St. Patrick's Day, while meaning different things to different people, is filled with wonderful memories for long-time NBCU executive Francis X. Comerford. In 2012, Comerford led the St. Patrick's Day parade up Fifth Avenue as Grand Marshall, followed by 200 family members. In this wide-ranging and thoughtful 20-minute Legends & Leaders Conversation with Jack Myers, Frank shares the value and importance of his Irish heritage and how it's influenced his life and career, including his commitment to and support for diversity in the media community.
As NBCU President of Local Ad Sales, Frank's knowledge of the local TV business offers an educational guide for students of the industry, those who are early in their careers, and college students who may be considering a career in television. Frank also shares the key mentors and leaders who first attracted him to the business and have helped him navigate to his role as one of the industry's most respected executives. Watch Listen and Learn here.
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