All3Media International has drafted in Entertainment One Television’s Graham Spencer to become senior VP, EMEA south.
Spencer (pictured) is an experienced executive who has held senior sales roles at eOne, Warner Bros. International Television Production, 2waytraffic International and its predecessor Celador International.
At All3’s international arm, he will report to executive VP, EMEA Stephen Driscoll. He will particularly focus on sales on finished tape and formats in France. The post is a new role, a spokesperson told TBI.
The news comes a week after it was revealed former All3 International boss Louise Pedersen was returning to the company as CEO following the departure of Steve Macallister, which TBI revealed earlier this month.
Spencer had been sales director, Scandinavia, central and eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa at eOne Television International, having been an independent consultant directly before that.
He had been interim director of sales at Warner Bros.’s international TV arm, sales director at 2waytraffic, which Sony Pictures Television bought, and format business development manager at Celador. He has also worked for Reuters.
“Graham’s experience and in-depth knowledge of the global television industry will be absolutely invaluable as we continue to build our position as the go-to distributor for wide-ranging and internationally-appealing programming and formats,” said Driscoll.
Also joining the EMEA south team at All3 International is Milly Doyle, who comes to the Discovery Communications- and Liberty Global-owned company from NBCUniversal, where she provided support to executive VP of international programming Steve Patscheck.
Doyle will take on a coordinator posy. She has also been acquisitions assistant at Shine International and channel and scheduling assistant at UKTV.