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Hatamiya Made SVP Sales & Marketing For SPTI

Kim Hatamiya has joined Sony Pictures Television International (SPTI) as svp, sales and marketing, based in Culver City, California. Hatamiya brings 20 years of experience and extensive expertise in marketing for international television ventures, Internet content and children's television. Hatamiya has launched and managed international channels, including Canal Fox, Fox Kids U.K. and Fox Kids Latin America. She also has in-depth experience with new product launches and business development.

Hatamiya is responsible for overall marketing at SPTI, including all advertising, publicity, promotions, creative services and research, as well as overseeing the marketing efforts of all SPTI regional offices around the world. She will be based in Culver City, California.

Hatamiya served as svp/gm of television and film for Mindrocket Media/JP Kids, Inc., an independent multi-platform children's and family media company and the producer of the series THE FAMOUS JETT JACKSON on The Disney Channel. Previously, Hatamiya was svp of marketing at Passport New Media, Inc., where she oversaw the launch and branding of the company's flagship product Your Own World, a safe Internet-based service for children.

Before joining Passport, Hatamiya served as svp of Fox Kids Worldwide, where she was responsible for launching Fox Kids U.K. and Fox Kids Latin America. Prior to Fox Kids Worldwide, Hatamiya was svp/gm of Canal Fox, Fox Television's cable network in Latin America. Hatamiya also was director of international operations for Home Box Office, planning the launch of new versions of HBO around the world. She began her career as a financial analyst on Wall Street for Morgan Stanley.

SPTI is a Sony Pictures Entertainment company, distributing U.S. series around the world. With dedicated offices in Brazil, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Mexico, Spain and the United Kingdom, SPTI oversees production in eight countries and regions. For more information on SPTI call (310) 244-4000.

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