Los Angeles, California u.s.A.
Henry Mauriss is the current Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of ClearTV Ltd., one of the country’s fastest-growing away-from-home television content providers. ClearTV, in conjunction with Clear Channel Media and Entertainment, works to bring a higher quality and greater variation of television network content to airports and healthcare facilities such as hospitals and physician offices. It’s an objective that as CEO, Mr. Mauriss has played a fundamental role in executing.
With more than 25 years of experience in consumer marketing and media branding, in addition to a significant amount of experience in company operations and business development, in the last several years, Mr. Mauriss has helped ClearTV achieve a number of company benchmarks, including adding over 200 content partners to its increasingly popular airport and hospital television network, partners that include the Tennis Channel, Fox Network, CBS, the Wall Street Journal channel, and many more. More recently, Mr. Mauriss guided the continued expansion of ClearTV’s television network to four new airports in Raleigh, Dallas, New Orleans and Cleveland. Mr. Mauriss will continue to guide the company as it expands its network reach into even more airports across the country.
A pivotal move in ClearTV’s development as a name and brand came in April 2014 when the company, under the guidance and lead of Henry Mauriss, took a large step in the world of online media by introducing its brand-new TVChannels4U online video network. TVChannels4U will produce and distribute fresh video content to over 3,000 online publisher sites, including Dailymotion, Metacafe, Urbanspoon.com just to name a few, as well as popular social media sites like Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
Online and television network media have not been the only industries in Henry Mauriss’ career. Prior to leading ClearTV, Mr. Mauriss worked in the credit card and consumer finance industry. In fact, in 1998, Mr. Mauriss founded his own credit finance company – Credit America Corporation – and in a twelve-year span as CEO, Mr. Mauriss expanded the company to include marketing call centers, card application processing and recoveries departments, and a staff of over 300 employees. Using a MasterCard credit platform, Credit America Corporation sought to bring once prime consumers back into the credit market through a sophisticated balance transfer program that Mr. Mauriss helped develop. By th