Until he retired in December 2015 Mark was Co-Head of Television at and a member of the Board of Directors of William Morris Endeavor (WME).
Currently he is a corporate Board of Director, producer, consultant and an entrepreneur in the media business. He is currently executive producing College Bowl hosted by Payton Manning for NBC, House Calls with Dr. Phil for CBS Prime and Tent Mender for Amazon.
Mark has been a member of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for thirty years, a two-term Governor, and spent six years on the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Executive Committee.
In addition, Mark chaired the Blue Ribbon Panel Committee which successfully instituted “at-home” viewing of the Prime Time Emmy Awards and was the Chairman of the ATAS Hall of Fame Committee for four years.
Mark was also the first agent appointed to NATPE’s (National Association of Television Programming Executives) Executive Board.