Sandy Grushow, former chairman of Fox Television Entertainment Group, has joined the Board of Advisors for Rooftop Comedy.
Grushow will advise the company on branded entertainment, original programming and business development initiatives.
Rooftop Comedy’s other advisors include Andy Beers, former founding director of MSN Video, and Stuart Bonn, former CEO AnyRiver Entertainment and senior VP of Electronic Arts.
Grushow oversaw Fox Broadcasting Company and 20th Century Fox Television Studio’s entertainment operations as chairman of Fox Television Entertainment Group. He also served as the head of Fox’s Phase Two Productions. He took the Fox network from two nights of programming to seven and oversaw hits such as “The Simpsons,” “Family Guy,” “In Living Color,” “Beverly Hills 90210,” “American Idol,” “24,” “The X Files,” “Arrested Development,” “Ally McBeal” and “The Bernie Mac Show.”
“We are so honored that Sandy has agreed to join our Board of Advisors,” said Will C. Rogers, founder and CEO of Rooftop Comedy. “His depth of knowledge and years of experience will be invaluable to us, especially at this time of significant growth and expansion.”
Rooftop Comedy is a producer of branded entertainment that records and distributes live performance comedy every night from its worldwide network of comedy clubs.