Camping World Holdings is a leading operator in the RV industry. Camping World is a multi-store dealership and retailer of RVs and outdoor accessories. It also provides financing, insurance, extended warranties, roadside assistance and clubs to RV owners.
Jeff Marcus is a Vice-Chairman of Crestview and a member of the Investment Committee. He spent over 50 years as an entrepreneur and investor in the media industry.
Jeff Marcus joined Crestview in 2004 and is a member of the Investment Committee. A long-time media and communications entrepreneur, Jeff was the founder, chairman and CEO of Marcus Cable, which at the time of its sale in 1998, was the largest privately held cable television company in the United States. Jeff also founded an earlier cable company, Marcus Communications, which was merged into Western Tele-Communications, and Jeff became CEO of the renamed company, WestMarc Communications. Jeff also served as CEO and president of AMFM (formerly Chancellor Media), which at the time was the nation’s second largest radio company. Jeff is the chairman of Wide Open West (NYSE-WOW) and serves on the boards of Camping World Holdings (NYSE-CWH) and NEP Group. He has served as a member of other public and private company boards including Charter Communications (Nasdaq-CHTR), Insight Communications, OneLink Communications, Brinker International (NYSE-EAT), WestMarc Communications and DS Services where he served as chairman. Jeff received a B.A. in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley.
At the time of Crestview's exit, Charter was the fourth-largest cable operator in the United States. It offers traditional cable video programming, high-speed Internet, broadband cable, telephone and other services to residential and consumer customers.
CORE Media Group produces and monetizes media content based on a portfolio of brands. The company's assets include an ownership interest in the rights to the IDOLS television franchise, the So You Think You Can Dance franchise and Sharp Entertainment.
Cumulus is a radio broadcasting company in the United States, with a portfolio of over 450 FM and AM stations across 90 markets. It also operates a radio network division that produces and syndicates radio content for third-party stations.
Prior to the sale to Cott Corporation in 2014, DS was a direct-to-consumer beverage services company that held the #1 or #2 position in home and office delivery of bottled water and a top five position in both office coffee and filtration services.
Prior to its acquisition by Time Warner Cable in February 2012, Insight was the ninth largest cable operator in the United States with a focus on Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio. It offered a full suite of products to both residential and commercial customers.
NEP is the largest global outsourced provider of comprehensive live and broadcast production solutions, with leading market positions in the United States, Europe and Australia. It serves the premium sports, entertainment and live event production markets.
Prior to its sale in November 2012, OneLink was the sole provider of cable television services to the greater San Juan area and the largest provider of cable television services in Puerto Rico.
WOW! is the sixth largest cable operator in the U.S., with over 770,000 customers in 19 markets across the Midwest and Southeast as of September 30, 2017. It offers a full suite of residential cable and commercial services including video, telephone and data.