Miramax, the film studio that has produced hit features including Pulp Fiction, No Country For Old Men and Clerks, has hired NBC Universal new media executive Beth Minehart as senior vice president, global digital.
This marks the latest high profile hire from the company following the recruitment of former Power boss Danny Goldman.
Minehart, who was previously SVP, international new media at NBC Universal, where she worked for 14 years, will report directly to Miramax CEO Mike Lang and will work closely with Eric Doctorow, EVP, and Joe Patrick, SVP, Sales.
“This is another important step for Miramax becoming a global company, and underscores our commitment to innovation in the digital market,” said Lang. “Beth is a well-known digital executive and we believe she will take Miramax’s early efforts with great platforms like Netflix, Hulu and Facebook to the next level.”