Howard is CEO of Arts Alliance Media.
Before joining Arts Alliance Media in April 2005, he was CFO/SVP of Business Operations of Universal Pictures International. He was instrumental in driving the growth of the organization from $300 million to over $1.5 billion in revenue.
Prior to Universal, Howard was SVP at PolyGram Video in New York, where he helped raise revenue from $40 million to $300 million over a five year period. He also worked at EMI Music Publishing and in the video and theatrical divisions of Orion Pictures.
Howard has a BS in Applied Economics from Hofstra University and an MBA in Finance from Baruch College.
Founded by Lucas Bertrand, MoMedia TV is a leading digital media business that delivers film and TV to digital and broadcast platforms. It’s an independent business with backers including Endemol.
MoMedia’s managed content services business provides content strategy, acquisitions, VoD and linear channel aggregation, as well as legal, technical, scheduling and marketing services to digital platforms.
In 2014, it launched Project Loopr with Infostrada Creative Services of Netherlands. Loopr provides distribution, processing and management of films to major global and VoD services. Across all platforms, MoMedia TV works with over 500 TV and film producers, distributors and TV channels.
Hillbilly Films and Television
Hillbilly Films & Television is run by producers Kate Norrish and Polly Leys. They won the BAFTA for Best Single Drama for Random in 2012 having also been nominated in the same category for Holy Flying Circus.
The team's first feature film, Second Coming, starring Nadine Marshall and Idris Elba received its world premiere at Toronto 2014 and is in competition for Best First Feature at the London Film Festival. The company specialises in high-end, bold, authored drama with an edgy mainstream feel and is in development with all of the UK broadcasters.
Photo: Mentor Howard Kiedaisch