Cutaia Media Group 

Management

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Rory J. Cutaia

CEO & Chairman

Rory originated the concept of bBooth and the idea that it could be used as a revenue generating casting vehicle for a next generation reality-based singing competition he called The Audition. Eager to implement his ideas, Rory established CMG, created the company’s business plan and marketing strategies, financed its start-up costs, as well as all research and development, including the development of the bBooth prototype, and The Audition Second Screen application, and then assembled a world-class management team of successful Hollywood industry veterans to execute his vision to build and scale a new model for today’s media enterprise.

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Aaron Meyerson

President

Aaron is a highly respected, well-known media professional with a unique combination of creative and business experience in television, film and digital. He has run major TV studios for both CBS and Fox, and had senior level programming positions at both MTV and Oxygen. On the film side, Aaron has been both a studio executive at New Line and a producer of hit films such as Dumb and Dumber and Inspector Gadget.

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Leigh Collier

EVP Development

Leigh Collier is an established creative executive with a history of developing and managing hit multi-platform properties for leading content providers, including Universal, Comedy Central, Warner Bros, and most recently, CBS Television. With a background in quantitative research, Leigh has a unique approach to development and an expertise bridging traditional television production and digital media platforms.

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Kim Watson

EVP Music Development & Artist Relations

Kim Watson began his career as an A.D. for some of New York’s most innovative commercial and music video directors. After working with artists such as U2, Kiss and Living Color, Kim was handed his first directing assignment by mentor Ted Demme, and went on to direct over 40 music videos for Grammy winning recording artists, including Al Jarreau and R. Kelly.

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