Duo to head Vantage marketing

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Megan Colligan and Guy Endore-Kaiser have been named co-heads of marketing at Paramount Vantage.

Both joined the company in early 2006 and will work together on release strategy, marketing campaigns and new marketing initiatives for all domestic campaigns of Paramount Vantage and Paramount Classics titles. Colligan will continue to oversee publicity, and Endore-Kaiser will continue to oversee creative.

"Megan and Guy have helped shepherd such projects as 'Babel' and 'An Inconvenient Truth' to great success with innovative thinking and skillful execution," Vantage president John Lesher said. "They have been integral to the growth of Paramount Vantage, and these new positions reflect their outstanding contributions."

Before joining Paramount Vantage, Colligan was vp publicity at Fox Searchlight, where she spearheaded campaigns for "Thank You for Smoking" and "I § Huckabees." She also oversaw the awards team for "Sideways," which garnered six Academy Awards nominations, including a win for best adapted screenplay.

Endore-Kaiser spent three years at the Ant Farm, where he worked on campaigns for such films as "Sin City" and "Nacho Libre." Before that, he was a copywriter at Aspect Ratio. Endore-Kaiser recently won three Key Art Awards for the "Truth" campaign.

Upcoming Vantage releases include "Arctic Tale," "Into the Wild," "Margot at the Wedding," "Kite Runner" and "There Will Be Blood."
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