Entertainment industry mainly includes a wide range of companies offering telecommunications services, TV, streaming, video games, music, and even live concerts. Entertainment industry generally includes radio, film, television and print. This includes box office released in several theaters all over the world, TV shows, indie movies, news, radio shows, newspapers, music, magazines, books, and various other modes.
It is one huge world that has permeated each aspect of our society and you are the few isolated tribes without any contact with civilization, you’re exposed to this entertainment industry by some renowned people like Ryan Kavanaugh in some form or other.
About Ryan Kavanaugh
Ryan Kavanaugh is an American film producer and film studio executive. He’s a founder and was also the former Relativity Media CEO. In 1998, he founded Relativity with $2 million in seed capital from family and friends. In 2000, Kavanaugh led a new fund with $115 million from dozens of hedge funds, to form Relativity Media. Relativity was named one of the “100 Fastest Growing Companies” by Fortune in 2006 and 2007.”
Born on December 4, 1974 in New York City, New York, he attended Cardinal Spellman High School in Eastchester, New Jersey where he was a member of the lacrosse team before going on to attend Amherst College. At Amherst College he majored in English literature and political science with minors in economics and philosophy.
He graduated summa cum laude from Amherst College with a Bachelor Degree in 1995. After graduating college Ryan worked as an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins University where he taught classes like “Introduction to Literary Theory” while also working as a freelance writer for National Public Radio’s Weekend Edition Saturday program. In 1996 Ryan left Johns Hopkins University when his father died unexpectedly leaving him responsible for taking care of his mother who had suffered from Alzheimer’s disease.