Eric Ellenbogen, a non-executive director of DHX Media, was the Co-President of Classic Media, a business unit of NBCUniversal Studios. Mr. Ellenbogen has spent more than thirty years running entertainment companies, including senior roles as President of Broadway Video Entertainment (the independent production and distribution company founded by Lorne Michaels); President of Golden Books Family Entertainment; and President and CEO of Marvel Enterprises (subsequently acquired by Disney). Mr. Ellenbogen co-founded Classic Media in 2000, which through a series of acquisitions and divestitures, ultimately became owned by DreamWorks Animation (DWA). At DWA, Mr. Ellenbogen was appointed to the senior management team as Co-Head of DreamWorks Classics and DreamWorks International Television. During his tenure with DWA, Mr. Ellenbogen was significantly responsible for the company's entry into the television business. Following DWA's sale to NBCUniversal, Mr. Ellenbogen was asked to become Co-President of Classic Media, which was re-started as a business unit of NBCUniversal. Mr. Ellenbogen has served as a director of Golden Books and Marvel, then both public companies, as well as a member of the Board of Trustees of The Public Theater in New York City. He has held adjunct professorships at UCLA, Columbia University Business School and NYU's Stern School of Business, where he taught courses in entertainment industry studies. He is a graduate of Harvard College and holds an MBA from UCLA.