Feldman Promoted at Fox24 Jun, 2014 By: Chris Tribbey
Keith Feldman has been promoted to president of worldwide distribution for 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, expanding on his previous role of president of international. Feldman will continue to oversee international direct distribution for the studio.
His expanded responsibilities include leading customer engagement and activities for both physical and digital home entertainment transactional businesses worldwide, for both Fox and third-party partners DreamWorks Animation, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Relativity Media. He’s tasked with growing Fox’s relationship with key retailers, including Walmart and Vudu, Comcast, Amazon, Best Buy, Google Play, iTunes, PlayStation, Sky, Target and Xbox.
A big part of his new role is anticipating and reacting to changing consumer behaviors when it comes to engaging with content. He’ll be tasked with leading Fox’s push with Digital HD, VOD and physical disc. He’ll also be leading all licensing and commercial negotiations with global and local digital platforms.
“I am excited to have the opportunity to strategically shape the future of our organization with a global perspective and to identify and champion new business models and distribution channels for home entertainment,” Feldman said.
The appointment marks the latest piece of 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment president Mike Dunn’s updated global senior leadership team, covering distribution, marketing, research and technology, and including Mary Daily, president of marketing and chief marketing officer, and Danny Kaye, EVP of research and technology strategy.
“Keith has been instrumental in developing our physical and digital businesses in the international marketplace, and his experience, leadership, and business acumen will help ensure our future success globally," Dunn said. "As we continue to navigate the vast expansion of retail channels around the world, he is well positioned to continue to lead our company's flagship customer initiatives and drive our business forward.”