Global Conference 2010
CEO, Multimedia, Bloomberg LP
Andrew Lack is CEO of Multimedia at Bloomberg LP, responsible for television, Internet, mobile and radio operations. Before joining Bloomberg, Lack was Chairman and CEO of Sony Music Entertainment, where he merged Sony Music with the Bertelsmann Music Group and started Sony BMG's theatrical film business. Before joining Sony, he was president and chief operating officer of NBC, overseeing entertainment, news, NBC stations, sales, and broadcast and network operations. He was responsible for expanding the "Today" show to three hours and creating its street-side studio. Previously Lack was president of NBC News and served in various positions at CBS News, where he created and acted as executive producer of the newsmagazine "West 57th" and as a producer for "60 Minutes." Lack's broadcasts at CBS earned numerous honors, including 16 Emmys and four Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Awards. He received a bachelor's degree from the College of Fine Arts at Boston University.