Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has promoted Tedd Cittadine to senior vice president of digital distribution.
Cittadine will oversee Fox’s North American film and TV digital distribution business and will be responsible for growth of key digital clients and major cable, telecom and satellite distributors in the U.S. and Canada. He will report to Keith Feldman, Fox’s president of worldwide distribution.
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“Tedd has been instrumental in establishing our digital businesses in the North American marketplace, and his proven results and consummate experience will be valuable in the continued evolution and pursuit of our digital strategy,” Feldman said. “As we come closer to bridging the gap between physical and digital content, Tedd is well positioned to continue to support our company’s key digital initiatives and drive our business forward.”
Feldman was promoted to his new role in June to lead all customer engagement and activities for 20th Century Fox and third-party partners including DreamWorks Animation, MGM and Relativity Media.
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Cittadine will help drive growth for Fox’s Digital HD and VOD offerings for film and episodic TV content as well as manage new business development and existing deal management.
Cittadine joined Fox in 2006 and most recently served as vice president of digital distribution for 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment.