Charles (Chuck) L. Dages has spent 35 years in the entertainment business in a career spanning technology to operations to business management. He is currently Chair of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, where he works with the NATAS Executive Committee and the Board of Trustees on securing its mandate of recognizing excellence in the television and media industry.
During his 15 years at CBS, Dages oversaw many projects, including the renovation of the Ed Sullivan Theater for the Late Show with David Letterman and the construction of the CBS Broadcast Ops Center for the 1992 and 1994 Winter Olympic Games.
In his 20 years at Warner Bros. he focused on motion picture restoration, postproduction, digital workflows, and interactive entertainment. He led the creation of a complete studio digital facility for The Ellen DeGeneres Show at the Warner Bros. Studio in Burbank, CA, and he was the senior executive assigned to Warner Bros. Motion Picture Imaging Inc. and WB Advanced Editorial Services Inc, an all-digital post facility that became a global enterprise for film and television series production and classic film restoration.
Chuck has received many industry honors, including three Emmy® Awards, and was named a Power Player in Digital Entertainment by Silicon Valley’s AO Network.