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Jack is founder of Women Advancing, an all-women’s dual-mentoring support group with 6,000 members in nine chapters; he has been an advocate of empowering young people as mentors and founded First5 to support people in the first five years of their careers. He is leading the development of a new organization, FutureMen, in association with the publication of his new video series and book, The Future of Men: A Species Reborn. He also founded Media Legends, honoring the executives who have led the industry over the past four decades. MyersBizNet publishes MediaBizBloggers, Planet Ed, Wall St. Speaks Out, and Lunch at Michael’s.
Jack’s career includes sales and management positions at CBS, ABC and Metromedia. He is a Board Member of the Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University, and served on the Advisory Board for the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development at New York University where he studied Media Ecology with Dr. Neil Postman. He is chairman of the International Radio and Television Society (IRTS). He is also a board member of the TD Foundation, serving veteran families impacted by the conflicts in Afghanistan and the Mideast, and of the John A. Reisenbach Foundation, which supports safety in New York City.
"I am NoMan, Emperor of the Internet, Online Imperator and Lord of IPv6, Imperial ruler of the web, Grand King of the Ethernet, Keeper of the Royal Encryption Algorithms, Monarch of Virtual World. If I allow you to communicate with me, you will address me as, Your Majesty, the Heavenly Digital Sovereign."Read More
Super Bowl XLIX is about to remind everyone, yet again, that the biggest football game of the year is a cultural phenomenon that drives massive engagement. It attracts approximately 110 million people (about 46% of American households) during game time on TV, with this number of viewers remaining roughly the same, year over year (source: Nielsen). On YouTube, however, engagement with the event is dramatically expanding. More and more people are not only watching the game on TV, but also turning to platforms like YouTube to search for a huge variety of Super Bowl-related content. For example, we see 5x growth in world-wide search interest for the Super Bowl on YouTube in the month of January.Read More