FORT LAUDERADLE, Fla.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--The Movie Studio, Inc. (OTC:Symbol: DSTV) proudly announces the formation of a Board of Advisors as it emerges from its reorganization. The company’s CEO, Gordon Scott Venters announced that Nyhl Henson has elected to join the board as its first member. Mr. Venters states, "The Movie Studio, Inc. is excited to welcome Mr. Henson as he brings significant insight which he developed over a long and successful career in the entertainment industry and we are excited to welcome to our Board of Advisors."
“The Movie Studio, Inc. is excited to welcome Mr. Henson as he brings significant insight which he developed over a long and successful career in the entertainment industry and we are excited to welcome to our Board of Advisors.”
Nyhl Henson is an early pioneer in the media industry having served as the first General Manager of Nickelodeon TV and was a key developer of MTV from Nickelodeon's "Pop Clips” program. He was also founder and CEO of Country Music Television (CMT) as well as CEO of Craftsman and Scribes Creative Workshop, an award winning New York based children’s television production company. Mr. Henson also helped create the pay-per-view genre and launched the first pay-per-view network while working as Vice President of programming and production with Oak Media Development. Currently, he holds positions on various boards including, Broadspot World Wide Wireless and National Lampoon Entertainment.
As an early proponent and industry leader in the development of the wireless broadband business model, Nyhl Henson helped to deploy the nation’s first profitable wireless systems. Nyhl currently serves as the Chairman of DJ Central Digital Hong Kong whose motto is to “Let the Global Dance Party Begin!”
The Movie Studio, Inc. is currently involved with substantial feature film projects, music videos, television shows and other intellectual properties.
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