Ben Roy has been promoted to Vice President of Programming & Development for dick clark productions. In this role, Roy will oversee production of all sponsorship integrations, including perennials like the American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest and the Academy of Country Music Awards.
Roy recently served as Co-Executive Producer for the Carol Burnett 50th Anniversary Special and Co-Executive Producer of the Golden Globe 75th Anniversary Special. Roy reports to dick clark productions’ EVP of Programming & Development, Mark Bracco.
“Ben’s sharp eye and instincts have made him a great asset in both production and development at DCP,” said Bracco. “I look forward to working closely with him for many years to come.”
Prior to joining dcp, Roy worked under live TV Producer and Director, Don Mischer for six years. While at Don Mischer Productions, he worked on three Academy Awards, four Emmy Awards, Don Rickles: One Night Only, FOX 25th Anniversary Special, China’s Huading Awards, and the “9/11 Memorial from Ground Zero.” Additionally, Roy has worked in development at Warner Bros. Studios and DreamWorks casting for film, television and animation. A native of New Hampshire, Roy graduated from the S.I. NewHouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University with a Bachelor’s in Television, Radio & Film.
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