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Terry Press to head DreamWorks Ani Marketing - The Hollywood Reporter 2/3/06

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  • Terry Press to head DreamWorks Ani Marketing - The Hollywood Reporter 2/3/06

    Feb. 03, 2006

    Press heads marketing at D'Works Ani
    Terry Press, who has served as marketing head of DreamWorks SKG for the past 10 years, has been named worldwide head of marketing at DreamWorks Animation, which was spun off in a public offering from DreamWorks last year. Press will be headquartered at DreamWorks Ani's Glendale offices, where she will oversee all marketing for the company's animated movies. She also will be its senior liaison with the marketing team at Paramount Pictures, which will release DreamWorks Ani's movies now that Paramount has acquired DreamWorks. DreamWorks Ani's next release is "Over the Hedge," a tale of forest creatures doing battle with suburbia, scheduled for domestic release May 19. (Gregg Kilday)
    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/thr..._id=1001956890
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