(May 28, 2002 - Burbank, CA) - Andrew Goldman has been named Senior Vice President, General Sales Manager, Media Sales, Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution, it was announced today by Michael Teicher, Executive Vice President, Media Sales, Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution (WBDTD). In his new position, Goldman will be Teicher’s second-in-command, working with him to oversee all operations of the media sales department, handling national advertising time for first-run and off-network television product distributed by Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution and Telepictures Distribution. Goldman will be based in WBDTD’s New York offices. “Andrew has a terrific background with almost two decades in sales with various media companies,” said Teicher. “His knowledge, experience and contacts make him a great addition to our Media Sales operation. I look forward to working with him in his new post.” Goldman joins WBDTD from Internet Broadcasting Systems, where he served for three years as Executive Vice President, Sales and Business Development. Prior to that, he spent six years at Turner Broadcasting, most recently serving as Senior Vice President, Turner Interactive International Sales and Marketing. He also served as Vice President, International Sales/North American Group and Senior Account Executive/Entertainment Group at Turner. Preceding Turner, Goldman was President & CEO of Group Resources Unlimited, a media marketing consultancy firm, and served as Vice President, Director U.S. Sales and Marketing, International Management Group-Trans World International. He has also held sales/marketing posts at ESPN, Katz Television and Madison Square Garden Network. WBDTD’s Media Sales handles national advertising time for such first-run series as “The Rosie O’Donnell Show,” “Jenny Jones,” “Extra,” “Access Hollywood,” “Change of Heart,” “Judge Mathis,” “The People’s Court,” “Street Smarts” and “elimiDATE,” as well as off-network series such as “Friends” and “The Drew Carey Show.” The division also represents a number of barter movie packages.
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