Bart Simpson is one of the biggest names in the streaming world, but he is no stranger to TV.
He’s been a TV and film executive, actor, and a broadcaster, and he’s done all of that in a career spanning more than 30 years.
He joined HBO and later Hulu as a producer in 2007, and then went on to become a producer and executive producer on the hit comedy series The Simpsons.
He has since gone on to work on shows such as The Good Wife, Mad Men, and, most recently, Game of Thrones, and is currently working on the live-action series Gotham.
In 2017, he left HBO and returned to work as an executive producer of the live action Gotham, which premiered on the US network HBO in 2017.
That same year, he also launched the world’s first live-in-studio virtual reality (VR) experience, called Gotham VR.
He is also a major investor in HBO’s digital platforms and in the growing world of augmented reality (AR).
In 2018, Simpson left his position as the BBC’s digital head of content and executive chairman of HBO.
Simpson’s new role as an HBO executive producer and head of global content and entertainment is likely to be one of his most interesting.
He will be the first person from outside the BBC to lead the network in terms of content, and will also be a key player in the company’s strategy for the next few years, with the help of HBO’s existing partners, who include Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and Google.
He’ll also be working closely with HBO’s new digital chief, David Mitchell, to bring HBO’s content to a much wider audience than ever before.
Simpson will be in charge of the content team, with Mitchell serving as executive producer.
Simpson said the new role will require him to be “a leader in the evolution of HBO, both in the UK and internationally,” adding that it will be a challenge to keep up with the rapid growth of VR and AR.
The first time I walked into the offices of HBO I was really excited to be working there, Simpson said.
It’s been the first time in a long time where I’m not in a cubicle and I’m thinking, “This is the future.”
Simpson also announced the news on his Twitter feed, where he said he was “proud to be part of HBO.”
I’m proud to be in the HBO family, Simpson wrote.