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Kirk Schenck

President and Legal Counsel

RDF USA

Direct Phone: (310) ***-****       

Email: k***@***.com

RDF USA

100 6th Ave, Third Floor

New York, New York 10013

United States

Company Description

With large offices in both Los Angeles and New York, RDF USA is one of the largest and fastest-growing production companies in the world. RDF USA is led by Chris Coelen, CEO, a former partner at United Talent Agency who ran the international and alternati ... more

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Employment History

President and General Counsel
RDF USA

Executive Vice President, Business and Legal Affairs
Fox Television Studios

Education



UC Berkeley

J.D.

Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law

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RDF USA | Executive Bios

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Kirk Schenck
President and General Counsel
Kirk Schenck is President & General Counsel at RDF USA overseeing Strategic Planning, Business, Legal and Commercial Affairs for both scripted and reality projects at RDF USA.
Schenck is responsible for RDF's corporate strategic planning, business and legal affairs, and global business synergy with RDF's parent and sister companies in the United Kingdom and around the world.
Schenck previously served as Executive Vice President, Business and Legal Affairs at Fox Television Studios, overseeing all business and legal affairs and production for Regency Television, Fox World and both the scripted and non-scripted arms of Fox Television Studios. At Fox, he worked on scripted series television such as FX's "The Shield" and "Thief," FBC's "The Bernie Mac Show" and "Malcolm in the Middle", as well as over a dozen alternative/unscripted programs for cable and broadcast networks, including Fox's "Celebrity Duets", E!'s "The Girls Next Door", Lifetime's "Cheerleader Nation", and A&E's "Inked ."
Schenck started his transactional entertainment career in the Business and Legal Affairs Department of Touchstone Television, where he worked on shows like "Felicity," "Sportsnight," and "Home Improvement."
After Touchstone, Schenck worked at the law firm of Myman, Abell, Fineman, Fox, Greenspan & Light, LLP, where he represented writers, directors, actors and producers in the motion picture and television industries. Schenck then went in-house as Senior Vice President, General Counsel for one of his law firm clients, LMNO Productions, which produced Alternative Programming such as "Kids Say the Darndest Things" (CBS), "Guinness Book of World Records Primetime" (FOX), "Boot Camp" (FOX), and "Final Justice with Erin Brockovich" (LIFETIME).
Kirk Schenck went to UC Berkeley (BA, History) and Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law (J.D.).


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Kirk Schenck started Sixeleven consulting, ltd. a multi-media branding and technology company with offices in the US and Canada with the purpose of creating and distributing products and services that had previously not existed, building vertically integrated marketing campaigns for distinct brands, and devising unique and proprietary technology to connect businesses with their current and potential consumers. Schenck previously served as Executive Vice President at Fox Television Studios, overseeing all business operations for Regency Television, Fox World and both the scripted and non-scripted arms of Fox Television Studios. At Fox, he worked on scripted series television such as FX's The Shield, The Riches, Burn Notice, Thief as well as The Bernie Mac Show and Malcolm in the Middle. In addition Schenck worked on over a dozen alternative/unscripted programs for cable and broadcast networks, including Fox's Celebrity Duets, E!'s The Girls Next Door, Lifetime's Cheerleader Nation, and A&E's Inked. It was at Fox that Schenck was first challenged to recreate models and devise new paradigms to generate revenue from businesses that had fallen into "business as usual" traps.


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President and General Counsel


RDF USA | Executive Bios

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Kirk Schenck

President and General Counsel
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Kirk Schenck
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Kirk Schenck
President and General Counsel
Kirk Schenck is President & General Counsel at RDF USA overseeing Strategic Planning, Business, Legal and Commercial Affairs for both scripted and reality projects at RDF USA.
Schenck is responsible for RDF's corporate strategic planning, business and legal affairs, and global business synergy with RDF's parent and sister companies in the United Kingdom and around the world.
Schenck previously served as Executive Vice President, Business and Legal Affairs at Fox Television Studios, overseeing all business and legal affairs and production for Regency Television, Fox World and both the scripted and non-scripted arms of Fox Television Studios. At Fox, he worked on scripted series television such as FX's "The Shield" and "Thief," FBC's "The Bernie Mac Show" and "Malcolm in the Middle", as well as over a dozen alternative/unscripted programs for cable and broadcast networks, including Fox's "Celebrity Duets", E!'s "The Girls Next Door", Lifetime's "Cheerleader Nation", and A&E's "Inked ."
Schenck started his transactional entertainment career in the Business and Legal Affairs Department of Touchstone Television, where he worked on shows like "Felicity," "Sportsnight," and "Home Improvement."
After Touchstone, Schenck worked at the law firm of Myman, Abell, Fineman, Fox, Greenspan & Light, LLP, where he represented writers, directors, actors and producers in the motion picture and television industries. Schenck then went in-house as Senior Vice President, General Counsel for one of his law firm clients, LMNO Productions, which produced Alternative Programming such as "Kids Say the Darndest Things" (CBS), "Guinness Book of World Records Primetime" (FOX), "Boot Camp" (FOX), and "Final Justice with Erin Brockovich" (LIFETIME).
Kirk Schenck went to UC Berkeley (BA, History) and Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law (J.D.).

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