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MERENDA RIGHT FOR NEW SONY/ATV POST

Twentieth Century Fox music publishing exec Cathy Merenda is joining Sony/ATV to lead the acquisition and retention of valued administration partnerships with film, television, broadcast and digital media companies in the U.S. 

In the newly created role of Senior Vice President, Broadcast and Media Rights, she will report to Chairman and CEO Jon Platt and be based in Los Angeles.

“Her considerable expertise in music publishing and copyright administration makes her a perfect fit to engage our broadcast and media clients and position our partnerships for success,” Platt said.

Merenda spent 25 years in the Fox studio’s music division, rising to Senior Vice President, Music Publishing.  In that role, she oversaw all aspects of music publishing, which included licensing, creative, copyright administration and royalties for Fox’s domestic film, television, syndication, news, sports and cable divisions.  

“I have always been impressed by the enthusiasm and integrity running throughout the company,” Merenda said. “Sony/ATV represents the right place at the right time for me to focus my energy and passion on advancing the media sector within a world class publisher.”

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