Alex Spiro Named Director and Board Member of Evine

Multiplatform interactive digital company Evine has named Attorney Alex Spiro as Director and Board Member.

The Harvard Law graduate and high profile attorney “brings a strong point of view as well as a unique brand of strategic thinking to the board” according to Bob Rosenblatt, Evine’s CEO. Mr. Rosenblatt also stated that Spiro’s “deep connections in sports, entertainment, media, and celebrity industries will allow Evine to capture a more active place in the evolving consumer marketplace.”

Chairman of the Board Landel Hobbs stated “We consider Mr. Spiro an excellent addition to the Board at Evine. With a strong business strategy and expertise, he will be able to leverage his key contacts within the pop culture and entertainment arenas to maximize their potential as well as create additional opportunities for Evine.”

Alex Spiro has represented clients from all walks of life including students involved in civil rights cases, and celebrities and athletes such as Jay-Z, Bobby Shmurda, DeMarcus Cousins, and Aaron Hernandez. Spiro also worked as a Manhattan ADA and helped investigate and prosecute cases ranging from misdemeanors to serial killers, including Rodney Alcala, “The Dating Game Killer.” Alcala was convicted of two murders in New York in the 1970’s, and sentenced to death for 5 murders in California but is thought to have killed more than 130 people.

About Evine

Evine Live Inc. (NASDAQ:EVLV) operates Evine, a multiplatform interactive digital commerce company that offers a mix of proprietary, exclusive and name brands directly to consumers in an engaging and informative shopping experience via television, online and mobile. Evine reaches more than 87 million cable and satellite television homes with entertaining content in a comprehensive digital shopping experience 24 hours a day.

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