Stephen Moore Named President, Twentieth Century Fox International
Created 09/16/2001 - 00:00
Twentieth Century Fox has united its international theatrical and international home entertainment units under the supervision of Stephen Moore. Moore has been president of Twentieth Century Fox, Home Entertainment International (TCFHEI) since June 1997. In his new position as president of Twentieth Century Fox International, Moore will continue to oversee TCFHEI and will also oversee the company's international theatrical marketing and distribution operations, which will continue to be managed by Scott Neeson, president, Twentieth Century Fox International Theatrical. By combining the operations under Moore, Twentieth Century Fox expands its established emphasis on the international market, bringing together the film production of Twentieth Century Fox, New Regency, MGM and other co-financed and acquired films under its network of offices in over 60 countries. As president of TCFHEI, Moore has been responsible for setting the strategy and developing new business opportunities for the company's products in all territories outside North America. Moore joined CBS/Fox in 1987 as sales and marketing director and subsequently managing director. He was later named marketing director of Fox Video Ltd. and Twentieth Century Fox Film Company, Ltd. He then became senior vice president of TCFHEI, Europe in 1994.