EMEA Team Includes Richard Tulk-Hart, Senior Vice President, Head of TV Sales EMEA,
and Jo Sherlock, Vice President, TV Sales EMEA;
Emily Briggs is Named Vice President, Digital Sales
Santa Monica, CA, April 2, 2013 – Miramax today announced the continued expansion of its global sales team, adding executives dedicated to global television and digital markets. Richard Tulk-Hart has joined the company as Senior Vice President, Head of TV Sales for Europe, Middle East and Africa (“EMEA”), reporting to Joe Patrick, Executive Vice President, Worldwide Television at Miramax, and Beth Minehart, Executive Vice President, Global Digital. Jo Sherlock has joined as Vice President, TV Sales EMEA, reporting to Tulk-Hart. In addition, Emily Briggs has been named Vice President, Digital Sales, reporting to Minehart. All appointments are effective immediately.
“As viewing platforms and fans of high quality content flourish around the world, demand for Miramax content will continue to grow,” said Patrick. “We are pleased to welcome Richard and Jo, both experienced professionals who bring regional insight, relationships and expertise, and to have them represent us and forge new Miramax relationships in the EMEA region.” Minehart added, “Miramax also remains deeply focused on working with digital platforms, which continue to grow and present unmatched opportunities for our content, and we welcome Emily, who brings strong acumen in this dynamic space, to the Digital Sales group.”
Tulk-Hart is based at Miramax’s London sales office. Before joining Miramax, Tulk-Hart was Vice President of TV Sales for Fremantle Media in the EMEA region, and prior to that, held an array of positions in the media industry with leading companies, including IMG Media for the EMEA region, and Getty Images.
Sherlock is based at Miramax’s London sales office. Prior to joining Miramax, Sherlock was Head of Business Development for BT Sport and BT Vision. While at The Walt Disney Company, Sherlock’s most recent position was as Director of Media Distribution EMEA (North) – Disney ABC ESPN Television. Sherlock also held positions of increasing seniority at Bloomberg Television, and she began her career at MTV Networks, Viacom. Sherlock holds a B.A. with honors from Durham University.
Briggs is based at Miramax’s Santa Monica headquarters. Prior to joining Miramax, Briggs held positions of increasing seniority at Netflix, most recently as Director, Content Acquisition. Briggs also served as Manager, Distribution Strategy and Finance at Comcast Corporation, and as Manager, Transaction Advisory Services at Ernst & Young, LLP. Briggs holds a M.S., Accountancy from Notre Dame University, and a B.S., Finance and B.S., Marketing from Lehigh University.
Miramax is a leading worldwide film and television studio with a library of more than 700 motion pictures. The Miramax library holds some of the world’s most original and acclaimed independent films including Pulp Fiction, Shakespeare in Love, Chicago, Good Will Hunting, The English Patient, No Country for Old Men, Kill Bill Volumes I and II, Life is Beautiful Reservoir Dogs, Sex, Lies and Videotape, Cinema Paradiso and My Left Foot – as well as scores of commercially successful films such as Bridget Jones’s Diary, Bad Santa, and the Scream, Hellraiser, Scary Movie and Spy Kids franchises. Collectively, the Miramax library has received 284 Academy Award® nominations and 68 Oscars®, including four Best Picture awards.
Miramax is headquartered in Santa Monica, California with a sales office in London. For more information, please visit www.miramax.com, “like” the company on www.facebook.com/miramax and follow Miramax on Twitter @Miramax.
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