LOS ANGELES – Last Tuesday, television writer and producer Eli Attie and FX Networks and FX Productions CEO John Landgraf sat down with CreativeFuture Executive Director Ruth Vitale to talk about the creative process behind some of the most critically acclaimed shows on television.
Vitale moderated the keynote conversation at the Content Protection Summit, which was hosted by the Content Delivery & Security Association (CDSA) and the Media & Entertainment Services Alliance (MESA).
Landgraf has shaped FX Networks into one of the most successful television networks, garnering 45 Emmy nominations in 2014, setting a single-year basic cable record. His legacy includes Sons of Anarchy, Justified, American Horror Story, The Americans, Fargo, Louie, Archer, and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Eli Attie is a former political operative turned award-winning TV writer and producer, whose credits include The West Wing and House, MD.