 entertainment series on broadcast TV in Adults 18-49 (more than any net), including the No. 1 freshman show ("How to Get Away with Murder"), the No. 1 new comedy ("black-ish") and the Top 2 dramas ("How to Get Away with Murder" and "Scandal"): "Modern Family" (4.9 rating) - No. 2, "How to Get Away with Murder" (4.6 rating) - No. 3, "Scandal" (4.2 rating) - No. 7, "Once Upon a Time" (3.6 rating) - No. 12, while "black-ish" (3.5 rating) and "Grey's Anatomy" (3.5 rating) tie at No. 14. In addition, "How to Get Away with Murder" is the season's highest-rated show with key Women (W18-34/W18-49). Additionally, ABC has had its strongest Thursday start in 5 years opposite the NFL and dominates its non-sport competition on the night and is up by double digits versus the same point last season in Total Viewers (+34%) and Adults 18-49 (+24%). On both Nielsen measures, ABC is off to its strongest start on the night since the beginning of the 2009-10 season. Source: The Nielsen Company, (National, Most Current Program Ratings), 09/22/14-10/26/14

Still to come for the 2014-15 season are "Marvel's Agent Carter," Marvel's second network television series, starring Hayley Atwell, reprising her role from "Captain America: The First Avenger" and "Captain America: The Winter Soldier"; "The Whispers," from executive producer Steven Spielberg; "American Crime," from Academy Award winner John Ridley; "Secrets and Lies," starring Ryan Phillippe and Juliette Lewis; and "Galavant," from executive producer Dan Fogelman ("Cars," "Crazy, Stupid, Love").

Prior to becoming president of ABC Entertainment Group, Lee led ABC Family from 2004-2010, where he revitalized the cable channel with an ambitious slate of original and acquired programs. In conceiving the mission of the network, he launched a plan to target the young adult Millennial audience on multiple platforms with relatable programming, including "Pretty Little Liars," which is now the leading TV show in social media, as well as "Kyle XY," "The Secret Life of the American Teenager," "Greek," "Make It Or Break It" and "Huge." The network was also home to the biggest programming event on cable with "25 Days of Christmas." Under Lee, ABC Family had an amazing six+ years of consecutive growth.

ABC Family also made the most of new platforms to connect viewers with content. The industry recognized this push for creativity and innovation on this front by awarding ABC Family a 2007 Emmy for Outstanding Achievement in Interactive Television, as well as an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media the following year.

Prior to joining ABC Family, Lee was chief executive officer and founder of BBC America, and was responsible for the development and launch of the company in March 1998, starting as general manager and then chief operating officer. During his tenure, the hit comedy series
"The Office" (British version) garnered two Golden Globes. Other shows under his supervision included the BBC's "Changing Rooms," which formatted into TLC's signature show, "Trading Spaces," "What Not to Wear" and the "Graham Norton Show."

Before arriving stateside, the British-born Lee spent several years at the BBC in London, ultimately serving as channel editor for BBC Prime, the company's 24-hour entertainment channel.

He started his career as a reporter assigned to Belfast, Northern Ireland, at a particularly critical period in the conflict. Upon returning to London, he segued into entertainment, where he became a producer, director and showrunner, going on to earn a BAFTA and a BANFF Award for the BBC documentary series Arena for his portrait of Woody Guthrie.

In 1990 Lee branched out into drama, traveling to Moscow to direct and produce "Oblomov," starring George Wendt of "Cheers" fame. He also produced, directed and wrote TV movies. Before joining the BBC in 1984, Lee worked as an assistant production manager on novelas at the Brazilian national network Rede Globo in Rio de Janeiro.

Lee holds an MA in modern languages (Portuguese and Russian) from Oxford University in England.

President and Chief Creative Officer, Disney Channels Worldwide

Gary Marsh is President and Chief Creative Officer, Disney Channels Worldwide, a role he was promoted to in September 2011.

