Michael Rosenberg joined Entertainment One in 2005 when the company acquired Koch Entertainment, where he served as president, and now he says he’s decided to leave the company to pursue other interests. The move is effective October 31. Based in eOne’s Port Washington, New York office, Rosenberg has been responsible for eOne’s U.S. Home Entertainment division under David Reckziegel, President, eOne Films North America, and held corresponding responsibilities with the group’s music distribution business under Michael Koch, CEO, eOne US. “After 26 years with Koch and eOne, it’s now time for me to take on other challenges. I am very proud of our team in the U.S. and the business we’ve built together, and I’ve really enjoyed my time as part of eOne. It’s been a pleasure to have been part of such a talented group during what has been a transformational period for film and music distribution in the U.S. I leave the company in good hands and look forward to opening a new chapter in my life,” said Rosenberg in a statement. Dylan Wiley continues to lead the company’s U.S. theatrical film marketing and sales activities, reporting to Reckziegel who oversees all North American Film operations. The company plans to announce further updates to its U.S. leadership structure in the coming weeks. (Note: Michael Rosenberg, EVP U.S. Scripted Television, remains at eOne in LA.)
EOne Films U.S. President Michael Rosenberg To Exit
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