Barry M. Meyer is the CEO of North Ten Mile Associates and the former Chairman of Warner Bros., after having served as Chairman and CEO since 1999, and as the Studio's Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer since 1994. Mr. Meyer joined the Company in 1971 as Director, Business Affairs for Warner Bros. Television, following two and a half years in both the legal and business affairs departments of the ABC Television Network. In 1972, he was named Vice President, Business Affairs, Warner Bros. Television. In 1978, he became Executive Vice President for the television division and in 1984, he was promoted to Executive Vice President of Warner Bros. Inc. Mr. Meyer was also an integral architect in the formation of The WB Television Network, and in the founding of The CW. Mr. Meyer is a member of the Board of Councilors of the USC School of Cinematic Arts; a member of the Board of Directors of the Motion Picture Association of America; a member of the Board of the Museum of Television & Radio; a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences; a member and former Governor of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences; and a member and past member of the Board of the Hollywood Radio and Television Society and serves on the Board of Directors of Human Rights Watch. In 2010, he was honored with the Directors Guild of America's Honorary Life Member Award and was also recognized with the American Jewish Committee's 2006 Dorothy and Sherrill C. Corwin Human Relations Award for his many humanitarian efforts. Also in 2006, he was presented with the Motion Picture Showmanship Award at the 43rd Annual ICG Publicists Awards. Mr. Meyer resides in Los Angeles, CA.
NMAH Board Member; Chairman, Nominating Committee; CEO, North Ten Mile Associates