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Join the Broadcast, Cable & Film division to honor Nancy Daniels and Lori York for their outstanding accomplishments in the broadcast industry and in philanthropy, and to celebrate the impact UJA makes when we stand up and stand together for causes we believe in.
Broadcast, Cable & Film Leadership
Chairs: Sean Cohan, Eric Wattenberg, Lori York
Chair Emeritus: Evan Shapiro
Committee: Eric Avram, Rick Elbaum, Michael Fricklas, Meredith Gertler, Patti Grabel, Elana Mandelup, Andy Marks, Mindy Mervis, Adam Mirels, Mosheh Oinounou, Bill Platt, Randi Pollack, Steve Raizes, Josh Reader, Jonathan Rubenstein, Matthew Salloway, Anna Schecter, Rob S. Sharenow, Jonathan Sichel, Ellen Stone, Allison Wallach
Nancy oversees all creative and brand strategy, development, production, multiplatform, communications, marketing, and day-to-day operations for Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, and Science Channel. Previously, Daniels was president of TLC and executive vice president of production and development at Discovery Channel, where she played a critical role in driving both networks’ success. Before working at TLC and Discovery, Nancy served as vice president of alternative series development at CBS, working on the network’s key reality properties including Survivor, The Amazing Race, and Big Brother.
Nancy is a mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Los Angeles and was honored for her work as a mentor and big sister during the annual Accessories for Success Spring Scholarship Luncheon. Nancy is also responsible for launching the public affairs initiative Give a Little TLC. She initiated its first-ever Give A Little Awards to highlight the fight against bullying. In 2016, while working with TLC, Nancy helped launch the I AM campaign, which champions empowerment and celebrating peoples’ differences.
As an agent in the television – alternative department of CAA, Lori represents many of the world’s leading unscripted production companies, including Big Fish Entertainment, Zero Point Zero Productions, and Box to Box Films. She also helps many of CAA’s top athletes cross over into the entertainment space, both during and after their athletic careers. Among her sports clients are Dwyane Wade, Chris Paul, Carmelo Anthony, Aaron Rodgers, and JJ Watt.
Prior to joining CAA in 2016, York was a partner in the alternative television department at ICM Partners. Previously, she spent six years at N.S. Bienstock, where she served as a television packaging agent. She was also a development executive at Spike TV and spent three years at IF Management.
This event features a commemorative journal. For further information, please contact Melissa Welger at or 212.836.1415.
Journal Ad Deadline: Wednesday, June 30, 2020
Journal Ad Specifications
Live Area: Full page: 4.5” wide x 7.5” deep
Ads at Silver level and above can be color (CMYK) or black & white, and non-bleed. White page ads must be black & white and non-bleed. Please e-mail digital files, press-resolution PDFs, or 300 DPI JPGs or TIFFs to Melissa Welger at . Faxes or photocopies cannot be accepted. If UJA-Federation is mentioned in the ad, please note it’s spelled with a hyphen and without the article the. The ads submitted should contain a congratulatory message and not promote or advertise a business.