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Marc B. Nathanson

Born: c. 1946

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Business
Party Affiliation: Democratic

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Billionaire, Falcon Cable TV

Wife: Jane F. Nathanson (one daughter, two sons)
Daughter: Nicole
Son: Adam
Son: David

    University: BA Mass Communications, University of Denver
    University: MA Political Science, University of California at Santa Barbara

    Mapleton Investments LLC Chairman (1999-)
    Enstar Communications Corp. Chairman and CEO (1988-99)
    Falcon Holding Group, Inc. Founder, Chairman, CEO (1975-99)
    Teleprompter Corporation VP Marketing (-1975)
    Member of the Board of Charter Communications (2000-)
    Member of the Board of Cypress Communications
    Member of the Board of Teleprompter Corporation
    Member of the Board of Time Warner Cable
    Aspen Institute Trustee
    US Official Broadcasting Board of Governors (1995-2002, as Chairman, 1998-2002)
    Albanian-American Enterprise Fund Trustee
    Cable Television Administration and Marketing Society
    California Cable Television Association Past President
    Council on Foreign Relations
    Friends for Harry Reid
    Gephardt for President
    Gore 2000
    Hillary Clinton for President
    Hillary Rodham Clinton for US Senate Committee
    John Edwards for President
    National Cable Television Association Board of Directors
    National Democratic Institute for International Affairs Vice Chairman
    Obama for America
    Obama Victory Fund 2012
    Pacific Council on International Policy
    Reuniting Our Country PAC
    World Affairs Council


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