Paramount Domestic Television has promoted and hired several key sales people, representing the company’s reorganization since taking over Rysher and Worldvision last year.
“We are very excited about our latest round of promotions and hires. These moves solidify our western, central and eastern offices since we assumed handling the Rysher and Worldvision product,” said Mark Dvornik, senior VP and general sales manager of the division.
Robert Wussler has been upped to VP and western regional manager. Based in Los Angeles, he will oversee all syndie sales originating from the territory.
Reporting to Wussler are Paul Danylik, now western division manager; Chris Brooks, who has been promoted to division manager; and Lorenzo Esparza, who has been tapped an account exec.
In the central division, which is based out of the Chicago office, Bill Webb has been promoted to division manager, reporting to Maura Cope, VP and regional manager. In addition, P. Scott Montgomery has been hired as an account exec, reporting to Cope.
In the eastern division, based out of New York, Jon Joseph has been upped to division manager; Joaquin Esteva has been hired as account exec. Joseph and Esteva report to Scott Koondel, VP and regional manager.