Daryl Rowland

Manager of Marketing, Communications and Outreach

Daryl Rowland

Manager of Marketing, Communications and Outreach

Award-winning television writer-producer and marketer Daryl Rowland comes to the Civic Commons by way of Hollywood Boulevard and Madison Avenue. Having grown tired of our nation’s side coasts, he now resides on our glorious North Coast -- where his children enjoy a school with no published policy on gang colors. Over the years he has written television scripts for Ellen Degeneres, Dave Chappelle, Helen Hunt and many other notables, as well promoting such brands as Black & Decker and McDonald's Restaurants. He joins Civic Commons to communicate its important mission to the Northeast Ohio, to help develop innovative ways accelerate regional development, and to eat way more beef than he ever thought possible.

My Recent Activity

Filming in Cleveland

I responded to Marc Canter: I think you are asking the wrong questions.  The more important question is does film and TV...

Marc Canter

Indeed Film Commisions, like Ivan's - have sprouted up around the country.  They offer tax incentves to film producers to entice them to come "film here." It should be pointe dout - that NONE of the jobs created are... Continue reading

Gun policy in the USA

I responded to Gun policy in the USA: This is a Mother Jones rundow of facts about gun ownership and deaths. I don't know how accurate...

Gun policy in the USA

I responded to Gun policy in the USA: Alert from Buckeye Firearms Association: A Town Hall about Sandy Hook willl be held TONIGHT, ...

Gun policy in the USA

Gun policy is a divisive and difficult topic. But with automatic weapons often getting into the hands of the mentally ill, it seems important that we have a conversation about practical solutions -- ones that are not mired...

Ethics in Political Journalism

I responded to Ethics in Political Journalism: I agree with Kirk that story approval or trading approval for access is by definition counter to...

Vote on new Facebook Guidelines

I responded to Vote on new Facebook Guidelines: Doesn't it seem like if Facebook had really been interested in massive feedback, they would have...