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Sesame Promotes Within Worldwide Distribution Group

Sesame Workshop recently promoted three within its worldwide distribution group.

Those promoted are:

  • Scott Chambers to senior vice president of worldwide media distribution, where he will be responsible for all aspects of digital, traditional and mobile media businesses worldwide, including publishing, interactive, television, home video and audio. He joined Sesame in 2002 and has previously worked for Disney Publishing as North American licensing director.

  • Mike Khouri to vice president of home video and audio distribution, where he will supervise home video and audio businesses domestically and internationally. He joined Sesame in 2006 and previously served as director of retail sales and marketing for Universal Music and Video Distribution.

  • Jennifer Perry to vice president of publishing, where she will supervise the publishing business worldwide, including the Sesame Workshop publishing archive. She joined Sesame in 2005 and has worked at Scholastic as associate editorial director.

"Not only does Sesame Workshop house a rich library of assets that are being made available through new distribution channels, but we're also continuing to produce new creative daily for a multitude of platforms including the digital arena," says Terry Fitzpatrick, Sesame Workshop's executive vice president of distribution. "Scott, Mike and Jennifer each possess strong qualities in business development, strategic planning and licensee relationship management that are critical in growing the Sesame brand and ultimately extending the reach of our educational content around the world."

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