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Woodstock native takes new role at Paramount Studios

Published: Sunday, May 11, 2014 5:30 a.m. CDT
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HOLLYWOOD, Calif. – Woodstock native Amy Reinhard has been named president of Worldwide Television and Home Media Acquisitions for Paramount Home Media Distribution. 

In her new role, Reinhard will oversee the worldwide sales and licensing of all content handled by Paramount across pay TV, broadcast, cable and SVOD, and worldwide acquisitions for home media, according to a news release from the studio.

“Since the establishment of Paramount Home Media Distribution in 2012, Amy has skillfully managed our physical, digital and television licensing businesses domestically. Her business acumen and strategic vision are exceptional,” said Hal Richardson, president of Home Media Distribution. “This new role recognizes her accomplishments and underscores the importance we place on the changing landscape of the worldwide television business.”

“Amy is a seasoned, strategic executive with strong management skills, and I am confident she will bring renewed focus and insights to our approach to television licensing,” said Dennis Maguire, president of Worldwide Home Media Distribution.

Reinhard was named executive vice president and general manager of Paramount Domestic Home Media Distribution in November 2011. Before that, she was executive vice president of Worldwide Distribution Strategy and Business Operations for Paramount Home Entertainment. Before joining the home entertainment division, Reinhard was senior vice president of Strategic Planning and Business Development for the studio where she oversaw the green-light process and long-range planning and also managed the analysis of strategic initiatives and investment options across the studio divisions. She also worked in strategic planning and business development at Revolution Studios. 

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