Eric Doctorow brings to Random Media over 30 years experience managing worldwide home entertainment organizations for major studios and independent companies. Most recently Mr. Doctorow led Miramax’s global home entertainment business when the company was re-launched as an independent company. Before that, Mr. Doctorow was General Manager, MGM Worldwide, managing the MGM home entertainment business. Previously he spent twenty years with Paramount Home Entertainment, rising to President, Worldwide Home Entertainment, a position he held for ten years.
Mr. Doctorow is a founding member of DEG, a past board member of NARM, and a previous inductee into the Video Industry Hall of Fame.
An executive producer of The MEG, Cowboys & Aliens and longtime studio senior entertainment executive. Founder of The Greenberg Group, a global entertainment investment/ content advisory firm, and the Resolution Talent Agency. Greenberg’s strategic campaigns have produced over $5 billion at the international box office.
Greenberg was a senior entertainment consultant at a comic book company and was the Senior Vice President/Head of International theatrical marketing and distribution for Universal Pictures, where he released such films as The Bourne Identity, 8 Mile, Intolerable Cruelty, The Mummy Returns, Jurassic Park III, The Fast and the Furious, 2Fast 2Furious and American Pie II among many others.
Joshua Greer has been identifying new technologies and turning them into profitable products and businesses for over 25 years. As co-founder and president of RealD, his ability to recognize early technology and market trends while quickly generating and locking up critical intellectual property allowed the company to become the industry leader in 3D technology across cinema, consumer electronics, and medical applications. Joshua is a frequent speaker on technology and business and is involved with many medical initiatives at Cedars-Sinai, Children's Hospital and 11Health. He is a 2011 Henry Crown Fellow of the Aspen Institute and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.
Global entertainment marketing executive LeeAnne Stables is a respected force throughout the motion picture industry for her ability to creatively balance the interests of corporate brands with studio campaigns and top filmmakers. At Paramount Pictures Corporation she served as President of Worldwide Marketing Partnerships & Licensing, and President of Consumer Products. Her accomplishments for the studio include General Motors’s long-running association with the blockbuster Transformers franchise, the Audi R8 integration with Iron Man, and an award-winning promotional campaign for J.J. Abrams’s reinvention of Star Trek. Her campaign for Star Trek: Into Darkness resulted in Microsoft’s first-ever movie promotional deal. Before joining Paramount, she led marketing as SVP for Sega GameWorks and served as CMO for Trizec Retail & Entertainment, developers of the Kodak Theatre Complex.
Named by the New York Times as an "Artist to Watch," Evette Vargas is an award-winning writer, director, producer, multiplatform and Virtual Reality creator. Vargas' work includes series for Amazon, MTV, Bravo, DirectTV; as well as writing, apps, games and branded entertainment for Fast & Furious, the Lord of the Rings trilogy and Madonna. Vargas executive produced, wrote and directed her digital series Dark Prophet, starring Henry Rollins. The series was nominated for two Emmys in the Interactive category. The Virtual Reality series will premiere on the Sony PlayStation VR. Vargas recently sold her one-hour series Muses to Turner Broadcasting Super Deluxe, is developing her show Trans with Electus, and her series Tempest with The Wolper Organization. Vargas is a member of the Writers Guild of America, the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, the Producers Guild of America and serves on the advisory board of the Alliance of Women Directors.