Global Conference 2011
President, Content, AT&T
Dan York is president of content for AT&T, heading content strategy and acquisition for all AT&T platforms, including television, broadband and wireless. York and his team set the content strategy for each platform and negotiate all linear and on-demand programming deals, including national networks, sports, music, movies, international, interactive services and broadcast television. Prior to joining AT&T, York was senior vice president of programming and development at iN Demand Networks, where he oversaw all content acquisition, program planning, scheduling and distribution to other platforms. He previously spent more than 12 years at HBO, most recently as vice president and general manager of Time Warner Sports/HBO PPV. There he was responsible for marketing, content acquisition and distribution, programming operations and sponsorship. A 20-year media veteran, he started his career at HBO in marketing. York holds bachelor's and master's degrees from Michigan State University.