20th Century Fox Beefs Up Consumer Products Team
The new hires and promotions are part of a plan to develop Fox's global brand strategy and better manage brands in all divisions of the film and TV company.
In an effort to focus on global brand strategy, 20th Century Fox Consumer Products has promoted one longtime employee, moved another from a sister division and made one new hire.
“We’ve put in place a team of industry experts that will develop global brand strategies and manage the brands throughout every area of that division,” said Jeffrey Godsick, president of Fox Consumer Products.
Lora Cohn has been promoted to senior vp global brand management and strategy, and Teri VanLandingham and Peter Leeb will share the role of vp global brand management and strategy.
Cohn, who has spent the past 17 years at Fox Consumer Products, most recently overseeing sales and development of hard goods, will be responsible for the overall brand vision of all film and television properties. She also will help expand the portfolio of consumer products and advise about brands throughout Fox's parent company, News Corp.
Leeb managed advertising for Fortune 500 brands including Ford, Mars and Gatorade before joining Fox Home Entertainment, where he was involved in strategy, digital media and retail. Now, he will oversee such shows as Family Guy, Sons of Anarchy and Modern Family. Leeb also will tackle global strategy and international market expansion.
VanLandingham comes aboard after 20 years of entertainment marketing experience at such entities as Miramax Films, the American Film Institute and Rogers & Cowan. She most recently ran her own international marketing consultancy practice with clients including RedEnvelope.com and the city of Rome. She will oversee such film brands as Avatar, Ice Age and Alvin and the Chipmunks.
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