After Todd Wagner and fellow billionaire Mark Cuban sold Internet startup Broadcast.com to Yahoo for $5.7 billion in 1999, Wagner immediately turned to philanthropy. In 2000, he launched a foundation that funded charities helping underprivileged children. But the entrepreneur got tired of simply writing checks to nonprofits he saw…

Todd Wagner’s dynamic blend of entrepreneurial spirit, business expertise and philanthropic commitment have resulted in the creation of some of the media industry’s most successful properties. His commitment to bringing consumers the best entertainment experiences, while creating new and effective business models, is evident across all of his current endeavors.

Todd Wagner holds interests in “Lions Gate Entertainment” and “Peace Arch Entertainment.” He also has a stake in the Dallas Mavericks, and he continues to invest in and nurture start-ups. Additionally, Todd Wagner is founder and co-chairman of “Content Partners LLC,” a company that invests in the back-end profit participations of Hollywood talent.

Whether it is for his business interests or his philanthropic work, Wagner’s results-driven, sea-change approach is consistent and insists on supporting entrepreneurial, inspirational and socially conscious endeavors.

Check out Todd Wagner’s IMDb profile here.

Entrepreneur Todd Wagner made his impact in the technology world when he launched Broadcast.com with his business partner, Mark Cuban. Broadcast.com was one of the first platforms to stream live sporting events, corporate events, and radio stations over the Internet. In 1999, Broadcast.com was sold to Yahoo! for $5.7 billion. Todd Wagner later fused his passion for entertainment with his business portfolio to build the Wagner/Cuban Companies. This portfolio of companies spans content creation, distribution and exhibition for: 2929 Entertainment, 2929 Productions, Magnolia Pictures, Landmark Theatres and AXS TV. As CEO of 2929 Entertainment, Todd Wagner has provided artistic vision and business acumen critical to such important films as: the Oscar®-nominated Good Night, and Good Luck; Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room; Akeelah and the Bee; We Own the Night; and The Road.

Find out more about Todd Wagner on his website, ToddWagnerFoundation.org.

Todd Wagner is the co-founder of Broadcast.com, which was eventually sold to Yahoo!, and founder and CEO of the Charity Network. He also co-owns 2929 Entertainment with Mark Cuban, along with other entertainment companies. Take a look at his fun facts listed here, courtesy of Forbes! https://www.forbes.com/profile/todd-wagner/#1e60f0835cde

As a serial entrepreneur and successful businessman, Todd Wagner follows a philosophy of never resting on his laurels. Wagner is the founder and CEO of Charity Network, a company that utilizes the influence of celebrity, media, and technology to raise awareness and funds for worthy causes across the world…

Todd Wagner’s dynamic blend of entrepreneurial spirit, business expertise and philanthropic commitment have resulted in the creation of some of the media industry’s most successful and compelling digital, intellectual and physical properties. …

Entrepreneur Todd Wagner made his impact in the technology world when he launched Broadcast.com with his business partner Mark Cuban. Broadcast.com was one of the first platforms to stream live sporting events, corporate events and radio stations over the Internet. As CEO of the company, Todd Wagner helped take the…

Even in the midst of a digital world, many charities find themselves trapped in an analog state. Todd Wagner is setting out to change that.

Even in the midst of a digital world, many charities find themselves trapped in an analog state. Direct-mail flyers slip into trash cans, email…

Todd Wagner

Todd Wagner is the founder and CEO of Charity Network, a company that utilizes the influence of celebrity, media, and technology to raise awareness and funds.

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