Marsh has both strategic business oversight and creative responsibility for Disney's successful and burgeoning global kids TV business, comprised of 107 kid-driven, family-inclusive entertainment channels and feeds which are available in 166 countries and 34 languages. The portfolio spans Disney Channel, Disney Junior, Disney XD, Disney Cinemagic and Hungama brands, plus the Radio Disney broadcast and satellite radio network and station group. Its multiplatform strategy includes subscription video-on-demand and live, linear feeds available via authenticated TV+ products – WATCH Disney Channel, WATCH Disney XD and WATCH Disney Junior – at home and via mobile devices.

Reporting in to Marsh is a global executive team representing Original Programming and Production, Disney Television Animation, Radio Disney, Business Affairs, Business Planning and Development, Marketing and On-Air Promotion, Advertising Sales, Worldwide Programming Strategy, Planning and Acquisitions, Casting and Talent Relations for Disney Channel, Disney Junior and Disney XD platforms and brands.

Creative content is the driving force of Disney Channels Worldwide, and Marsh is responsible for leading the effort to develop Disney-branded programming for kids and families around the world. The extraordinarily successful original programming slate includes the Emmy Award-winning hit series "Wizards of Waverly Place," "Phineas and Ferb" and "Mickey Mouse" shorts, Emmy-nominated "Good Luck Charlie" and "Dog with a Blog," "Hannah Montana," "Girl Meets World," "Gravity Falls," "Austin & Ally" and "Jessie," among many others.

He also oversees the blockbuster Disney Channel Original Movie franchise, comprising over 90 titles, including the smash musical hits "High School Musical" and "High School Musical 2," "Teen Beach Movie," "Camp Rock," "Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension" and "The Cheetah Girls" trilogy. In Total Viewers, five of the Top 6 movies in cable TV history are Disney Channel Original Movies. The franchise has also delivered the #1 TV movie telecast among Tweens for 12-consecutive years.

Soundtrack and music sales from the projects and talent that Marsh has developed at Disney Channel have exceeded 50 million units. The quadruple-platinum-selling soundtrack for "High School Musical" (the #1 selling album of 2006) made history as the first-ever TV movie soundtrack to reach #1 on the Billboard 200 album chart.

Marsh's team also oversees Disney Junior, the popular multiplatform brand for kids age 2-7, which includes the Annie-award winning TV series "Sofia the First" and "Jake and the Never Land Pirates," the Emmy-nominated "Doc McStuffins" and "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse" and "Sheriff Callie's Wild West," each blending Disney's unparalleled storytelling and beloved characters with learning components, including early math and language skills, as well as healthy eating and lifestyles, with an emphasis on social and emotional development.

From 2009-11, Marsh was President, Entertainment and Chief Creative Officer, Disney Channels Worldwide. From 2005-09, he was President, Entertainment, Disney Channel Worldwide. From 2001-05, he was Executive Vice President, Original Programming and Production, Disney Channel. He was Executive Vice President, Original Programming, from 1999-2001, and Senior Vice President, Original Programming, from 1994-99. He joined Disney Channel in 1988 as Executive Director, Programming, and was promoted to Vice President within months.

Throughout his tenure at Disney Channel, Marsh has supervised projects that have garnered the highest industry and critical acclaim, including multiple Emmys and Humanitas Prizes, plus Peabody, NAMIC, Gabriel, Women in Film, Parents' Choice and New York International Film and Television Festival Awards. He co-created and co-chairs City of Hope's annual Concert for Hope, was an 2005 Honoree of Girls Incorporated, which recognizes industry leaders who are excellent role models for girls and young women, and was named among the 25 "Smartest People in Television" by Entertainment Weekly magazine.

Prior to joining Disney Channel, Marsh was Director of Movies and Miniseries at Columbia Pictures Television. He was previously Vice President, the Garth Group, a consulting firm in New York City, where he specialized in creating media for political campaigns.

Marsh is a Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude graduate of the University of California at Los Angeles.

Disney Channels Worldwide is part of the Disney-ABC Television Group.

Senior Vice President, Global Human Resources,
Talent & Workforce Diversity
Disney/ABC Television Group

Steve Milovich was named senior vice president, Human Resources, Disney/ABC Television Group in March 2009, reporting to Anne Sweeney, co-chair, Disney Media Networks and president, Disney/ABC Television Group.

