Scott Carlin has over 25 years experience in media businesses. In March of 2010 Scott announced the formation of a new production and distribution company in partnership with Rosie O'Donnell and Dick Robertson, the former president of Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution. Their first venture is a new daily talk show hosted by Rosie, a program designed to engage viewers and guests in conscious conversations, beginning fall 2011.
In June 2009 he co-founded and joined the board of G.A.T.E., The Global Alliance for Transformational Entertainment, an organization whose mission is, to transform the world by transforming media and entertainment and shortly thereafter, left HBO and formed his own company, Soul-Centered Media. For the prior seven years Scott was President, Domestic Television Distribution for HBO, a division he began in 2002. A recognized leader in television, he was responsible for original, record-breaking deals for The Sopranos, Sex & the City, Band of Brothers, The Wire and many other HBO programs. He has held senior positions at Warner Bros. Television, Lorimar-Telepictures and Telepictures.
A 2007 graduate of the Masters Program in Spiritual Psychology at The University of Santa Monica, Scott is immersed in the emerging area of transformational media.
Scott co-founded The Carpe Paddlum Foundation in 2001, a non-profit group that runs Kayak-For-A-Cause, an annual kayak event in Norwalk, Connecticut that has raised millions of dollars for local organizations like, Paul Newman’s Hole in the Wall Gang and Save the Sound. He also serves on the board of the Hollywood Radio & Television Society: HRTS, Generate, The Ride Inc., and The Shift Network.
I would like to invite people to engage in conscious conversations where, through heart-centered listening and being truly present in the moment, a deeper more authentic connection occurs.