About Scott K. Ginsburg
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Through successful business ventures and philanthropic endeavors, Scott K. Ginsburg
has significantly contributed to Dallas over the course of his career. His business accolades include founding the largest radio broadcasting company and owning the largest Porsche facility in the nation.
Presently, Scott K. Ginsburg is the Chairman of the Board and CEO of DG FastChannel, (NASDAQ: DGIT) the leading provider of digital media distribution services to the advertising and broadcast industries. Scott Ginsburg has helped to mold DG FastChannel into a prominent leader in its industry. Under his leadership the company has experienced astronomical growth. DG FastChannel ranked fifth on the 2009 Fortune Small Business list of the nation’s 100 fastest-growing small public companies.
Scott K. Ginsburg’s entrepreneurial ventures have helped to shape Dallas’ business landscape. In 1997, he co-founded the nation’s largest radio broadcasting company, Chancellor Media Corporation (NYSE:AFM), with Tom Hicks of Hicks, Muse, Tate and Furst. Scott Ginsburg served as Chancellor’s Chief Executive Officer and a Director.
Scott Ginsburg began building Boardwalk Auto Group in 1998 when he brought Porsche to Plano, Texas. He has since added Audi, Volkswagen, Ferrari, Maserati and Lamborghini to the Boardwalk family, making the renowned dealer group the most impressive luxury dealership in the world. Scott K. Ginsburg recently acquired a Ferrari/Maserati dealership in San Francisco, CA, his first outside of DFW.
Under Scott Ginsburg’s direction, Boardwalk Auto Group has achieved extraordinary success in nationwide sales and has been recognized for its customer service and sales expertise. Most notably, Boardwalk Auto Group was named the fastest growing privately held company in Dallas-Fort Worth by Southern Methodist University’s Cox School of Business and the Dallas Business Journal.
He is a former Chairman of the IPC, a worldwide organization of health professionals dedicated to the treatment and cure of psoriasis, and is a member of Georgetown Law School’s Board of Visitors. Scott K. Ginsburg also served as a U.S. Senate Staff Director for two Senate subcommittees in Washington D.C.
Scott Ginsburg also dedicates time to the Dallas arts community. He has served on the boards of directors of the Dallas Symphony, the Dallas Arboretum, as well as the Greenhill and Shelton private schools.
Scott K. Ginsburg earned his BA degree from George Washington University and his JD degree from Georgetown University Law Center.
He is married to Gina Ginsburg and they have two sons. Scott K. Ginsburg also has two adult children.