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Eric Robison is a business advisor who has worked for over two decades with entertainment, media, and technology companies.
Since the mid-1990s, he has worked in producing capacities with independent filmmakers on a variety of acclaimed projects: he associate-produced John Sayles' Spanish-language feature Men with Gunsand Michael Apted's documentary about the creative process entitled Inspirations; co-produced Marleen Gorris' The Luzhin Defence, starring Emily Watson and John Turturro; co-produced Rose Troche's The Safety of Objects, starring Glenn Close, Dermot Mulroney, and Patricia Clarkson; and executive-produced Victor Nunez' Coastlines (which world-premiered at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival), starring Josh Brolin, Sarah Wynter, and Timothy Olyphant.
Robison works with Vulcan Productions and Vulcan Inc. (the company that manages all business interests for investor Paul G. Allen) as a consultant. He previously worked at Vulcan Productions as general manager/vice president; and at Vulcan Inc. as vice president of business development and project development.
Based in Montecito, CA, he also currently serves on the boards of directors of CNET Networks, the leading provider of information about technology; and Cumulus Media, which operates 245 radio stations in 53 markets.