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Paramount Worldwide Television Licensing & Distribution expands sales team

10-September-2015
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Paramount Worldwide Television Licensing & Distribution expands sales team

Paramount’s Worldwide Television Licensing & Distribution (PWTLD) division has added two executives to its TV Licensing team and promoted one in the Asia Pacific and Sub Saharan Africa territories, it was announced today by Amy Reinhard, President, Paramount Worldwide Television and Home Media Acquisitions.  The expansion of PWTLD’s sales team comes in response to the increasing slate of rights that PWTLD represents around the world.

 “The growth of our division is a reflection of the expanding opportunities in the global marketplace and the increasing amount of content that we have to offer, including the studio’s growing television production,” said Reinhard.  “We want to ensure that we can meet the demand across all territories and have sought out the very best professionals to add to our exceptional team so that we can continue to build our business worldwide.”

Jonathan Greenberg, SVP, TV Licensing, Asia Pacific and Sub Saharan Africa, now oversees new regional sales executives June Choi, Executive Director Regional Sales, North Asia (based in Seoul) and Manju Nair, Director Regional Sales, South Asia (based in Mumbai).

In addition, Christopher Safford has been promoted to Executive Director Regional Sales, South East Asia and Sub Saharan Africa and is now based in Singapore.  Carolyn Johnston, Senior Manager Regional Sales, is now overseeing Australia and New Zealand and is based in Sydney.

Six additional executives were added in territories around the world. The expansion of PWTLD’s sales team augments the studio’s presence in Singapore, Germany, Spain, Italy, Scandinavia, Russia, Brazil, India and Korea.

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