In this position Milovich oversees all organization, executive compensation and human resources efforts worldwide for Disney/ABC Television Group, which comprises the ABC Television Network; Disney Channels Worldwide; Cable Networks ABC Family and SOAPnet; Radio Disney; Walt Disney Television Animation; Disney-ABC Domestic Television and ABC Studios; Disney/ABC/ESPN Television and its international program distribution businesses; the publishing unit Hyperion; ABC Corporate Initiatives; and ABC's eight owned television stations. He also serves as a strategic advisor to Co-Chairpersons of the Board for A+E Networks on organization, executive compensation and HR matters.

Milovich has led a number of key strategic organizational and human resources initiatives in his current role, including: the major global repositioning of ABC News; integration of Lifetime and A&E into A+E Networks; development of ABC News/Univision joint venture; integration of Time Square Studios and Daytime programming into the ABC Entertainment Group; the creation of a comprehensive talent planning process for the development and retention of key talent; the development and deployment of a new employee learning and training strategy; and creating a practical and relevant diversity strategy focused on the workforce, workplace and marketplace.

Milovich joined The Walt Disney Company in 2002 as senior vice president of Corporate Human Resources, Organization and Leadership Development for the Company, with worldwide responsibility for learning, leadership development, organizational development, talent planning, employee communications, talent acquisition and Disney University. He also had overall HR responsibility for Corporate Headquarters, The Walt Disney Internet Group and The Media Technology Board.

During his tenure at Corporate Headquarters, he led the development and implementation of Disney's first Company-wide and global talent planning, performance management and talent acquisition processes and programs. He also developed and implemented the human capital strategy and plans for the acquisition of early-stage companies, and was responsible for leading a number of other strategic organizational projects to improve the attraction, development and retention of talent, including The Workforce of The Future, Finance Talent Development, and the implementation of a global, multi-language, technology-enabled learning, development and communication platform for the Company's 140,000 global employees.

Before joining Disney, Milovich served as senior vice president of Human Capital for Walker Digital, which developed Priceline.com. He helped create a West Coast presence for the firm, including the development of three startup companies in California.

Before that, he held a number of global executive positions in human resources with AlliedSignal-Honeywell International during Lawrence Bossidy's tenure as chairman and CEO. This included serving as vice president of Global Human Resources for the $15 billion Performance Products and Solutions division, with its more than 70,000 employees and operations in 40 countries. At AlliedSignal/Honeywell, he also led several large-scale change management engagements and played a key leadership role in the startup and expansion of operations in Europe and Asia, including Shanghai, Tokyo, Bucharest, Romania; Atessa, Italy; Albuquerque, New Mexico; and California.

Prior to joining AlliedSignal/Honeywell, Milovich served as senior vice president of Human Resources for Broadway Stores Inc., where he helped lead the turnaround and subsequent merger into the Federated Department Stores organization. He also held a number of increasingly responsible executive positions in human resources at PepsiCo, including leading the executive and employee development functions for Pepsi-Cola North America.

Milovich began his career at United States Steel Corporation, holding management positions in employee and labor relations.

He has conducted a variety of organization and executive development workshops and programs during his career, and has served as executive coach and mentor to numerous executives in the United States, Asia and Europe, helping them improve both their personal and their organization's effectiveness.

Milovich is a member of the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business Corporate Advisory Board; he also sits on the Advisory Board for the USC Center for Effective Organizations. He is a member of the Board of Visitors for the Graziadio School of Business and Management at Pepperdine University and a member of the Board of Directors of the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley.

He earned a bachelor's degree in economics from Utah State University and also holds an executive MBA from Pepperdine University.

President, Global Distribution, Disney Media Networks

Ben Pyne is president, Global Distribution, Disney Media Networks. Promoted to this role in June 2007, he has chief responsibility for the international distribution and sales of the far-reaching portfolio of entertainment and news content produced by The Walt Disney Company. This includes all feature films, television series, kids’ programming, made-for-TV movies, miniseries, news documentaries, TV animation and direct-to video content – and their distribution to all platforms, including the burgeoning video-on-demand (VOD) and broadband markets. He also oversees domestic distribution of the Company’s television content handled by Disney-ABC Domestic Television, international content distribution through Disney-ABC International Television, and is responsible for the ABC Television Network’s Affiliate Relations department as well as the Disney & ESPN Media Networks Affiliate Sales and Marketing team.

