Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment Intl. has announced several key executive promotions in its marketing division.
Monica Juniel has been upped to veep of marketing to set the strategy for direct-to-video sell-through feature releases, and catalog and television products on video. As director of marketing, she oversaw the international video releases of the special edition “Star Wars” trilogy and “Titanic.”
Ann Murphy has been tapped as veep of creative services. She will oversee the creative direction, design, development and distribution of all video packaging and print materials.
Scott Thomas will serve as veep of marketing, developing the agenda for kids titles, including animated features, direct-to-video releases and the Fox Kids brand. He also will oversee “The Simpsons,” “The X-Files” and second-tier sell-through releases of feature releases.
Peter Norman, former international director of product marketing for Blockbuster, will serve as veep of rental marketing.
Frederic Moget will serve as director of marketing. Moget was formerly key account and trade marketing director of TCFHE France.
Juniel, Murphy, Thomas and Norman report to Lisa Licht, the division’s senior veep of marketing. Moget will report to Juniel.
Additionally, in the finance and operations department, Claudette Nosan and Steve Cantos have been upped to director of finance and director of operations, respectively.
Promoted from manager of finance, Nosan will oversee the preparation of annual budgets, quarterly forecasts and key title tracking.
Cantos, formerly an associate director, will continue to act as a liaison between the international markets and home office in the creation and distribution of video mastering elements for all Fox releases.