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Multimedia entertainment studio Electus has announced several new promotions within its global distribution arm.

ElectusCyrus Farrokh has been promoted to SVP and head of sales for Electus International, and is responsible for overseeing the markets of Scandinavia, Asia Pacific, France and Italy.

Meanwhile, Brad Jorgensen was promoted to SVP and head of Worldwide Operations, and Max Richards became manager, sales and acquisitions, responsible for sales in Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa (CEEMA), and Asia.

Paulette Bensussen has been promoted to head of Latin America distribution and production, where she will be responsible for sales in Latin America, Spain, Portugal and Israel. And Nick Wang has been promoted to director, and is responsible for sales in the Middle East.

“Our 2016 line-up represents our strong commitment to bringing exemplary programming to the market,” said John Pollak, president of Electus International. “We are also dedicated to building the best team in the business, and these well-deserved promotions reflect that.”

Additionally, Electus International unveiled highlights of its television programming slate. These include original series concepts developed by Electus and its creative partners, as well as successful third-party series that Electus has acquired for international distribution.

The company most recently secured the global distribution rights to Cheaters, in a deal that totals 330x60’ episodes and 660x30’ episodes.