Fox Home Entertainment Promotes Keith Feldman to President, Worldwide Distribution


Keith Feldman has been promoted to president, worldwide distribution at 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, it was announced today by Mike Dunn, Fox Home Entertainment president. Feldman had been serving as president, international, overseeing the company’s international direct distribution, which he will continue to lead.

In his new position, he will also lead all worldwide efforts to connect with customers through Fox’s physical and digital home entertainment businesses for both Fox and its third party partners, including DreamWorks Animation, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Relativity Media. Additionally, he will be responsible for the strategic alignment and growth of key global customers, including Amazon, Best Buy, Comcast, Google Play, iTunes, PlayStation, Sky, Target, Walmart including VUDU and Xbox, among others. 

Fox also said Feldman will develop and implement strategies to drive its digital HD, VOD and physical disc business, partnering with multi-channel retailers to leverage and integrate the home-entertainment category across brick and mortar stores, e-commerce, and digital. He will lead all licensing and commercial negotiations with global and local digital platforms. 

By giving Feldman the new post, Dunn is completing his global integration of Fox’s marketing, research and technology and distribution. In addition to Feldman, that team includes Mary Daily, president of marketing and chief marketing officer, and Danny Kaye, executive vp of research and technology strategy.

“Keith has been instrumental in developing our physical and digital businesses in the international marketplace, and his experience, leadership, and business acumen will help ensure our future success globally," Dunn said. "As we continue to navigate the vast expansion of retail channels around the world, he is well positioned to continue to lead our company's flagship customer initiatives and drive our business forward.”

  

 

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