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Circus History Live! Featuring Kenneth Feld’s 2023 CHS Convention Keynote

This edition of Circus History Live! features the recording of Kenneth Feld’s presentation at the 2023 Circus Historical Society Convention!, “Reimagining The Greatest Show On Earth.” Mr. Feld, who is Chair & CEO of Feld Entertainment, is an entertainment entrepreneur and has been the creative and business force behind Feld Entertainment for more than 50 years. He joined the company in 1970 after his father, Irvin, founded it in 1967 with the acquisition of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. Watch the videos referenced in his talk on the @ringling YouTube channel. Circus History Live! is a free Zoom event open to all CHS members and non-members. Learn more about the Circus Historical Society and join today at and visit the Bandwagon collection on Internet Archive via ...
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Chris Berry

Chris Berry’s two passions are broadcasting and the circus — though not necessarily in that order. Growing up just outside of Sarasota, at an early age Chris had the opportunity to meet some of the great circus stars of the 20th century and the fire was lit. By the time he was 14 volunteer at the old Circus Hall of Fame in Sarasota and a member of the Circus Historical Society, where he now serves as Vice President. His interest in circus history and expertise in the area of circus lithographs blossomed as he learned and was mentored by some of the most respected circus historians of the time. After a career with CBS and ABC where he held executive positions in Los Angeles, Washington DC, New York and Chicago – Chris now is an Executive Vice President at iHeartMedia where he divides his time between gathering and distributing the news of today, and the studying the history of the circus in America.