Greater Talent Network (GTN)
Greater Talent Network Speakers Bureau (GTN) is an American speakers bureau based in New York. GTN is known for its prominent speakers, including authors Michael Lewis, Tom Wolfe and Nicholas Sparks, NYPD commissioner Ray Kelly, Ron Paul, Michael Moore, Rep. Harold Ford Jr., Billy Beane, Marcus Luttrell, co-founders of Ben & Jerry's, Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield and actress Mia Farrow among others. The agency, founded in 1982 by CEO Don Epstein, became notable after representing various political figures like Richard Holbrooke, as well as cultural icons Hunter Thompson, Abbie Hoffman and Timothy Leary.
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