Loeb & Loeb LLP is pleased to announce that partner Marc Chamlin, chair of the firm’s Television Practice, has been elected to the Board of Trustees of New York Public Radio.
An independent and innovative nonprofit, New York Public Radio is both a global leader in audio content creation and the largest public radio station group in the nation. Home to three of the country’s leading public radio stations – WNYC FM, WNYC AM and WQXR FM – the organization brings its listeners a uniquely thought-provoking and soul-enriching array of news, current affairs, music, and cultural programming.
"New York Public Radio is a prestigious institution embedded in the life of New Yorkers and nationally renowned for its programs," said Mr. Chamlin. "It provides a vital service to the public as a source for independent news and as an incubator for inspiring ideas and voices that engage conversation within our community. I’ve been a loyal listener and a strong supporter for decades and I look forward to contributing to the organization’s mission on an even greater level.”
Mr. Chamlin maintains a diverse legal practice that includes the representation of television, film and digital media companies, as well as actors, directors, writers, book authors and other high-level talent in the full spectrum of transactional entertainment matters. In addition, he structures and negotiates complex investments, joint ventures, corporate mergers and licensing transactions for iconic media personalities, privately-held television companies and legacy literary and intellectual properties, as well as for institutional media companies.
For more information about New York Public Radio, visit http://www.nypublicradio.org/