Michael Teicher is Executive Vice President, Media Sales of Twentieth Television. In this role, Teicher is responsible for overseeing all sales initiatives on behalf of Twentieth Television including ad sales for 20th Century Fox Television and Debmar-Mercury programming.
Teicher's New York, Chicago and Los Angeles media sales force is responsible for selling national advertising for hit first-run and off-network programs including "Modern Family," "Wendy Williams," "Family Feud," "Family Guy," "Dish Nation," "Bones," "How I Met Your Mother," "Divorce Court," "American Dad," and "The Walking Dead."
Previously, Teicher served as Executive Vice President, Media Sales, Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution (name changed to Warner Bros Brand Networks in 2012). In this position, Teicher oversaw all of the media sales and branded integration activities of Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution including all off-net and first-run television programs.
As part of his responsibilities, Teicher oversaw advertising sales for such first-run series as "TMZ," "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," "Extra," "The People's Court," "Judge Mathis," and "Bethenny" as well as off-network series "Big Bang Theory," "Friends," "Two and A Half Men," "The Middle," and "The Closer" to name a few.
Prior to joining WBDTD in 2002, Teicher served as Senior Vice President, Advertising Sales, ReplayTV. Prior to that, he served as Senior Vice President, Global Client Solutions, Turner Broadcasting Sales, Inc., where he was responsible for driving integrated marketing opportunities for advertisers across all divisions of Turner Broadcasting System and Time Warner. Teicher was named Vice President of Global Client Solutions in 1996, when that unit was created as the sales arm for the Turner Marketing Solutions Group, which was created in 1994 to offer advertisers fully integrated marketing platforms. He has helped build multidimensional promotions for clients, such as Nestle, Discover Card, Johnson & Johnson, Sears, Roebuck &Co. and Anheuser-Busch, among others. He joined Turner Broadcasting Sales in 1991 as an account executive for ad sales in Turner Sports. Prior to joining Turner, Teicher was an account executive with Major League Baseball Productions, a television sports syndication company based in New York.