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Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has realigned its marketing management and made two key appointments, divison president and chief marketing officer Mary Daily said Monday in a release.
Vincent Marcais has been promoted to Executive Vice President, Worldwide Brand Marketing and James Finn is now Senior Vice President, Worldwide Communication, Media and Partnerships, a newly created position.
“Vincent and James set success as a goal and then overachieve in whatever they do, from shaping and delivering disruptive campaigns across an expanding set of media platforms to effectively positioning our titles with consumers as the best in home entertainment experiences,” Daily said.
Marcais was promoted from his previous position as Senior Vice President of International Marketing.
He has overseen marketiing outside North America siincce 2009, helping engineer the shift from physical distirbution to dellivering content on all media platforms. Before 2006, Marcais was based in London, where he was Fox’s vp of marketing for European home entertainment.
Finn’s former positions included managing communication for new technology advancements and involvement in TV and film home entertainment releases such as Glee, Modern Family,The Simpsons and the Star Wars saga. A 12 year veteran of the company, Finn also previously held the position of vp of National Publicity at Fox Searchlight Pictures, based in New York.
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