BTI Studios has rearranged a number of its senior management roles as a response to the evolution of the broadcast sector.
Elodie Powers who currently oversees the company’s US operations, will now also oversee Global Timed Text Services.
In the new role, Powers will manage a VoD team handling domestic and European clients.
The firm’s director of international sales Carlo DeCianti has also been promoted to global VP of sales and business development.
In his new role, DeCianti will move to Los Angeles where he will help to ensure US and international clients benefit from BTI Studios’ service offerings.
In addition, Anja Pajor MD of the company’s recent acquisition of Dubberman will take on the role of MD Dubbing.
Lastly, Robert Holmström will take on the new role as chief technical officer, where he will be responsible for IT, systems and MCR across the company.
Mazin Al-Jumail, MD of BTI UK, has also revealed he will be departing from the firm.
Björn Lifvergren, CEO and founder of BTI Studios, said: “We are all experiencing a rapidly changing media industry with huge expansion into multi-platform consumerism.
“With this in mind we have redefined the roles of some of our highly talented senior personnel to ensure that we continue to provide the exceptional levels of service our clients have come to expect.”