Scott Greenberg, co-founder, and CEO of Fox-owned animation studio Bento Box Entertainment, has confirmed that he is leaving the company. With Bento Box and BCL well on their way to continued growth and success, now is the time to explore new opportunities. He will report to Michael Thorne, president of scripted programming at Fox Entertainment.
BCL is overseen by Melody Hildebrand, who serves as president. Greenberg Fox is also the CEO of Web3 media and creative technology company Blockchain Creative Labs (BCL). He will officially step down from both roles on May 19. Fox plans to use ‘The Simpsons’ clips in now-settled Dominion defamation suit.
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He’s an innovator who sees opportunity. Always ready to adapt and we look forward to the great things Scott does next. The Bento Box has quickly become an important pillar of Fox Entertainment. FOX is stronger because of Scott’s innovation. Under his leadership – built with boundless energy.
Senior Vice President of Development Cheryl Dolins now oversees both live-action comedy and animation programming and development at the company, working alongside Creative Director Ben Jones. They will jointly report to Coker, who will report to Michael Thorne, president of scripted programming at Fox Entertainment. BCL will be overseen by Melody Hildebrand, who serves as president.
Scott has been a great partner and friend, and while we’re sad to see him go, we’re excited for him to take another step forward,” Fox Entertainment CEOs Thorne and Rob Wade said in a joint statement. Greenberg’s departure was first reported by Deadline. This ‘Fast and Furious Arcade Cabinet Lets You Step Behind the Wheel as Dome Toretto.
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