Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment veteran exec Mike Dunn is taking over as president of the unit responsible for the sales, marketing and distribution of all Fox film and television programming on DVD and VHS in North America. He replaces Pat Wyatt who resigned a few months ago to produce anime DVD premiere movies. Dunn, who was EVP of sales and marketing after a 16-year career with Fox, will report directly to Fox Filmed Entertainment chairmen Tom Rothman and Jim Gianopulos. In 2002 the company under Dunn's guidance had five consecutive #1 debuting DVD releases, vendor of the year awards from leading retailers and two of the topselling titles for the year with ICE AGE and STAR WARS: EPISODE TWO ATTACK OF THE CLONES. Dunn also served as SVP of Europe for Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment International (TCFHEI) where European revenues nearly doubled during his tenure. Before his European post, Dunn was SVP of marketing for TCFHEI in Los Angeles where he established important TV and sports franchises. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment is a unit of Fox Filmed Entertainment, a Fox Entertainment Group company. For more on DVDs and videos available from Fox go to www.foxhome.com.