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CBS domestic sales shuffle continues

CBS Television Distribution has continued to rejig its ranks after handing control to Fox veteran Paul Franklin.

Steven LoCascioThe latest moves see Steven LoCascio (pictured), who was executive VP and CFO of CBSTD, upped to COO and EVP and national sales manager Stephen Hackett named president of sales.

LoCascio will keep his concurrent post of CFO as CBSSI, which Armando Nunez is now solely focusing on after Franklin took over his domestic duties and became president of CBSTD.

LoCascio has held his previous roles since 2006, having had the same posts CBS Enterprises and King World Productions, the latter of which merged with CBS Paramount Domestic Television to create CBSTD.

Hackett has been EVP and national sales chief since 2007, but now succeeds Joe DiSalvo, who had been president of sales since 2002. He now takes on an advistory role.

Hackett worked his way up from an account director post at King World.

CBSTD covers all domestic sales of CBS programming, which includes the NCIS and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation franchises. CBSSI sells the same content internationally for CBS Corp.