President, The Weather Channel television network
David Clark serves as president of The Weather Channel television network. David oversees all aspects of programming, strategy, and operations for the television network, including live and long form programming. He reports to Dave Shull, CEO of The Weather Channel Television Network.
A former Madison Square Garden and Fuse executive, David brings broad experience across all areas of media and television to his role, which will uphold the brand promise of The Weather Channel network while super serving its core audience of weather enthusiasts.
David joined the company in November 2012 from The Madison Square Garden (MSG) Company, where he was executive vice president, sales and partnership development. In that role he was responsible for all media sales, strategy and partnership development across the MSG’s media brands. Previously, he was executive vice president and general manager of Fuse, a national network devoted entirely to music. At Fuse he was responsible for the network's direction and growth strategy and oversaw all of the network's day-to-day business operations including programming, production, marketing and ad sales. While at Fuse, he built a news division and production infrastructure, green-lit seven original series into production for the 12/13 season and initiated Fuse’s move into long-form programming.
Prior to joining MSG, David was a founding member of JOOST.com, a leading online aggregator of premium video entertainment, where he held a variety of management roles. Previously he served as vice president, global marketing partnerships for MTV Networks where he built MTV's global partnerships to leverage the network's assets. He also worked as chief operating officer of Shanah.com, a community and commerce web portal and held several management positions at Simon & Schuster.
David holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and international relations from Tulane University.