He reports to Anne Sweeney, co-chair, Disney Media Networks and president, Disney-ABC Television Group, and Alan Bergman, president, The Walt Disney Studios. For domestic responsibilities concerning ESPN, Mr. Pyne reports to Sean Bratches, executive vice president, Sales and Marketing, ESPN and ABC Sports. He also works closely with Andy Bird, president, Walt Disney International.

Prior to this role, Mr. Pyne served as president, Disney & ESPN Networks Affiliate Sales and Marketing, a role he was promoted to in October 2005. In this capacity, he directed all affiliate distribution, affiliate relations, affiliate marketing and local ad sales for the U.S. cable and satellite networks of The Walt Disney Company: ABC News Now, ABC Family, Disney Channel, SOAPnet, Toon Disney, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN Classic, ESPNEWS, ESPN Deportes, ESPN HD and ESPNU. He also oversaw U.S. distribution of related HDTV, broadband, VOD, subscription VOD, interactive television, pay-per-view, Spanish-language, and sports syndication products. He previously served as executive vice president, Disney and ESPN Affiliate Sales and Marketing, from June 2004 through September 2005 and worked closely with Sean Bratches on the successful integration of the ESPN and ABC Cable Networks Group sales teams.

Previous to the merging of the ESPN and Disney-ABC Cable Networks Groups affiliate sales and marketing teams, Mr. Pyne served from 2000-2004 as senior vice president, Affiliate Sales and Marketing for Disney-ABC Cable Networks Group, overseeing all cable and satellite distribution, local ad sales and affiliate marketing for the four basic cable networks within the Group: ABC Family, Disney Channel, SOAPnet and Toon Disney. Under his guidance, Disney Channel transitioned from a pay cable service to an expanded basic service, growing from 6.5 million U.S. subscribers in 1992 when he joined the Company to the more than 94 million today.

In addition, Mr. Pyne directed negotiations for retransmission consent agreements for ABC's owned stations and has been a key participant in the development and launch of new businesses and services for The Walt Disney Company, including the successful subscription video service ‘Disney Channel on Demand’ and the high-speed access program ‘A Better Connection.’ His team also launched successful affiliate marketing and public affairs initiatives, among them "Learning Together," a critically acclaimed outreach program that has received numerous Beacon Award from the Cable Television's Public Affairs Association (CTPAA).

Mr. Pyne has a BA from Princeton University and an MBA from Harvard Business School. He was also Orchestra Manager of the New Jersey Symphony from 1985-90, just prior to attending Business School, and has experience with other nonprofit associations prior to that. Maintaining a strong interest in music, Mr. Pyne continues to play the classical guitar. He currently resides in New York City with his wife and two sons.

Executive Vice President, Global Operations and Chief Technology Officer, Disney/ABC Television Group

Vince Roberts is executive vice president, Global Operations and Chief Technology Officer, Disney/ABC Television Group, a position he was promoted to in October 2010. In this role, Mr. Roberts develops and implements operational and technological strategies and solutions to support the Disney/ABC Television Group's vast portfolio of media and broadcast businesses. Additionally, he is responsible for assessing new and emerging business technologies for divisions within the Group.

Reporting to Mr. Roberts are the broadcast operating and technical functions of the ABC Television Network (BO&E), Disney Channel Worldwide, Disney XD, Disney Junior, ABC Family and Disney ABC Domestic Television. In addition, he supports Disney ABC International Television, including, Disney-branded networks in Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, Japan, Korea, and Canada. Mr. Roberts also supports the engineering team from ABC's eight Owned TV Stations in regards to their operational and technological systems.

Mr. Roberts is the primary technology leader for the Disney/ABC Television Group and is charged with developing a comprehensive technology roadmap to support the strategic objectives. His other major responsibilities include: acting as the senior advisor to business unit management on technology implementation and initiatives; providing leadership in ensuring appropriate technology usage; assessing new and emerging technologies to determine applications to business unit initiatives; identifying and overseeing business process driven technology improvements; evaluating technology support and infrastructure operations. Mr. Roberts and his team have become industry leaders in developing and implementing cloud based and file based workflows supporting both linear broadcast operations and digital media non-linear delivery.

