Chris Greenfield has re-joined the L.A. and Ottawa-based company in the role of president following a decade-long hiatus from the kids, tweens and teens-focused agency.
The French consumer products biz has had a little shake up over the summer. Longtime CPLG France MD Marina Narishkin is moving to TF1 Licenses, while CPLG has tapped ex-Disney exec Virginie Kleinclaus-Renard (pictured) to replace her.
DC Entertainment chief Diane Nelson, also president and CCO of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, will expand her purview to become the new head of Warner Bros. Consumer Products with current WBCP president Brad Globe set to step down next spring.
The former Tricon exec becomes president of distribution at Temple Street, which also announced it has inked a worldwide content deal with Netflix for tween series Lost & Found Music Studios.
DreamWorks Animation’s first-ever chief global brand officer Michael Francis is set to leave his full-time role in December, but will continue on as an external consultant for the company and as a board member for AwesomenessTV.