Michael Lynton of Sony Joins Board At USC School Of Cinematic Arts

Posted by at 8:59 am on August 28, 2013

Michael Lynton is the latest high-profile Hollywood name to join up with the USC School of Cinematic Arts.

The CEO of Sony Entertainment has been appointed to the school’s Board Of Councilors, which deal with planning and development and maybe most importantly fundraising efforts. Lynton, who went to Harvard, joins board members including chairman Frank Price, Frank Biondi Jr, Barry Diller, Lee Gabler, David Geffen, Brian Grazer, Brad Grey, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Alan Levine, George Lucas, Don Mattrick, Bill M. Mechanic, Barry Meyer, Sidney Poitier, John Riccitiello, Barney Rosenzweig, Scott Sassa, Steven Spielberg, John Wells, Jim Wiatt, Paul Junger Witt, and Robert Zemeckis.

Price said in a statement today: “The Board of Councilors works in the interest of SCA’s students, who will be the future leaders of our industry. Michael is actively working on laying the groundwork for that future, and he will use his expertise to support the students and inspire their future contributions.”

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