Jonathan M. Nelson is private equity firm Providence’s chief executive officer. At present, Nelson is a director of conglomerates Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Bresnan Communications (commonly known as Mountain States Cable Television), Sports Network, Univision Communications, Hulu, and Yankees Entertainment. Prior to these associations, he was Narragansett Capital Inc’s managing director. There, he focused on private equity investments in broadcasting, cable television, and publishing divisions.

Huffington Post lists Jonathan M. Nelson’s updated political campaign donations and contributions in the United States.

American City Business Journals provides a professional biography for Providence chief executive officer Jonathan Nelson, with a list of his current and previous organizations and positions he was appointed in.

Jonathan M. Nelson comments on his company’s partnership with offices in India and Hong Kong, saying that it would broaden the range of its investment opportunities in Asia.

The CEO of Providence private equity firm said that the company’s investment in Volia Cable, a Ukrainian cable television, is the seventh notable investment in the media sector in Europe.

The 25th Anniversary Gala of When You Wish Upon a Star announces its honorees, including Jonathan M. Nelson, chief executive officer of Providence Equity Partners.

Jonathan M. Nelson of Providence Equity Partners is one of the featured partners of Deals and Deal Makers, an exclusive conference from the Wall Street Journal.

Fortune’s Power List ranks Providence Equity Partners sixth in 2007 and ninth in 2008; CEO Jonathan Nelson was the primary contributor for the Jonathan M. Nelson Fitness Center, which was worth $45 million, at Brown University.

Warner Music Group Board member, Jonathan M. Nelson resigned from his position to pursue other investment responsibilities.

Jonathan M. Nelson comments on Hulu, one of the top web-based aggregators of video content, as The Walt Disney Company partners with Providence Equity Partners, NBC Universal, and News Corporation.

Business Week provides an executive profile of Jonathan Nelson, with listings of his board of directors memberships and other company affiliations.

Providence Equity Partners, via Jonathan M. Nelson, pulls off a $51 billion buyout of Bell Canada.

Muckety shows an interactive map of Jonathan M. Nelson’s past and current affiliations.