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|Alma mater||Harvard College|
|Organization||Otis College of Art and Design|
Charles Hirschhorn is an American producer and media executive, currently serving as president of Otis College of Art and Design.
Early life and education
In 1987 Hirschhorn was named vice president of development for Fox Broadcasting, where he supervised the network's prime-time development projects. He helped develop the Emmy Award winning sketch comedy television series In Living Color.
Walt disney company
Hirschhorn began his tenure at the Walt Disney Company as executive vice president of Hollywood Pictures. Under his leadership, the studio released over twenty films, including The Joy Luck Club, The Santa Clause, and Quiz Show.. In 1997 Hirschhorn was named president of Walt Disney Television and executive vice president of Walt Disney Motion Pictures Group. During this tenure he relaunched The Wonderful World of Disney and oversaw the development of seventeen movies, including Rogers and Hammerstein's Cinderella and Life-Size. 
Retirement living tv
In 2007, Hirschhorn was appointed COO of Retirement Living TV, a cable television network focused on programming for senior citizens.
As president of AEG Television, Hirschhorn launched and co-managed AXS TV, a cable television channel focused on live music and entertainment programming.
Otis college of art and design
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