Starz, a movie and original programming entertainment service provider operating in the US, has promoted Glenn Curtis to the newly created position of president and chief financial officer (CFO). Most recently, Curtis was executive vice president (EVP) and CFO for the company. In his new role, Curtis will continue reporting to chief executive officer (CEO) Chris Albrecht and assume expanded executive management and operational roles across all Starz businesses.
Prior to joining Starz, Curtis served until 2006 as vice president of Liberty Media. From 1995 to 2002, he was CFO at Starz Encore Group. Curtis was also a partner at KPMG, with responsibility for cable and entertainment industry accounts, including the Starz Encore Group, Liberty Media and Tele-Communications, among others.
Curtis is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder with a BSc degree in business administration.
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