Marc Graboff was named president of CORE Media Group Inc. in January, 2012 and left the company in September, 2014 when CORE was merged into Endemol USA. Marc was the senior executive at the company, overseeing all strategic and day-to-day operations as the parent company to 19 Entertainment (American Idol, So You Think You Can Dance) and Sharp Entertainment (Man v. Food, Doomsday Preppers).
Prior to joining CORE, Marc served as President, West Coast Business Operations, for NBC Universal Television Entertainment, a position to which he was appointed in 2010. He was responsible for all business affairs, operations and production activities at NBC Entertainment and Universal Television. He was previously Chairman, NBC Entertainment and Universal Media Studios. Prior to that, he served as Co-Chairman, NBC Entertainment and Universal Media Studios from 2007 to 2009.
From 2006 to 2007, Marc was President, NBC Universal Television, West Coast. In that role, he had oversight of NBC Entertainment, the NBC Universal Television Studio, the NBC Agency, and NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution. He was also the chief business affairs executive for these groups, as well as NBCU’s entertainment cable networks: USA Network, Sci Fi Channel and Bravo.
Prior to his appointment as president, Marc had served as Executive Vice President, NBC Universal Television Group, since 2004. He was named Executive Vice President, NBC West Coast, in 2000, where he oversaw business affairs activities related to all of NBC’s Burbank-based divisions, including NBC Entertainment, NBC Studios and NBC Enterprises.