Brotman Resigns as MTR President

Jun 3, 2005  •  Post A Comment

The Museum of Television & Radio announced the resignation of its president of 14 months, Stuart N. Brotman, Friday and said it would conduct a national search for Mr. Brotman’s replacement.

No explanation for the abrupt departure was offered in the announcement. Frank A. Bennack, Jr., chairman of the board of trustees of the museum, said, “We are deeply grateful for Stuart’s service. … He leaves with the respect of all involved in the museum’s work and with our best wishes for success in his future endeavors.”

A statement from Mr. Brotman, who previously headed his own consulting firm, said, “I leave with a profound appreciation of the museum’s mission and with a sense of accomplishment. I look forward to remaining active in the global media, entertainment, telecommunications and technology industries through new avenues of opportunity.”