Gene F. Jankowski
Gene F. Jankowski "is a member of the Board of Advisors of Veronis Suhler Stevenson. From 1995 through 2004 he was an Advisor Managing Director of VSS. Mr. Jankowski focuses his activities on television broadcasting, filmed entertainment, radio broadcasting, and subscription video services. In 1994, Mr. Jankowski joined VSS after a 28-year career at CBS. In 1970 he was appointed General Sales Manager of WCBSTV, the CBS flagship station in New York. He then became Vice President of Sales for the nationwide CBS Television stations division and was later named Vice President and Controller for CBS Inc. In 1977, Mr. Jankowski became President and Chairman of the CBS Broadcasting Group, a position he held for 12 years until 1989, when he left CBS to form his own company. Mr. Jankowski graduated from Canisius College and Michigan State University with a master's degree in radio, television and film. He holds honorary doctorate degrees from Canisius College and Michigan State. Mr. Jankowski is Chairman of the Board at the Trans-Lux Corporation. He is the co-author of Reflections on Television: It Won't Be What You Think." 
- Director, American Film Institute
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- Gene F. Jankowski, Veronis Suhler Stevenson, accessed April 24, 2008.