/Condo Nast Entertainment hired Jennifer Jones, formerly at Disney Plus

Condo Nast Entertainment hired Jennifer Jones, formerly at Disney Plus

Conte’s former Disney Plus SVP Agnes Chu, who spent five months as president of Condডে Nast Entertainment, has appointed Jennifer Jones, a former colleague at Mouse House, and promoted several CNE executives in senior roles.

Jones joined Condy Nast Entertainment as head of global business affairs and operations after nearly three years as vice president of business affairs at Disney Plus. Located in LA, Jones has recently served as a top negotiator on the local core programming slate of streaming services in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, North Asia and Canada. Previously, he was responsible for setting the parameters of the Disney Plus primary content business for scripted originals, unscripted originals, licenses, co-productions and talent contracts.

Prior to Disney Plus, Jones was a senior lawyer at Marvel Entertainment. His advocacy began at firms Munger, Tolls and Olson, where he focused on entertainment contract disputes. Jones earned his law degree from Yale Law School.

“Zen brings entrepreneurial depth and a global fluency to the strategic business,” F said during Jose’s rental announcement.

Chu Condi has also set up several promotions at Nast Entertainment:

  • Reggie Williams has been named SVP as the worldwide customer earning video; He joined the company in November 2012 as SVP of programming after working at BET and MTV.
  • Till Newland was promoted to SVP, Digital Video (English). New Zealand’s CNE has played a variety of roles since 2015, including the recent marketing SVP, new platforms and branded entertainment.
  • Easy chd-off now SVP, digital video (local language). He has been conducting and managing CondyNast’s digital video strategy in the UK and international markets since 2013.
  • Cecil Murias has been named SVP for its global physical production. He joined CNE Studios in April 2020 to oversee US digital video production. Earlier, Murias was an independent, co-founded the sports and culture media company LeBron James and Maverick Carter.

CNE announced Christian Mack as chief content operations officer last month, with dual reporting to Anna Wintore, Chu and Condy Nast’s global chief content officer.