Paramount Pictures Legal Department

Prior to Viacom, Berkett was co-founder and executive vice president of Townsquare Media (NYSE: TSQ), where he was responsible for corporate development, mergers and acquisitions, investor relations, legal affairs, business development, corporate communications, and all capital raising activities, including the company`s IPO in 2014. Berkett founded Townsquare in 2010 with his partners from FiveWire Media, an investment firm he co-founded. In 2009, Berkett joined FiveWire after joining J.P. Morgan`s Technology, Media & Telecom investment banking group, which he joined following J.P. Morgan`s acquisition of Bear, Stearns & Co. Inc. in 2008. Christa A. D`Alimonte is Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of Paramount. She oversees the company`s global legal affairs as General Counsel and reports to Bob Bakish, President and CEO of Paramount.

Help us make statutory salaries more transparent. Get exclusive access to anonymized legal salary data. D`Alimonte was previously Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of Viacom since 2017. During this time, she was responsible for overseeing Viacom`s global legal functions, as well as the company`s human resources department and security, facilities, and real estate teams. An industry veteran, Hopkins has over 30 years of experience, including eight years (2005-2013) as Chief Operating Officer of YES Network (Yankees Entertainment and Sports Network), where he was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the company`s sales, legal, financial, business development, new media, marketing, human resources and communications operations. Prior to his international and global roles, Gillmer was Senior Vice President of Music and Talent Relations for VH1 in the U.S., where he was instrumental in the co-development and production of shows, series and events, including VH1 DIVAS LIVE; VH1 Hip Hop Tributes; VH1 Fashion Awards; and Behind the Music, among others. He began his career in 1987 in the MTV Music and Talent division, working on iconic series and specials such as Headbangers Ball, MTV Spring Break and YO! MTV oilseed rape. In this new role, Armstrong — a longtime Warner Bros.

veteran — will oversee the business and legal affairs of all of the studio`s live-action and animation production divisions. He will also lead the studio`s business development team. In this role, he will not only oversee the analysis and evaluation of all new business opportunities for Paramount, but will also work on the company`s strategic planning activities. “Anyone who knows or works with Courtney can attest that his business and legal acumen, as well as his exceptional leadership skills, place him at the forefront of his field. He will be a tremendous asset to Paramount, and we couldn`t be happier to have him on our team,” Andrew Gumpert, Paramount`s chief operating officer, to whom Armstrong will report, said in a statement. Prior to joining CBS, Ross spent three years at ABC Network, selling during the day before being named Prime Account Executive. Prior to that, Ross worked for media buying firm Bozell, where she started as an assistant buyer and worked her way up to Senior Vice President, where she led the Network Buying Division. Ms.

Seligman has extensive experience in the media industry with various leadership positions within a large media conglomerate, experience in publicly traded companies and corporate governance, as well as outstanding achievements in the legal profession. The studio announced Tuesday that Courtney D. Armstrong would join Paramount as president of commercial affairs and administration. Meanwhile, Stephen Plum, senior executive vice president of business and legal affairs, is leaving Paramount. Jay Galston, Executive Vice President of Strategic Planning and Business Development, is also leaving his operations. Prior to joining Paramount`s executive team, Mills was president and chief operating officer of BET Networks. In this role, Mr. Mills led commercial functions including sales, finance, legal and commercial affairs, human resources, digital, research, strategic planning, business development and administration. As COO, he also led the launch of BET`s CENTRIC channel. For Showtime Networks Inc., Nevins leads the programming, sales, business development, finance, marketing, planning, research, streaming, acquisition, legal, network operations and corporate communications teams, as well as SHOWTIME Sports®. He also works closely with Paramount Global`s international and domestic distribution groups to monetize Showtime Networks content worldwide. Julia Phelps is Executive Vice President, Director of Corporate Communications and Marketing at Paramount.

In this role, Phelps oversees corporate communications, corporate and business-to-business marketing, corporate social responsibility/ESG, special events, and in-house creative teams. She will report to Bob Bakish, President and CEO of Paramount. Robbins began his career as a prolific producer of television, film, and digital media, and is best known for producing popular and critical television hits aimed at teens and young audiences, including the long-running CW series Smallville and One Tree Hill; All That and Kenan and Kel from Nickelodeon; Disney Channel is so random; and Spike TV`s Blue Mountain State.