Content Television, a division of Content Media Corporation, has today announced that it has retained executive Matt Cooperstein to spearhead its renewed activity in the kids, teens and tweens programming genre. Cooperstein will report to Greg Phillips, President, Content TV and Digital and will work on both new acquisitions and sales of its portfolio of children’s programming.
Based in Content’s US office, Cooperstein will work with leading international producers and broadcasters to acquire and develop programming to expand its catalogue of kids, tweens and teen content. He will also work closely with Content’s sales teams in Los Angeles and London, led by Saralo MacGregor, Executive Vice President, Worldwide Distribution and Kathryn Rice, Senior Vice President, Sales & Acquisitions Europe, respectively, and Content’s digital department led by Executive Vice President Jonathan Ford, to drive sales of the catalogue on all platforms around the world.
Cooperstein joins Content from California-based Toonz Entertainment USA. With more than 20 years of experience launching innovative programming throughout the US and worldwide, including Wolverine, X-Men and Speed Racer :The Next Generation, Cooperstein has worked with numerous key studios and companies such as ITC Entertainment Group, Polygram Television, Universal Worldwide Television, IndieArts Entertainment and Liberation Entertainment.