Robert F.X. Sillerman
Bob has pioneered some of the most successful businesses in television, radio, promotion, marketing & live entertainment. Through the sales of SFX Entertainment and SFX Broadcasting, he’s also driven some of the largest transactions in the history of live entertainment and radio. Viggle is Sillerman’s ninth public company.
Peter C. Horan
Peter is an entrepreneur with a successful background building media & internet businesses. He’s currently Executive Chairman of Halogen Network. Formerly CEO of IAC Media & Advertising, where he oversaw Ask.com, Citysearch, Evite, Pronto, and IAC Mobile. Horan previously served as CEO for AllBusiness.com, About.com (pioneering the company’s turnaround) and DevX.com. He spent 10 years at International Data Group; served as SVP & Publisher of Computerworld; and held senior account management roles at ad agencies such as BBD&O and Ogilvy & Mather.
Michael is the founding partner of 17 Broad LLC, a diversified investment vehicle and securities consulting firm. Prior to founding 17 Broad, from 2002 to 2007, Mr. Meyer served as Managing Director and Head of Credit Sales and Trading for Bank of America. Prior to that, Mr. Meyer spent four years as the Head of High Grade Credit Sales and Trading for UBS. Mr. Meyer is a member of the Board of Directors and Chair of the Audit Committee of Circle Entertainment Inc.
John D. Miller
John is the Chief Investment Officer of W.P. Carey & Co. LLC. He also founded StarVest Partners, L.P. and before that was President of Rothschild Ventures Inc., the private investments unit of Rothschild North America. He also served as President & CEO of Equitable Capital Management Corporation, an investment advisory subsidiary of The Equitable. Mr. Miller served as a director of CKX, Inc from 2005 – 2009.
Mitchell J. Nelson
Mitch was appointed Director, Executive Vice President, and Secretary in February 2011. Mr. Nelson also serves as Senior Legal Advisor of SFX Entertainment Inc., and as Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of Circle Entertainment, Inc. Mitchell has also served as President of Atlas Real Estate Funds, Inc., a private investment fund which invested in United States-based real estate securities, from 1994 to 2008, as Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs for Flag Luxury Properties, LLC from 2003. Prior to 2008, Mr. Nelson served as counsel to various law firms, having started his career in 1973 at the firm of Wien, Malkin & Bettex. At Wien, Malkin & Bettex, which he left in 1992, he became a senior partner with supervisory responsibility for various commercial real estate properties. Mr. Nelson is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Real Estate Development at Columbia University. He was a director of The Merchants Bank of New York and its holding company until its merger with, and remains on the Advisory Board of Valley National Bank. Additionally, he has served on the boards of various not-for-profit organizations, including as a director of the 92nd Street YMHA and a trustee of Collegiate School, both in New York City.
Joseph F. Rascoff
Joseph is a storied business manager for musical artists. As a co-founder of The RZO Companies, he’s represented top talents including The Rolling Stones, U2, and The Estate of Elvis Presley. Between ’74 – ’78, Mr. Rascoff was a partner in Hurdman & Cranstoun, a predecessor to the accounting firm KPMG. Since 2005, he’s been an Advisory Director of Van Wagner Communications LLC.
Harriet Seitler is Executive Vice President of Harpo Studios. She’s a veteran with 16 years’ experience expanding the Oprah brand, marketing The Oprah Winfrey Show, creating strategic partnerships and developing new platforms. She grew Oprah.com into a premier lifestyle website and was a key player in the successful launch of the popular Dr. Oz Show. Prior to joining Harpo, Seitler served as vice president, marketing at ESPN and Senior Vice President, Marketing & Promotion at MTV.
Birame N. Sock
Birame is the founder and the Chief Executive Officer of Third Solutions, Inc., a leading digital receipts company, which she founded in 2007. In 2002, Ms. Sock founded Musicphone, a wireless entertainment company, which she led until its acquisition by Gracenote, Inc. in 2007. Ms. Sock served as a member of the Board of Directors of CKX Inc. from 2005 until 2006, when she became a consultant for CKX Inc. and affiliated companies. Ms. Sock attended the University of Miami, where she studied computer science and broadcasting.