Vice President, Development
Eric began the 1990’s first teaching high school English and then reporting news for a string of radio stations in and around his hometown of Reading, Pennsylvania. In 1992, he joined Hanna-Barbera Cartoons in Hollywood and later became the creative director of its animation art department. When the cartoon company was folded into the Time-Warner family in late 1996, he was hired by Warner Bros. Studio Stores to continue overseeing the production of Hanna-Barbera artwork and collectibles. In 1998, Homan became the first employee of Frederator Studios. Following a brief stint developing special projects for the online division of MTV Networks in New York City, he works from Los Angeles with Frederator, serving as the studio’s vice president of development, managing the creative affairs of the studio’s new cartoon and book projects.