A founding employee of Disney Channel, Mr. Roberts joined the network in 1983 as a staff engineer, and then went on to serve as director of Operations and Engineering. In 1989, after a two-year stint as senior vice president of Color Systems, Inc., he rejoined Disney Channel as vice president, Engineering and Operations. During his tenure with Disney, he led the team that developed one of the country's first video file server-based broadcast operations. Mr. Roberts also established Disney's first international broadcast operation - Walt Disney Television Singapore. Since then, he has been responsible for the launches of more than 90 entertainment channels and/or channel feeds available in more than 160 countries and 30 languages.

Prior to joining Disney, Mr. Roberts spent four years in videodisc R&D and manufacturing with MCA and JVC/EMI/GE. While at MCA he was awarded a patent for developing a specialized quality control process device. During his time at Color Systems Technology as senior vice president of Production, the company was awarded an Emmy for technical achievement for the video coloring process. In addition, Mr. Roberts has four patents pending for Cloud Based Broadcast Systems, Counterbalanced and Motorized Monopod Jib for Cameras, and a Live Panoramic Image Capture and Distribution.

Mr. Roberts co-chaired the FCC's Video Programming Accessibility Committee (VPAAC) on Internet closed captioning; was recently named Chairman of the Innovation Advisory Board for Imagine Communications (formerly Harris Broadcast), and awarded the 2014 B&C Technology Leadership Award. Mr. Roberts currently also serves on several internal and industry organizations focusing on innovation, technology development and business efficiency. He continues to play a key role in helping develop Disney's future technology strategy initiatives.

Mr. Roberts is a Member of The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Society of Cable Television Engineers (SCTE) and a Member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. He serves as a Member of the Board of Directors of the North American Broadcasters Association (NABA). Mr. Roberts is also Chairman of the Executive Board of the Entertainment Technology Center at University of Southern California (ETC @ USC).

Senior Vice President, Labor Relations, Disney|ABC TV Group

Marc Sandman is Senior Vice President of Labor Relations for ABC Studios, ABC Television Network, ABC Owned Television Stations Group and Disney/ABC Networks Group. Sandman joined Labor Relations in New York in 1991 and relocated to the West Coast in 1997. Prior to joining ABC, he was an attorney in private practice in New York with the firm of Patterson, Belknap, Webb & Tyler, and before that with Summit Rovins and Feldesman. Sandman has also served as an Associate General Counsel for a major hospital in New York and as an attorney with the National Labor Relations Board in Brooklyn and Washington, DC. Throughout his career, his practice has concentrated in labor law and labor relations. Presently Sandman is a member of the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers Board of Directors. Originally from Ashville, NC, he obtained his undergraduate degree from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, his J.D. from Wake Forest University, and an L.L.M. from Georgetown University.

Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Disney/ABC Television Group

Peter Seymour was named executive vice president and chief financial officer of Disney/ABC Television Group in August 2012, reporting to Anne Sweeney, co-chair, Disney Media Networks and president, Disney/ABC Television Group.

In this role, Mr. Seymour is responsible for the consolidated financial leadership of the entertainment portfolio encompassed by the Disney/ABC Television Group, including the ABC Television Network, ABC Studios, ABC Owned Station Group, Disney Channel, Disney XD, Disney Junior, Disney Domestic Television, ABC Family and Radio Disney.

In addition, he has oversight of strategy development for The Walt Disney Company's worldwide broadcasting and cable programming businesses, as well as supervision of research, customer relationship management and media planning for DATG.

From 2008-2012, Mr. Seymour held the position of Executive Vice President of Strategy and Research for Disney Media Networks.

Since joining DATG as a Senior Vice President in 2005, Mr. Seymour has been instrumental in shaping its overall strategy and the strategic direction of its individual businesses. He helped develop the strategy for converting Toon Disney and Jetix channels worldwide into Disney XD, launching Disney Junior, and expanding Disney Channel into multiple international markets. He led initiatives to streamline ABC's workforce and digitize ABCNews, including guiding discussions that led to ABCNews' relationship with Yahoo and its 24-hour cable network joint venture with Univision. He has played a key role in planning the deployment of ABC, ABC Family and Disney content on digital platforms, including the recent launch of the Watch Disney apps in conjunction with Comcast.

