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Amy Grey

Dish Communications Inc.

Amy Grey founded Dish Communications with the philosophy that relationships are at the heart of public relations. Grey built her career around her passions: documentary film, television and music.  Grey began her career working for the group Kansas and continued on with them until 1981.  Afterwards, she joined APA in the personal appearance department.  Through the years she has publicized artists such as The Manhattan Transfer, Frankie Valli Anne Murray and comedians Steven Wright and David Brenner.  Grey was named VP of television for public relations firm Rogers & Cowan where she represented shows such as Designing Women, Anything But Love, Alf, the AFI Salute to Gregory Peck and Michael Mann's Emmy Award-winning mini-series, "Drug Wars: The Camerena Story," among others. Grey was also instrumental in signing the Disney Channel, representing them on a corporate, programming and trade basis.  The company quickly expanded from her core programming clients to such entities as International Documentary Association (IDA), Television Critics Association (TCA) the Los Angeles Film Critics, Association (LAFCA), HBO Networks, Viacom, A&E Networks, Discovery Networks, Sundance Channel; filmmakers like Werner Herzog, Rory Kennedy and Peter Jones.  Grey also represents films at the Sundance Film Festival, Toronto and other festivals.  Dish Communications has represented nine Academy Award winning documentary shorts and numerous other nominated documentary shorts and feature films.

My Speakers Sessions

Monday, September 10

11:00am PDT