She will take over from Gary Marsh, who is leaving to set up a Disney-backed production company.
Marsh, the 33-year Disney veteran behind everything from “Gravity Falls” to “Elena of Avalor,” will produce content for Disney.
“I’m especially thrilled about ramping up our studio’s animation efforts, which is a personal passion of mine,” says Alonso.
Robbins will continue to lead Nickelodeon as well.
Ted Mathot (“Incredibles 2”) and Karen Disher (“Rio”) have joined the young feature animation studio.
Hicks is replacing Wayne Dearing, who has led the Philippines-based studio since founding it in 1999.
The executive has been promoted amid a reorganization at ViacomCBS’s MTV Entertainment Group.
The executive veteran will oversee anime and action series at the two studios, while keeping a similar role at Adult Swim.
The studio is welcoming vfx supervisors Dottie Starling, Damien Hurgon, and Ellen Poon, as well as feature animation head of production Nathan Santell.
Illumination is producing a forthcoming “Super Mario” animated movie with Nintendo.
Miloro stepped down as co-president of Fox Animation, where she oversaw Blue Sky, in July 2019.
Ty has been named the division’s global head of character animation, while Donato joins as vfx supervisor on a major project.
Martinez and Crews will be vice presidents of series and production, respectively.
Kanter is only the latest in a stream of executives who have left Disney for Netflix.
Quaroni spent 24 years at Pixar, most recently as its vice president of software r&d.
The executive was previously overseeing development at the John Lasseter-led Skydance Animation.
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The start-up, which buys and develops preschool IP, bills itself as “one of the largest digital media companies in the world.”
Jason Tammemägi and Ailbhe McCabe will help grow the Oscar-nominated studio’s slate of features and series.