Machinima Realm

Machinima names new chief revenue officer

Marc Verville comes to the gaming-centric MCN from Warner Bros.
April 2, 2015

Gaming-centric multi-channel network Machinima announced on Thursday it has hired Marc Verville as chief financial officer.

Reporting to CEO Chad Gutstein, Verville will be charged with guiding and developing the finance and business development teams, as well as working throughout the company’s divisions to help them exceed business objectives.

Last month, Machinima hired BlackTreeTV’s Jamie Weissenborn as chief revenue officer and Playboy’s James Glasscock as SVP of strategy and business development.

Verville comes to Machinima following nine years as a financial executive at Warner Bros., the last two of which were spent as VP of finance and business analysis in the Home Entertainment group. He managed strategic and tactical business analyses, primarily supporting the packaged-to-digital transition strategies in the U.S., as well as new business ventures globally. Prior to that, Verville served as VP and senior financial executive for WB Digital Distribution, helping provide strategic and financial planning and accounting support for the development of its VOD, EST and domestic, as well as its acquisition of Flixster.

Before coming to Warner Bros., Verville spent three years as SVP of corporate finance Gemstar-TV Guide International, and 11 years at the Walt Disney Company, the last five as the CFO for Walt Disney Television International in London.

Image: from Machinima Realm channel.


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