TELEPOOL announces the reorganization of the executive team and appoints new head of TV sales

TELEPOOL announces the reorganization of the executive team and appoints new head of TV sales
TELEPOOL today announced the reorganization of the executive team at TELEPOOL’s World Sales Brand Global Screen as Julia Weber, the company’s former Head of Sales and Acquisitions, leaves the company.

Higuchi-Zitzmann then announced the appointment of Brianne Bonney as Head of TV Sales at Global Screen, starting November 1st. Based in Munich, American-born Bonney will lead the Global Screen TV distribution team in its sales efforts across the company’s large and diverse TV films and series portfolio. She will also directly spearhead TV sales, especially to English speaking territories such as the UK, USA and Canada.

Industry veteran Bonney’s sales expertise covers all genres including TV series – both scripted
and unscripted, entertainment and scripted formats and feature films. Bonney has significant
and wide-ranging experience of many aspects of the global content business having held
senior sales positions at major international distribution companies including Bavaria Media
International, Red Arrow International and Turkey’s Global Agency.
In addition to Brianne Bonney, who is strengthening Global Screen's TV sales division and international streaming business, Klaus Rasmussen will further expand the successful feature film division and Ulrike Schröder will be responsible for the acquisition of high-quality content.

Global Screen will attend next month’s MIPCOM with a diverse range of brand new programming including the highly anticipated Davos 1917 (6 x 45’), a spy drama based on real events that occurred in the early days of the European Secret Service; pulsating documentary Munich ’72 (3 x 45’ or 1 x 109’), the chilling story of the 1972 Munich Olympics terror attack; the hugely popular series Seaside Crimes (2 x 90’), intriguing crime stories by Ismail Sahin shot in a stunning and largely unknown part of Europe which appears idyllic but has many secrets to hide; The Undertaker (1 x 96’), a black crime comedy film.