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SPT announces first wave of territory heads as part of business revamp

Sony Pictures Television has announced its first wave of territory managers as it moves into consolidating a management model which brings together business under a single leader. The newly appointed country ...
July 31, 2018

Sony Pictures Television has announced its first wave of territory managers as it moves into consolidating a management model which brings together business under a single leader.

The newly appointed country leaders are: France: Noemie Weisse; Germany: Andreas Ditter; Italy: Zelda Stewart (pictured); Spain: Jorge Lezaun; Nordics/Benelux: Louise Emblem; Africa: Kunle Falodun; Central & Eastern Europe: Damian Newton; Russia: Irina Panfilova; Middle East: Ziad Yaghi; Australia & New Zealand: Robbie Lanier; China: Dai Huang; Japan: Masao Takiyama; Canada: Phil King; Mexico: Ramon Garcia; Brazil: Jefferson Pugsley; Latin America (excluding Mexico & Brazil): Monica Veiga and Nathascha Rengifo.

In the coming days and weeks, regional and country leaders will provide more information about their respective areas.

“With this new leadership structure, we have already seen increased collaboration and the generation of great ideas driving our business forward,” said Keith Le Goy, president, worldwide distribution, Sony Pictures Entertainment, in a memo. “From innovations in how we work across SPHE windows to developing new revenue share models around the world with AXN, we can already see meaningful early wins.”

SPT will confirm additional territory managers for other countries, such as the UK, at a later time.

About The Author
Selina Chignall joins the realscreen team as a staff writer. Prior to working with rs, she covered lobbying activity at Hill Times Publishing. She also spent a year covering the Hill as a journalist with iPolitics. Her beat focused on youth, education, democratic reform, innovation and infrastructure. She holds a Master of Arts in Journalism from Western University and a Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto.

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