Live chat with Rabih Gholam
Over fifteen years in the entertainment industry, Rabih Gholam has developed and produced innovative television programming for major networks and the burgeoning cable market alike. Born in Beirut, Lebanon, Gholam moved to Tuscon, Arizona when he was four years old. After studying history at Arizona State University, he moved to Los Angeles, where he was accepted into NBC’s prestigious Page Program.
Starting his career in late night television at NBC, Gholam went on to work for The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn at CBS and, later, Talkshow with Spike Feresten at Fox. Over the next eight years, Rabih produced a string of successful, groundbreaking shows, includingThe Surreal Life, The Mole, and Whose Line Is It Anyway? Subsequent work as an Executive Producer for MTV resulted in a series of hit shows, most notably the pop culture classic The Hills.
- Live Chat with Manal El Tayar on studying at Sciences Po in France
- Live Chat with Salma Abdelnour, author of Jasmine and Fire
- LAU Facebook Cover Photos
- The Appointment of a New Provost
- Dr. Hussein Abbas and Dr. Ahmad Houri, co-authors of the Student’s Guide to Graduate Studies
- Live Chat with LAU President, Dr. Joseph Jabbra
- Prof. Fuad Hashwa and the MEDASTAR Program
- Live Chat with Dr. Mona Haidar on Social Medicine at LAU
- Live chat with Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management Abdo G. Ghié
- Live Chat with LAU’s Vice President for University Advancement Mr. Richard Rumsey on social media at LAU
Join us on Facebook: