Radar Partners’ Stratton Sclavos is joining the new online network formed by Jeff Kwatinetz and Rich Frank’s Prospect Park. This is the management, media and production company that recently forged a multi-year, multi-platform licensing agreement with Disney/ABC Domestic Television Group to continue production of All My Children and One Life to Live after their ABC runs end. Sclavos was formerly chairman of the board, president and CEO of VeriSign, where he started as one of its first employees in 1995 and helped grow the company into an international corporation with $1.6B in revenue. Sclavos will advise the network on technology, infrastructure and overall content delivery — the key components to delivering those new soap opera properties to loyal viewers. Azure Capital’s Mike Kwatinetz, who was also named to the network’s board, will provide the company with strategic guidance.
Prospect Park Adds Ex-VeriSign CEO Stratton Sclavos Before Soap Opera Push
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