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The BBC is eliminating its children’s channel controller roles. Helen Bullough is promoted to Head Production, overseeing CBeebies and CBBC in Salford, and Children’s in Scotland. CBeebies Controller Kay Benbow, Production Head Alison Stewart, and Controller Business Jackie Myburgh are set to leave the company. BBC Children’s director Alice Webb will recruit for new positions including Head Curation & Discovery, Head Business Operations, and Head Commercial & Business Affairs Children’s.

Tiffany & Co. appoints Alessandro Bogliolo as CEO.

Kuju appoints Mick Morris as Business Development Director.

Scott Brothers Global appoints Lance Paine to serve as President.

Elan Cole is NYC & Company’s new Creative Director.

Hulu hires Kelly Campbell as its new CMO.

Producer Will Packer teams with Discovery Communications and Universal Pictures to form a new production venture focused on TV, digital programming, and branded content. Packer serves as CEO and Alix Baudin as President and COO.

Bernd Conrad launches a new German-based consulting service for licensors, called Conrad Enterprises.

Bonnie Pan is hired as the new Head Network at AwesomenessTV.

The owner of Joie, Equipment, and Current/Elliott—now re-named The Collected Group—hires Sarah Rutson as Chief Brand Officer. She is tasked with identifying potential acquisitions to help build the group’s portfolio beyond its current contemporary labels into the designer, beauty, and lifestyle categories.

Joaquín Colino is promoted to CEO of Condé Nast Mexico and Latin America.


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