Doron Gorshein has served as Chief Operating Officer of Sinclair Networks Group, LLC since January 2014. Mr. Gorshein has extensive background in the communications industry, including in new business development, law, and government affairs. Gorshein was founder/CEO of America Channel, a cable/multi-platform network, which acquired one of the largest NCAA Division I sports rights holdings in the nation, and secured one of the broadest distribution footprints of any new independent network in the past decade. Mr. Gorshein has advocated extensively before the U.S. Congress and Federal agencies, on most of the major communications policy issues and transactions of the past decade; and most recently has advocated in the communications/wireless and health care sectors. Mr. Gorshein has testified before the U.S. Senate Committee on Science, Commerce and Transportation; and before the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights. From 2005 to2007 Gorshein was founder and CEO of AIPN, a trade association for approximately 20 independent content networks. Previously, Mr. Gorshein held the position of VP/Associate General Counsel at EchoStar Communications/DISH Network; during the 1990’s he held positions as VP/General Counsel at two NASDAQ technology/software companies; and he began his career at Turner Broadcasting System, where he was responsible for the business affairs of CNN International and its related services throughout most of the world. Mr. Gorshein received his Juris Doctor degree from Emory University and a Bachelor of Arts from Tulane University.