Douglas Warshaw

For over three decades Douglas has been successfully creating, developing and selling award winning content for television, film, print and pure digital, launching interactive companies, designing cutting-edge interactive applications and websites, forging strategic content partnerships, and creating innovative marketing campaigns over multiple media platforms.

As a television programmer, producer, writer and director, Douglas has won 4 Emmy Awards and received 12 Emmy nominations for his work at ESPN, NBC Olympics, ABC Sports, ABC News & Special Events and Classic Sports Network (now ESPN Classic), where he was a founding member and served as Senior Vice President, Programming & Production for the launch of the network through it's first five years and its sale to ESPN.

Online since 1999, Douglas has created and repositioned companies, and created innovative marketing campaigns that have garnered both press and results for HBO ("The Sopranos" and HBO Boxing), Showtime Networks, and Victoria's Secret, among others. He also has been the Chief Digital Officer for Maxim and Blender magazines, and the EVP Marketing & Sales for Interactive Video Technologies (IVT).

In 2005 Douglas co-founded Motionbox.com, a personal video-sharing service and community website in the forefront of the user-generated video revolution. The company was sold to HP in 2010 and now is the video backbone of HP's SnapFish.com consumer photo and video site. Under his leadership as Chief Marketing Officer & Head of Business Development, Motionbox was the first user-generated video site to partner with a major media company, enabling NBC Universal's Owned & Operated stations to combine their assets with user-generated videos, and safely expand their brands into the exploding world of user-generated video on the web.

As a media consultant, Douglas has worked with clients as varied as HBO, Showtime, ESPN.com, the United States Olympic Committee, College Sports Television, CNBC, Gagosian Gallery, and private equity firms specializing in media and communications investments, including Quadrangle Group and Allen & Co.

Douglas is a contributing writer to Fortune Magazine, where he writes on media, technology and digital trends. His writings on sports, race, journalism and theater have appeared in the New York Times and GQ Magazine, and his musings about media trends, along with theories and their practical applications in the contempo