Chris Petrikin, Paramount Pictures’ EVP of Global Communications and Corporate Branding, is exiting the studio, in accordance with a number of media stories.
Reps for Paramount and ViacomCBS didn’t instantly reply to TheWrap’s request for remark.
His departure follows the shakeup at CEO, with Jim Gianopulos set to depart by the top of this yr. Petrikin joined Paramount in 2017 and reported to Gianopulos, having beforehand spent 10 years at Fox as chief communications officer.
It’s attainable that others could observe Gianopulos, as different Paramount executives — together with Emma Watts, president of Motion Picture Group, and Chris Aronson, president of Domestic Distribution — additionally labored with Gianopulos at Fox previous to 2017.
On Monday, it was reported that Brian Robbins, the previous star of the 1980s sitcom “Head of the Class” and the founding father of AwesomenessTV, could be taking up the reins from Gianopulos. Robbins has earned a popularity for his youth-oriented content material at Nickelodeon since he grew to become its president in 2018 and is anticipated to assist the studio prioritize digital content material and streaming.
Prior to working at Fox, Petrikin labored on the William Morris Agency from 2002 to 2007. He additionally labored as a reporter at Variety and Inside Magazine.
Deadline first reported the information.
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