In her new role, Reyburn will be responsible for driving business development within the pan-European publishing sector for CPLG’s portfolio. She will initially focus on properties “The Deep,” “Teletubbies,” “In the Night Garden,” “Twirlywoos,” “Care Bears,” “Sesame Street” and the Rugby Football Union.
Prior to joining CPLG, Reyburn worked at Egmont Publishing in the magazine division, where she managing eight titles including
Thomas & Friends, Barbie, Bing
and most recently, she was responsible for launching the
magazine. She also briefly worked with BBC Worldwide and again at Egmont on the acquisitions team for both books and magazines.
“We are delighted to welcome Anna to our London based team,” says Stephen Gould, managing director, CPLG U.K. “Anna brings a wealth of licensing experience and expert publishing knowledge, which will prove invaluable to
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