TheStreet Updates on Staff Additions and Appointments for TheStreetTV Team
Aug 26, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
TheStreet announced new additions and appointments to the video team under the leadership of Head of Video, Ruben Ramirez.
According to a release, Mark Sugarman has joined as Video Creative Director, Sophie Bearman, and Jeremy Jennings have joined as Associate Producers, and Daniel Lebo has been appointed to a new role as Video Optimization Manager. The team is responsible for producing video across the Company's brands including TheStreet, MainStreet and The Deal.
"As TheStreetTV ramps up video production there's a big focus on creating quality content that's engaging to viewers no matter where they choose to watch, be it mobile, tablets or desktops. Video consumption is shifting at warp speed and we want to be at the forefront of delivering compelling content that people can engage with" said Ramirez. "Our new team brings field experience as well as fresh insight to our ever-growing video program that will allow us to offer this to our audience."
Sugarman has joined The Street as Video Creative Director. Mark was recently the lead graphic designer for MSNBC's Ed Show. He has also worked at Fox Business Network. Prior to that, he was the lead motion graphics artist at Bloomberg TV where he spearheaded the Bloomberg on Demand program. Sugarman began his career in broadcast media at CNN and CNNfn primetime. He was the lead artist for both Lou Dobbs and the Paula Zahn show.
Lebo has moved to a new role as Video Optimization Manager and was most recently a Video Producer at TheStreet. In his new role, Lebo will be responsible for optimizing video search on various content distribution platforms.
Bearman has joined The Street as an Associate Producer. She chaired Harvard's newspaper's highly popular blog and oversaw a team of writers, videographers and photographers.
Jennings has joined The Street as an Associate Producer. Jeremy is a 2013 graduate of Radford University. During Jennings time at Radford he worked in the School of Communication in their campus broadcast studio.
TheStreet, Inc. is a digital financial media company.
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