• Dan Cohen

    Chief Content Licensing Officer, Paramount

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  • Lisa Kramer

    President, International Licensing, Paramount Global Content Distribution

    Lisa Kramer is President of International Licensing for Paramount Global Content Distribution, where she leads international licensing and marketing teams for the division. With her oversight spanning 20 offices around the world, she leads the team distributing an extensive portfolio of film and television content outside the U.S. to both internal and external media partners.

    Kramer has held positions of increasing responsibility and scope since joining Paramount in 2006 as SVP of Television Distribution for Europe, when she spent her first two years in London staffing Paramount Picture’s first international television office after Viacom and CBS split. After overseeing EMEA from Los Angeles for many years, Lisa returned to London in 2017 to head up International TV Licensing.  While at the company Kramer has overseen numerous international volume and output deals with key media players and global streamers all around the world. 

    Prior to joining Paramount, Kramer held key television distribution roles at DreamWorks SKG and the Walt Disney Company.

    Lisa Kramer is President of International Licensing for Paramount Global Content Distribution, where she leads international licensing and marketing teams for the division. With her oversight spanning 20 offices around the world, she leads the team distributing an extensive portfolio of film and television content outside the U.S. to both internal and external media partners.

    Kramer has held positions of increasing responsibility and scope since joining Paramount in 2006 as SVP of Television Distribution for Europe, when she spent her first two years in London staffing Paramount Picture’s first international television office after Viacom and CBS split. After overseeing EMEA from Los Angeles for many years, Lisa returned to London in 2017 to head up International TV Licensing.  While at the company Kramer has overseen numerous international volume and output deals with key media players and global streamers all around the world. 

    Prior to joining Paramount, Kramer held key television distribution roles at DreamWorks SKG and the Walt Disney Company.

  • Meghan Lyvers

    Senior Vice President, Co-Productions and Development, CBS Studios International

    Meghan Lyvers is the Senior Vice President, Co-Productions and Development, CBS Studios International. Based in the Company’s EMEA headquarters in Amsterdam, she reports to Armando Nuñez, President and Chief Executive Officer, CBS Studios International, and David Stapf, President, CBS Television Studios.

     

    In this role, Lyvers develops new programming opportunities for CBS Television Studios in both the U.S. and the international market. She acquires new formats, identifies co-production opportunities and mines the Studios’ deep library as she looks to develop original series with CBS’ broadcast and streaming partners around the world. As part of this process, Lyvers works with the Studio’s extensive roster of writers and producers to create new content for international platforms.

     

    Most recently, Lyvers was Senior Vice President, Cable/Digital, CBS Television Studios, developing programming for basic, pay cable and premium streaming services. She joined the company as Senior Vice President, Drama Development in 2014, helping develop series such as MACGYVER, BULL and CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND.

     

    Prior to CBS Television Studios, Lyvers was a producer at Management 360, establishing their television division and building the company’s drama and comedy slate, including the upcoming AMC series “The Terror.” She also developed projects with their prolific roster of writer, director and actor clients across broadcast, cable and digital platforms.

     

    Previously, Lyvers served as Vice President, Development and Production at Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal’s Tribeca Productions. For more than a decade, she helped shepherd Tribeca’s feature film and television slate, including “About a Boy,” “Meet the Fockers,” “The Good Shepherd,” “Little Fockers,” “Being Flynn” and “NYC 22.” Lyvers was involved in the creation of the Tribeca Film Festival and Tribeca Film Institute with De Niro and Rosenthal, and she remains active with both organizations. She attended New York University.

    Meghan Lyvers is the Senior Vice President, Co-Productions and Development, CBS Studios International. Based in the Company’s EMEA headquarters in Amsterdam, she reports to Armando Nuñez, President and Chief Executive Officer, CBS Studios International, and David Stapf, President, CBS Television Studios.

     

    In this role, Lyvers develops new programming opportunities for CBS Television Studios in both the U.S. and the international market. She acquires new formats, identifies co-production opportunities and mines the Studios’ deep library as she looks to develop original series with CBS’ broadcast and streaming partners around the world. As part of this process, Lyvers works with the Studio’s extensive roster of writers and producers to create new content for international platforms.

     

    Most recently, Lyvers was Senior Vice President, Cable/Digital, CBS Television Studios, developing programming for basic, pay cable and premium streaming services. She joined the company as Senior Vice President, Drama Development in 2014, helping develop series such as MACGYVER, BULL and CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND.

     

    Prior to CBS Television Studios, Lyvers was a producer at Management 360, establishing their television division and building the company’s drama and comedy slate, including the upcoming AMC series “The Terror.” She also developed projects with their prolific roster of writer, director and actor clients across broadcast, cable and digital platforms.

     

    Previously, Lyvers served as Vice President, Development and Production at Robert De Niro and Jane Rosenthal’s Tribeca Productions. For more than a decade, she helped shepherd Tribeca’s feature film and television slate, including “About a Boy,” “Meet the Fockers,” “The Good Shepherd,” “Little Fockers,” “Being Flynn” and “NYC 22.” Lyvers was involved in the creation of the Tribeca Film Festival and Tribeca Film Institute with De Niro and Rosenthal, and she remains active with both organizations. She attended New York University.

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