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|Occupation||Founder and CEO of Classic Media|
Eric Ellenbogen in an American entertainment executive.
In 1987, Ellenbogen became head of Broadway Video. At Golden Books Family Entertainment in 1996, Eric was president. Ellenbogen was appointed CEO and president of Marvel Enterprises in November 1998 and served until July 1999.
Together with John Engelman in May 2000, Ellenbogen launched Classic Media. After the sale of Classic Media to Entertainment Rights in 2007, Ellenbogen left Classic Media, along with Engelman. The two join forces in January 2008 with GTCR to form Boomerang Media, LLC. Boomerang Media purchased Entertainment Rights in 2009, bringing Classic Media back under his control. in 2012 DreamWorks Animation bought Classic Media and renamed it DreamWorks Classics. Later in 2016, DreamWorks Animation and its assets, including DreamWorks Classics, was purchased by NBCUniversal. He is currently[when?] the head of DreamWorks Animation's television division.
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