Anonymous Content Taps Veteran Literary Agent Kristina Moore For Media Rights Division

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EXCLUSIVE: Anonymous Content has hired Kristina Moore to its growing Media Rights Division.

Moore joins from The Wylie Agency, where she spent the last ten years as a literary agent specializing in fiction and nonfiction as well as managing authors’ estates.

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She joins Anonymous Content’s Media Rights co-heads Howie Sanders and Kassie Evashevski along with recently hired managers Brooke Ehrlich and Geoffrey Sanford. Moore will be based out of Anonymous Content’s New York office.

“Our goal is to build a team of world class representatives at Anonymous Content,” said division Co-Heads Sanders and Evashevski, “Kristina is an incredibly impressive and accomplished colleague who shares our passion for story and character. With her on board, we are very excited for what 2019 holds and what we can no doubt accomplish with our stellar team of colleagues.”

Prior to joining Wylie, Moore worked in the DC office of the law firm Akin Gump in the Supreme Court and appellate practice, where she wrote for SCOTUSBlog. She graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College with a degree in history and literature, and was President of The Harvard Crimson – only the eighth woman to hold that position.

With over 30 managers on its roster, Anonymous Content continues to expand its Management Division alongside its Commercials, Music Videos, Branded Content, and Film and TV divisions.

This article was printed from https://deadline.com/2019/01/anonymous-content-hires-literary-agent-kristina-moore-for-media-rights-division-1202536255/