Founded in 2013, Absolute Zero Entertainment is a full service entertainment company encompassing the creative development, production, financing, marketing and distribution of cross-platform content and omni-channel experiences.
The Company focuses on culturally relevant stories that appeal to a wide-array of audiences and has produced original, high quality, entertaining and informative content that ranges from documentary films to scripted and unscripted television, digital media, music videos and live experiences.
Andrew F. Aronow
Founder & President
Andrew Aronow graduated from Wayne State University in Detroit and began his professional career as a Legislative Correspondent for U.S. Congressman John Dingell. While working in Washington, DC, Andrew authored and published several op-ed as well as collaborated on numerous speeches for the Congressman. After DC, Andrew moved to New York where he developed and produced branded entertainment for @radical.media. In 2014, he worked on the independent film Gabriel and has produced a number of web series, numerous commercial projects and Executive Produced and Produced the documentary film, Fandom.
Douglas Scott is one of the country’s leaders in entertainment and brand marketing. He is currently working closely with Big Block Media Holdings, a Los Angeles based integrated marketing agency.
Prior to this, he served as EVP Marketing & Brand Solutions for WME|IMG, where he was responsible for developing and producing innovative and successful marketing platforms for Anheuser Busch InBev and the NFL, Rolex and the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences, a multi-year global fashion platform for Etihad Airways; and Zoolander Returns to the Runway, a live experiential campaign to announce Zoolander2 during famed designer Valentino’s Fashion Show in Paris.
In 2006, Doug founded WPP’s OgilvyEntertainment where he created groundbreaking branded content programs and landmark collaborations for world-class companies including IBM, American Express, DuPont, SAB Miller, Unilever and others.
For two consecutive years Scott was recognized by AdWeek as one of the top 50 most influential executives in the media and entertainment industry. He has earned over 60 awards for creativity and effectiveness from competitions like Cannes Lions, London International Awards, Effie Worldwide, CLIO Awards, The Webby’s and The One Show.
Doug is best known for his work as a content pioneer, and cultural provocateur – enabling brands to tell stories that connect through culture with their customers. He served as Executive Producer of Andy Warhol: Fifteen Minutes Eternal, a documentary about the celebrated pop artist’s life, and the Emmy nominated Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and aired on CNN in 2013.
Doug is the Founder of Museum of Advertising, a Member of the Television Academy, Producers Guild of America and Branded Content Marketing Association (BCMA) as well as a business advisor to some of the most innovative start-ups including Urban Zen, Tell, Sympler, Miss Grass, Heirloom and The Culture Group.