HOLLYWOOD RADIO AND TELEVISION SOCIETY Presents The Hitmakers Newsmaker Luncheon on Wednesday, April 16 at The Beverly Hilton

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The Hitmakers Newsmaker Luncheon

on Wednesday, April 16 at The Beverly Hilton

Major Innovators behind some of TV’s most talked-about Series to Participate

TV Guide Magazine’s Michael Schneider to moderate the Panel


The Hollywood Radio and Television Society (HRTS) will host its annual Hitmakers panel event on Wednesday, April 16, 2014 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

As part of the 2013-2014 Newsmaker Luncheon Series, the event will bring together the creative geniuses behind some of today’s top television series.

The Hitmakers panel event is co-chaired by Bela Bajaria, EVP, Universal Television; Adam Berkowitz, Co-Head of Television, CAA; Cindy Holland, VP,

Original Series, Netflix; and Sarah Timberman, Principal, Timberman/Beverly Productions.

Tickets:  HRTS Individual Member: $125/member; Table of 10: $1,250. Non-member: $360.00 (includes one year HRTS membership). For

reservations or information on non-member tickets, please call (818) 789-1182 or visit www.HRTS.org.

HRTS’ partners Digital Rapids and Limelight Networks will present a live stream of the panel. The 2013-2014 HRTS Newsmaker Luncheon Series is

sponsored in part by The Lippin Group.


Michelle Ashford, Creator and Executive Producer, “Masters of Sex”

Carlton Cuse, Co-creator, Showrunner, Writer and Executive Producer,  “Bates Motel”

John Eisendrath, Executive Producer, “The Blacklist”

Jenji Kohan, Creator and Executive Producer,  “Orange Is The New Black”

Moderator: Michael Schneider, LA Bureau Chief, TV Guide Magazine


Wednesday, April 16, 2014



12:00 p.m.  – 2:00 p.m. PDT

Panel / Live Stream:

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. PDT


The Beverly Hilton Hotel | 9876 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills, CA 90210


About HRTS:

Founded in 1947, HRTS is the entertainment industry’s premier information and networking forum. HRTS is an exclusive, bi-coastal industry organization where top executives and companies from all facets of the television and media business regularly gather to address issues relevant to the ongoing success and future of our shared business. Current HRTS membership is comprised of over 50 corporate members and over 1400 individual members representing nearly 230 leading companies from across the entire industry landscape. In addition to the flagship Newsmaker Luncheon Series, HRTS events and activities include a robust junior membership program focusing on career development and advancement as well as its newest series of on-line Academic membership content now available for college and university media programs worldwide.

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