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Executive Vice President, NBCUniversal Digital Enterprises
Evan Shapiro is Executive Vice President, Digital Enterprises at NBCUniversal. Shapiro works
on the company-wide strategic development of digital opportunities to reach emerging
audiences, including alternative platforms and direct to consumer distribution models.
Shapiro joined NBCUniversal in December 2014. Previously, Shapiro was President of
Participant Media’s Pivot. He launched the channel in August of 2013, growing its reach to 44+
million subscribers and winning the network an Emmy Award in its first year. At Pivot, Shapiro
was responsible for original programming and all aspects of the network’s business affairs.
Prior to Pivot, Shapiro served as President of IFC TV and Sundance Channel, where he steered
both networks to new business and programming models that garnered each network their first
Primetime Emmy nominations, as well as a Golden Globe Award win for Sundance Channel.
He has also executive produced numerous acclaimed original documentaries and series,
including This Film Is Not Yet Rated, which challenged the MPAA for its ratings practices; the
Peabody Award-winning Brick City, which chronicled a year in the life of Newark’s Mayor Cory
Booker; Emmy Award-winning HitRecord On TV, R. Kelly’s one-of-a-kind ‘hip-hopera,’
Trapped in the Closet; and most recently, the two-time Peabody Award-winning hit series
Shapiro is Chairman of the Board of The Ghetto Film School, where he helped open the Cinema
School, the nation’s first public high school for film and recently helped launch the
organization’s Los Angeles chapter. He is also on the Board of Arts Nova, New York City’s
premiere Off-Broadway hub for new talent. Shapiro is an Adjunct Professor at NYU’s Stern
School of Business where he teaches TV Management.
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