Premium entertainment network EPIX today announced that Mark Greenberg has renewed his agreement to serve as President and CEO. Mr. Greenberg, who created the business plan and strategy that launched EPIX as the first premium network designed for linear TV, on demand and online viewing in October 2009, has led the network to profitability since its first year of existence and established it as the fastest growing premium entertainment service for the last five years, according to SNL Kagan. "Mark has done a tremendous job with EPIX over the last seven years. This renewal is a testament to his leadership and I look forward to working with him to bring EPIX to new heights in the years ahead," said Gary Barber, Chairman and CEO of MGM. "Over the past seven years, I've made it my mission to lead our team of talented executives on a remarkable journey to build a new premium entertainment service that brought the content that consumers want to the devices and screens where they want to watch it," said Greenberg. "EPIX has seen tremendous success in advancing and evolving to meet consumer needs. I am proud of our accomplishments and excited to continue leading our voyage as President and CEO." A pioneer in TV Everywhere, Mark designed EPIX as an early cross platform network and oversaw its rapid expansion across all new consumer devices including first to launch on Xbox, PlayStation and Roku. "Mark is a good friend and a great partner, and we are fortunate to have his steady hand and clear vision continuing to guide EPIX's growth," said Lionsgate Chief Executive Officer Jon Feltheimer. "He is a digitally-savvy executive who anticipated where consumer behavior was headed, and the network reflects his entrepreneurial and forward-looking thinking." Building on the base of studio partners' first-run movie franchises including The Hunger Games, Mission Impossible, Star Trek and James Bond, Greenberg has championed award winning topical documentaries, original music and comedy specials. In October, Mark ushered in a new chapter for EPIX with the premiere of the network's first original scripted series which debuted to strong critical reviews: Graves, a half-hour political satire produced with Lionsgate TV, and Berlin Station, a contemporary spy-thriller from Paramount TV and Anonymous Content. A third original series, Get Shorty, based on Elmore Leonard's cult classic where organized crime and Hollywood collide, begins production November 8 in partnership with MGM. "Mark has consistently focused on presenting top quality programming and cultivating a brand that is respected and valued for its great movies, great series and documentaries. We are pleased to work with him and excited to do more together in the future," said Paramount Pictures Chairman and CEO, Brad Grey.