Homonoff, Howard

SVP | MediaLink

Homonoff, Howard

Howard Homonoff is a Senior Vice President and part of the leadership team at MediaLink. A well-known thought leader, Howard is credited with helping establish and grow PwC's global Entertainment, Media & Communications advisory practice. He is a recognized expert at creating growth strategies for traditional and digital media companies and advising on strategic partnerships among media companies, brands, agencies and tech firms.

A weekly contributor to Forbes.com, where he regularly covers cutting-edge topics and trends related to the media industry, Howard also serves as: Adjunct Professor of Media Economics at The New School's graduate program for media management and Senior Fellow at Columbia Business School's Institute on Tele-Information (CITI). He was previously Producer and Host of Media Reporter, a NYC-based cable program produced in conjunction with CITI, which features leading figures from the entertainment, media and communications world.

Prior to his work as a strategic advisor, Howard served as NBCU Cable Networks' General Counsel and then Vice President and General Manager of CNBC Strategic Ventures, where he was responsible for P&L management of NBCU's early stage business units including streaming media, broadcast syndication, and interactive TV and video, and helped launch CNBC World. Throughout his career Howard has worked with global clients such as Comcast/NBCU, Fox Cable Networks, Warner Bros., Procter & Gamble and Verizon; and advertising industry clients such as the Association of National Advertisers and the American Association of Advertising Agencies. He also served previously as Counsel to the U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on Telecommunications and Finance.

Howard is a graduate of Cornell University and New York University School of Law.