(May 11, 2006 - Burbank, CA) – Greg Wylie has been named Director, Creative Services for Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution (WBDTD), it was announced today by Susan Kantor, Senior Vice President, Marketing, Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution and Telepictures Productions. In this position, Wylie will report to Kantor and work closely with the On-Air and Print Art & Advertising units of Warner Bros. Television Group’s Creative Services department. He will supervise the creation and production of marketing materials for first-run and off-network syndicated television series distributed by WBDTD. He will be responsible for sales presentations (on-air and print), collateral materials, trade and consumer advertising campaigns, photo shoots, and special projects for the division, ensuring brand integrity for all domestic product and platforms. Additionally, Wylie will manage WBDTD’s relationship with outside service providers, including agencies, graphic designers and photographers. He will work with station relations managers to produce promotional materials for series, and will also serve as the WBDTD marketing point person for planning related to industry conventions, such as NATPE, Promax and SNTA, among others. Before joining WBDTD, Wylie served as an on-air promotions consultant to Twentieth Television, where he worked closely with Kantor. In that position, he oversaw the production of on-air and radio promo campaigns for the “The Simpsons,” “24,” “King of the Hill” and “COPS” in off-network syndication. Prior to that, Wylie worked at Universal Television Productions from 1999-2004, starting as Manager, Photography, and, later, serving as Director, Photography and Creative Services. From 1998-1999, Wylie was Manager, On-Air Promotions, for Studios USA Domestic Television, after serving as Manager, Accounting for two years. Before moving to California, Wylie was Vice President of Foggy Notions, LLC in his home state of Texas, where he managed the day-to-day operations of seven franchise stores for music retailer CD Warehouse and developed advertising campaigns for the national chain.
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