Additionally, he oversaw DATG's partnership with ESPN to launch the industry-leading Disney Media and Advertising Lab in Austin, which has completed well over 100 primary research studies using advanced technologies like facial coding, eye-gaze tracking, and biometric monitoring. His media planning team oversees the allocation of DATG's on-air promotion as well as placing paid media and measuring marketing effectiveness across all platforms. His research and customer relationship management team study audience viewing, behavior and sentiment to support programming, scheduling, marketing and advertising decisions across the businesses.

Prior to joining Disney Media Networks, Mr. Seymour spent nine years in the Strategic Planning unit of The Walt Disney Company, where he oversaw corporate development and worked closely with the broadcasting, internet, video games and technology units of the company.

He joined Disney from The LEK/Alcar Consulting Group, where he managed strategy consulting projects in technology and media fields.

Mr. Seymour served on the board of Disney's public subsidiary Jetix Europe, N.V. until it was fully acquired by Disney, and he currently serves on the board of the AETN partnership, which manages the A&E, History, Bio and Lifetime networks. He is also Disney's board member in the Coalition for Innovative Media Measurement, a research partnership founded by 14 television content providers, agencies and advertisers. He also serves on the board and chairs the audit committee of the Entertainment Industry Foundation, a leading charitable organization of the entertainment industry, which operates initiatives like Stand Up to Cancer, the EIF Revlon Run/Walk for Women, iParticipate and Hunger Is.

Mr. Seymour has a BA in economics and Asian languages and an MBA from Stanford University.

Co-President, Disney/ABC Television Group

Ben Sherwood was named president of ABC News in December 2010. He is responsible for all aspects of ABC News' broadcasts, including "World News with Diane Sawyer," "Nightline," "Good Morning America," "20/20" and "This Week with George Stephanopoulos." In addition, Mr. Sherwood oversees ABC News Radio, ABCNEWS.com, satellite service NewsOne and ABC News NOW. ABC News reaches a combined audience of well over 270 million people a month on television, on radio and online.*

Under Mr. Sherwood's leadership, the news division has been recognized repeatedly for outstanding journalism. Across its many programs and platforms, the news division is enjoying significant audience growth, driven by a creative renaissance and innovative deal-making.

ABC News reached an historic milestone in 2012 when "Good Morning America" snapped NBC's 16-year winning streak in the mornings.

In 2013, ABC News and Univision launched Fusion, a joint news and lifestyle network to serve and empower U.S. Hispanics, the youngest and fastest growing demographic in America.

In October 2011, ABC News launched a ground-breaking partnership with Yahoo! to create the #1 news and information network online, reaching nearly 100 million people and serving up to half a billion videos a month.

In addition, during Mr. Sherwood's tenure, the news division has won the most prestigious honors in the industry, including George Polk, George Foster Peabody, News and Documentary Emmy, Edward R. Murrow, Overseas Press Club, SPJ Sigma Delta Chi and Investigative Reporters and Editors Awards.

Mr. Sherwood began to explore a career in journalism with student internships at KCET public television in Los Angeles, The Los Angeles Times Washington Bureau and the "CBS Evening News." In 1984-1985, during a year off from college, he worked for The News and Observer in Raleigh, North Carolina; The Los Angeles Times Paris bureau; and the United Nations Border Relief Operation in Aranyaprathet, Thailand.

Mr. Sherwood launched his journalistic career in earnest when he joined ABC News in 1989, serving as an investigative associate producer and producer for ABC News' "PrimeTime Live" with anchors Diane Sawyer and Sam Donaldson. During that time his investigative reports explored flaws in the secretive B-2 stealth bomber program, the dangers of unlicensed mental health practitioners and the unheralded risks of an overprescribed heart medication.

In 1997, Mr. Sherwood joined NBC's "Nightly News with Tom Brokaw" as broadcast producer responsible for "In Depth" reports, then senior producer, and ultimately senior broadcast producer, where he helped guide coverage of the September 11th attacks and the controversy in Florida during the 2000 presidential election.

