Paramount Television has promoted David Goldman to President of Business Operations, the company announced on Monday.
Goldman, who most recently served as executive vice president, business affairs and strategy, has been with the studio since its inception in 2013. He will continue to report to studio president Amy Powell.
“The chance to build Paramount Television with Amy and the team has been a dream come true. I’m so grateful for Amy’s support and I look forward to continuing the expansion of Paramount TV,” Goldman said in a statement.
“David is a strong leader who thinks broadly about our business and Paramount TV’s interests around the world with a level head and clear point of view,” said Powell. “David was the first employee I hired when we launched Paramount TV and I am thrilled he will continue to be a part of our team in this expanded role as we work together to strategically grow our business globally.”
Goldman has previously served in business affairs at ABC Studios and was an attorney at the entertainment law firm Grubman Indursky & Schindler (now Grubman Shire Meiselas & Sacks), where he advised clients on a range of film and television agreements.
Paramount Television’s upcoming slate includes Tom Clancy’s “Jack Ryan” starring John Krasinski at Amazon, the second season of Netflix’s “13 Reasons Why,” the George Clooney-led Hulu series “Catch-22,” the upcoming “First Wives Club” on Paramount Network.