21st Century Fox Promotes Dan Berger, Nathaniel Brown
The film and TV studio has named the executives as senior vps in the corporate communications department.
Dan Berger and Nathaniel Brown have been promoted to senior vp corporate communications at 21st Century Fox, executive vp and chief communications officer Julie Henderson said Monday.
Berger and Brown previously served as vp corporate communications for the studio and will continue to report to Henderson.
"Dan and Nathaniel are both incredibly talented communications executives who have been instrumental in successfully communicating to media the rationale behind many of our most high-profile and significant moves over the past year and beyond," said Henderson in a statement. "We are fortunate to have them as part of our team, and I look forward to even more success in the years to come."
Brown joined 21st Century Fox (previously News Corp.) in 2012 from MTV, where he served as senior vp corporate communications. He also spent three years at XM Satellite Radio and six years at Sony BMG. Brown is based out of the company's New York headquarters.
Berger, who is based in L.A. and joined the studio in 2006, has served as 21st Century Fox's vp corporate communications since 2009. He previously served as vp corporate communications for the company's Fox Interactive media division. Prior to those roles, Berger spent time at Yahoo!, Edelman Worldwide and GCI Group.