Stuart Sucherman Esq.

Sucherman Group
Sucherman, Stuart

Stuart Sucherman currently advises a number of entertainment and telecommunications companies at his namesake consulting and executive search firm, including network and cable television, motion picture, major league sports, Internet and technology media enterprises such as AETN, CNN, HLN, Paramount, NBC, Discovery Channel, BBC America, and the New York Mets.

Mr. Sucherman formerly was the Executive Director of Media and Society Seminars at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. With Fred Friendly, he co-created, wrote, and produced more than 100 hours of television programming on wide-ranging public policy issues for PBS.

Prior to his role at Columbia, Mr. Sucherman was a Vice President of Corporate Affairs at WNET/Thirteen, New York City; a Program Officer at the Ford Foundation; the Director of Business Affairs for the Public Television Broadcast Laboratory and Sesame Workshop; Assistant to the Director Business Affairs at CBS News, and attorney at the Federal Communications Commissions (FCC).

He has lectured and taught courses on communications and telecommunications at various colleges and universities in the United States and abroad; is a contributing editor to the New York Times Encyclopedia of Television and has written articles for a number of publications, including Channels magazine, Newsday, and the Washington Post. Mr. Sucherman is also on the Board of the New York Mets and 92nd Street Y in New York City, as well as on the Advisory Board at the CUNY School of Journalism.

Mr. Sucherman is a graduate of the University of Michigan and the University of California Law School at Berkeley.

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