Blockchain Creative Labs
Scott Greenberg is Co-Founder and CEO of the Emmy Award-winning animation studio Bento Box Entertainment, where he oversees the business and operational management of the company, including creative development, business development, brand management, corporate strategy and business and legal affairs. Series produced by Bento Box include, among others, FOX’s hit series Bob’s Burgers, The Great North, Housebroken and the upcoming comedy Krapopolis, from Emmy-winning creator Dan Harmon (Rick and Morty, Community), as well as Netflix’s Mulligan and Paradise PD; Apple TV+’s Central Park; HBO Max’s The Prince and Hulu’s The Awesomes.
Scott also serves as CEO of Blockchain Creative Labs (BCL), FOX Entertainment’s and Bento Box’s recently launched NFT business and creative unit. BCL is currently preparing to launch a dedicated digital marketplace for Krapopolis, marking the first animated series to be curated entirely on the blockchain. In addition, BCL oversees a $100 million creator fund to identify growth opportunities in the NFT space.
Prior to Bento Box, Scott was President and COO of Film Roman and EVP of Production at Starz Media. Under his supervision, Film Roman produced The Simpsons, The Simpsons Movie and King of the Hill for FOX, Super Hero Squad, The Avengers and X-Men Evolution for Marvel Entertainment and numerous other projects.
Scott is a member of the Producers Guild of America, The Television Academy and Young Presidents’ Organization (YPOLA). He began his career as a lawyer and was a member of the New York and New Jersey bar associations.
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