Mr. Sherwood returned to ABC News in April 2004 as executive producer of the network's award-winning morning program, "Good Morning America." Mr. Sherwood guided "GMA" to ratings success, attracting new viewers while overseeing prize-winning coverage of the tsunami in Southeast Asia, the devastation of Hurricane Katrina and the presidential election of 2004.

Over the years Mr. Sherwood's journalism and non-fiction essays have been published in many respected publications, including The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Newsweek, New Republic, Washington Monthly, Parade and O magazine. He is the author of two critically acclaimed best-selling novels: The Man Who Ate the 747 (2000) and The Death and Life of Charlie St. Cloud (2004). His fiction has been published around the world in more than 15 languages. In July 2010, The Death and Life of Charlie St. Cloud was adapted as a feature film starring Zac Efron and was released by Universal Pictures under the title "Charlie St. Cloud."

Mr. Sherwood's latest book, The Survivors Club, is a non-fiction exploration of the science and secrets of who bounces back from everyday adversity and who doesn't; who beats life-threatening disease and who succumbs; and who triumphs after economic hardship and who surrenders. The book became an instant New York Times bestseller; has been featured widely in print and on television; and has been published around the world.

In January 2009, Mr. Sherwood founded TheSurvivorsClub.org, an online resource center and support network for people surviving and thriving in the face of all kinds of adversity. In September 2010, The Survivors Club relaunched in partnership with Hearst Digital Media, significantly expanding its reach and offerings.

A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Harvard College in 1986, Mr. Sherwood earned an AB degree in American government and history. From 1986 to 1989, as a Rhodes Scholar at Magdalen College, Oxford, he earned master's degrees in British imperial history and development economics.

Mr. Sherwood is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations in New York and serves on the boards of the National Constitution Center and the National Association of Urban Debate Leagues. He serves on the advisory board of the Center for Public Integrity. And he is actively involved in City Year, the education-focused service organization. He and his wife Karen live in New York with their two young boys.

*does not account for duplication among television, radio and Internet audiences

President, ABC Sales

As president of ABC Sales, Geri Wang leads a team of more than 275 executives and staff responsible for advertising sales and integrated marketing initiatives. Promoted to this position in February 2010, Ms. Wang has been instrumental in extending advertising opportunities and value beyond the traditional broadcast network into innovative approaches to new media and digital applications. She oversees a business group generating multi-billion-dollar revenues annually, through offices in New York, Chicago, Detroit and Los Angeles.

Ms. Wang's senior executive role encompasses ABC Primetime, ABC Daytime, ABC News, ABC Late-Night, ABC Interactive/Digital and ABC Sales Development. She also guides the sales and integrated marketing efforts for Disney/ABC Unlimited, the cross-divisional sales unit of The Walt Disney Company; Disney/ABC Domestic Television Syndication Group; and SOAPNet. Ms. Wang reports directly to Anne Sweeney, co-chair, Disney Media Networks, and president, Disney/ABC Television Group.

Since joining ABC in 1990, Ms. Wang has advanced through various positions of increasing responsibility, gaining hands-on sales and management experience in all dayparts. Her wide-ranging expertise and advertising sales success led to her appointment as senior vice president of Primetime Sales in 2000 and, a decade later, to her current position as president of ABC Sales.

A self-professed "research and numbers fanatic who loves a good spreadsheet," Ms. Wang has long been recognized for her adept research and analytical skills, coupled with her ability to quickly adapt business metrics in an evolving media environment. While at the helm of ABC Primetime Sales, she is also credited with forging closer operational and creative ties with the Network's Primetime Entertainment Group. This has further expanded ABC's leadership in developing new branding and integration opportunities such as interstitial promercials, webisodes and ABC's pioneering advertiser-supported iPad app.

Ms. Wang is a board member of the American Advertising Federation, and she mentors young people through both the National Association of Multi-Ethnicity in Communication and the ABC Media Networks programs. She has been honored as one of Advertising Age magazine's "Women to Watch" and has been named to the "Mediaweek 50" list of top media executives in the U.S. Ms. Wang began her career as a media research analyst at Grey Advertising and is a graduate of Ithaca College.