Paramount Pictures has named Mary Daily President of International Theatrical Marketing and Worldwide Home Media Entertainment.Daily most recently served as President and Chief Marketing Officer, Worldwide Marketing for Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, and will start her new job Sept. 18. In her international theatrical marketing role, Daily will report to Paramount President of Worldwide Marketing and Distribution Megan Colligan, and will spearhead the design, development and implementation of all the studio’s marketing and advertising strategies for its international releases.
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