Joseph M. Cohen Elected to NMT Board of Directors

Oct 20, 2003 12:00 PM, Editors

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National Mobile Television Inc. (NMT) announced that its Board of Directors has elected Joseph M. Cohen as a director of the company, effective immediately. Cohen has been appointed to serve on both the Compensation and Governance Committees, and will also be the fifth director on the NMT Board, joining Steve Clifford, Mark Howorth, Chris Brothers and Jim Ford.

In addition to his new responsibilities for NMT, Cohen currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of HTN Communications, which he acquired for the third time in June 2003. The company, which is anchored by the former Hughes Television Network, will serve as the foundation for future acquisitions in sports, television and communications. Prior to his current tenure as owner of HTN, Cohen co-founded USA Network and implemented MSG’s HDTV initiative in 2000. His previous experience includes stints as president of Madison Square Garden Network, principal owner of the Z channel in Los Angeles and chairman of the NHL’s Los Angeles Kings. Most recently, he served as executive VP of Madison Square Garden, where he returned from 1995 through 2002 to oversee the MSG Network, Fox Sports Net New York and MSG Radio.

“I am honored to be selected to the National Mobile Television Board of Directors,” said Cohen. “I look forward to working with the other boardmembers and management of NMT in breaking new ground and furthering the success of the company.”

“Mr. Cohen will be a very important ingredient in the mix here at NMT,” said Steve Clifford, Chairman of the Board of NMT. “His numerous accomplishments in the field of sports television speak for themselves. Simply put, he knows what it takes to grow and thrive in this industry, both in terms of technology and company size. NMT will benefit from his insights and experience in the months and years to come.”

“We are pleased to welcome Joe Cohen to National Mobile Television’s board of directors,” commented Mark Howorth, CEO of NMT. “His proven track record and knowledge of the industry will be invaluable assets to the company as we continue to grow and push the technological envelope into the high-definition age.”

For more information, visit www.nmtv.com.






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