Ken Rose began his career at Radio & Records (R&R). Rose was responsible for National Sales and was involved in the approval of the final product. Rose was a staff Producer at Westwood One and also Kenny Rogers NKR Productions. R&R also leveraged Rose for his production skills for Concert Cinema and their entertainment division. Rose produced music and videos for such acts as Stevie Nicks, Lionel Richie, Kansas and Toto. In 1988, Rose co-founded Prosonus a digital audio production company. Prosonus had several divisions including Record Mastering, Audio for Motion Picture and Technical Products. Nominated for a TEC award for technical excellence Prosonus was considered a top producer and leading edge creator of digital audio products CD mastering and the critically acclaimed Prosonus sample library. Prosonus was the first independent digital mastering company responsible for re-mastering the catalogues of Jimi Hendrix, Barbara Streisand, Frank Sinatra and The Beach Boys among others. Rose brought digital audio to motion pictures and television working on major motion pictures including “Days of Thunder”, “Bird on a Wire”, “Born on the 4th of July” and “RFK, In His Own Words” to name a few. In 1992, Rose sold Prosonus and pursued his production roots as an independent producer working with top acts such as Todd Rundgren, Graham Nash and Alan Parsons. Rose is an expert consultant to Apple Computer and Itunes.
Rose is a voting member of the Recording Academy and has been involved in music videos, albums, CD¹s, DVD’s and motion pictures. Rose founded AFM Advertising, Inc. a representation firm specializing in Motion Picture, Television and Music. AFM represents the Recording Academy (GRAMMY Awards), The Critics Choice Movie and Television Awards, The Latin Recording Academy (Latin GRAMMY Awards) to name a few.