Gerry Byrne is PMC’s Vice Chairman, guiding business initiatives across PMC’s entire portfolio of media brands, which includes Deadline Hollywood, Hollywood Life, MovieLine, TVLine and India.com.
A staunch believer in “participation,” Gerry is on the boards of numerous not-for-profits including Fisher House, The Intrepid Museum, The Bob Woodruff Foundation, The Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research, The Reisenbach Foundation (Chairman), The Armory Foundation, The Independent Feature Project and John Jay College. Gerry’s awards include the “Salah M. Hassanein Humanitarian Award,” New York’s Elaine Kaufman Cultural Center’s Distinguished Service Award and the NYPD Marine Corps Association “Semper Fi” Award for his work in the community. In June 2009, NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg presented Gerry with the “Made in New York” Award for his support of the Gotham’s entertainment and media industries. And in November 2017, General Robert Neller, Commandant of the Marine Corps, presented Gerry the Department of the Navy’s Meritorious Public Service Award.
A graduate of Fordham College, Gerry served as a Marine Officer in Vietnam in 1968/69 and was awarded the Navy Achievement Medal with Combat V.