The shake-up continues at Paramount Photography.
New Paramount Photography president and CEO Brian Robbins announced Thursday that Nickelodeon’s Ramsey Naito will succeed Mireille Soria as animation chief.
Naito’s title will likely be president, animation & pattern, Paramount Animation and Nickelodeon Animation. Soria, president of Paramount Animation, is leaving the firm. Her earlier job used to be president of Nickelodeon Animation, where she labored with Robbins, who continues to oversee Reduce.
“Ramsey is probably going one of many savviest executives and ingenious minds in our commerce. Throughout her time at Reduce, she has transformed and reinvigorated the Animation Studio division along with her bright industrial instincts, deep stable of relationships and distinctive stare for massive storytelling, and I’m ecstatic to enjoy her lift her abilities to this expanded position where she can additional elevate our overall animation industrial,” Robbins said in a assertion.
Added Robbins, “Mireille has been a motive power in constructing out a brand original, dynamic and trendy chapter of Paramount Animation. We thank her for her many contributions to the organization and want her the most energetic in her future endeavors.”
Beneath Naito’s leadership, Nickelodeon Animation launched its most energetic animation slate within the community’s 40+ three hundred and sixty five days history, feeding its enlighten material pipeline across all codecs and platforms.
Soria assumed her position as head of Paramount Animation in 2017. Her exit follows the departure of historical Paramount chairman-CEO Jim Gianopulos and motion community image president Emma Watts.