Fox Entertainment organized its Sales Division

Fox Entertainment organized its Sales Division
Fox Entertainment's global content sales division has appointed three senior executives to oversee the distribution of in-house and third-party intellectual properties across major territories. Simona Argenti becomes Senior Vice President, Content Sales, for the EMEA region, Nathalie Wogue assumes the role of Senior Vice President, Global Format Sales, and Roxanne Likely is named Senior Director, Content Sales for the U.S. and Latin America. They join current executives Jody Cipriano, Vice President, Sales, Asia Pacific, Australia and New Zealand; Andy Whiteman, Sales Consultant; and Brook Peters, Senior Vice President at Neshama Releasing, handling FEG titles in Canada.

Argenti will work alongside David Smyth, FEG’s Executive Vice President of Content Sales and Partnerships, in London, while Wogue and Likely will be based in FEG’s Los Angeles headquarters.

David Smyth remarked, “As FEG expands its portfolio of titles and formats globally, our senior leadership team ensures content reaches global buyers and audiences. Simona, Nathalie, and Roxanne bring valuable expertise to our sales operation, joining Jody, Andy, and Brook, fostering strong relationships worldwide and driving partner-focused opportunities.”

Simona Argenti previously worked at Beyond Rights alongside Smyth and has experience at tech company Salesforce and BBC Studios. Nathalie Wogue, a formats veteran, has consulted for Fox and held roles at Fremantle France, IMG Entertainment, and Endemol. Roxanne Likely joins from Paramount Global, with prior experience at Miramax.

These appointments precede the London TV Screenings, where FEG will feature shows like We Are Family, Beat My Mini-Mes, and Grimsburg. Additionally, Fox Entertainment has engaged Philippa Collie Cousins, former UKTV commissioner, to develop scripted content on a consultancy basis.