Professor Joseph Saulter

CEO, Entertainment Arts Research Inc. Featured in the April Edition of Ebony Magazine 2013

Professor Joseph Saulter is the visionary and founder of Entertainment Arts Research Inc. a leader in the Video Game Industry. He is the chairman of the International Game Developers Association’s Diversity Advisory Board and has been giving a roundtable at the Game Developers Conference for the past 12 years. Dr. Saulter is the author of a series of Game Design and Development textbooks published by McGraw-Hill. He has put together a team of professionals in the video game industry. His relationship with industry leaders has grown over the years into and collective collaboration with Microsoft Bill Gates Group, Blacks in Gaming, Sony, Vivendi, Warner Bro, EA, Blizzard and Auto Desk software developer Softimage to name a few.

Joseph is a well-known musician and composer with over 30 + years in the entertainment industry. He has been a writer, producer and composer for Omnimusic a leader in the music library industry. Mr. Saulter is a member of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), American Federation of Musicians (AFM) Local 802, New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) and the Professional Composers of America. His Broadway credits are Hair, Jesus Christ Superstar and Joseph Saulter wrote the Drum book and was associate director for Doug Hennings’ Broadway Hit; The Magic Show. Joseph has received numerous awards and certifications in the Music and Entertainment Industry one of which is the Drama Desk Award for his role as Quintin in the Broadway Musical I love My Wife. For you Old School fans Joseph Saulter was the co-author of the legendary Twilight 22 Album with the smash hit Electric Kingdom with over 2,000,000 digital downloads. Dr. Saulter’s commitment to education for high-risk students has culminated to the Urban Video Game Academy and Urban Game Jam who has partnered with TVOne, Radio One and Comcast to present workshops across the country for under represented school students.

Entertainment Arts Research Inc. is the first African American controlled Video Game Development and Publishing Company traded on the public market under the ticker of EARI.