John O’Hara, executive vice president, Cartoon Network sales, marketing & CNE and Paul Condolora, senior vice president, digital & CNE for Turner's animation, young adults and kids media, will jointly oversee CNE teams in Atlanta, Los Angeles and New York.
Erik Resnick, vice president of home entertainment, and Pete Yoder, vice president of consumer products, will continue in their respective roles and leadership oversight, reporting to Condolora and O’Hara.
The announcement follows Christina Miller's promotion to senior vice president and general manager of NBA Digital, while continuing as senior vice president of Turner Sports Strategy/Marketing/Promotions.
Miller will step down as senior vice president of CNE, where she oversaw Cartoon Network’s consumer products and home video business in the U.S. Miller oversaw the global branding and merchandising arm of Cartoon Network and spearheaded the division's growth for various consumer product programs including "Ben 10," "Generator Rex," "Adventure Time" and "Adult Swim." Miller and CNE were featured in an exclusive cover story in License! Global.
“Miller was an instrumental part of the growth and expansion of Cartoon Network Enterprises,” says David Levy, president of sales, distribution and sports, Turner Broadcasting System. “While her role shifts to focus directly on our Turner Sports division, we have the opportunity to expand the roles of two strong executives who have demonstrated drive and achievement during their time with Turner, and will continue to lead the CNE division to greater success.”
“Both O’Hara and Condolora have had a tremendous impact on Cartoon Network and Adult Swim in each of their respective areas," says Stuart Snyder, president and chief operating officer of Turner Broadcasting System, animation, young adults and kids media division. "These are well-deserved new responsibilities and we look forward to the two of them working together and growing the business of Cartoon Network Enterprise even more.”