Nielsen Holdings plc announced the addition of Nancy Tellem as a member of the company’s Board of Directors, effective December 18, 2019.

Tellem is a widely respected media industry veteran. Her experience includes stints at CBS, Warner Brothers, Microsoft, and MGM. Over the years she has been the President, CBS Entertainment Network and CBS Studios; President, XBOX Entertainment Studios; and head of business affairs for Warner Brothers Television. She is currently the Chief Media Officer and Executive Chairwoman of Eko, an interactive streaming service that uses proprietary technologies to reimagine storytelling.

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“Nancy’s deep and varied experience in the media business will be a significant asset for the Nielsen Board of Directors. We are thrilled to have her join the board at such a transformational time for the content of all types,” said James Attwood, Chairman of the Board, Nielsen.

“Technology and consumer behavior are changing at a furious pace for content owners, distributors, and advertisers. A respected and independent measurement and analytics company will be even more important in the future than it’s ever been in the past. It’s an exciting moment for the industry and for Nielsen. I’m delighted to join the board at this time,” commented Tellem.

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“One media truth requires a deep and thorough understanding of the business in this age of transformation. We are fortunate to have Nancy’s passion, knowledge and expertise at this crucial time for our company,” commented David Kenny, Chief Executive Officer, Nielsen.

Nancy holds the board and advisory positions at numerous digital and media-related companies, including Eko, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and 212 Media. She is a Trustee of both the Cranbrook Art Academy and Museum and Seeds of Peace. Nancy has been honored with a number of awards, including induction into the Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame, listing on Forbes list of the world’s 100 most powerful women, and she was a recipient of the Brandon Tartikoff Legacy Award in recognition of her “extraordinary passion, leadership, independence and vision.”

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