DIC Creates New Division

DIC Entertainment formed a Global Brand Management division to create a dynamic synergy among its key divisions—television, home entertainment, and consumer products. The new division will manage the company’s brands as a whole business b

April 6, 2018

DIC Entertainment formed a Global Brand Management division to create a dynamic synergy among its key divisions—television, home entertainment, and consumer products. The new division will manage the company’s brands as a whole business by working with executives from each division in addition to third-party partners, rights holders, and licensees. The new division will be led by Nancy Fowler, head of global sales, who will continue to head the domestic and international consumer products, television, home entertainment, and marketing divisions. Other members of the brand management team include Leila Pirnia who was named vice president of brand management; Geri Robert, upped to director of brand management and responsible for “Horseland,” “Madeline,” “Dinosaurs,” “Mommy & Me,” and “Cake”;  and Shawn Brower, who will manage the Strawberry Shortcake and McDonald’s brands as director of brand management.

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