Abacus Media Rights names Diane Tripp as Head of Program Sales for North America

The distribution expert will oversee content licensing, co-production deals and strategic development opportunitioes in the US and Canada. She landed the role following success sales of popular titles such as "The Battle For Britney: Fans, Cash And A Conservatorship," and "The Missing Children" worldwide.

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Abacus Media Rights recently appointed veteran industry executive, Diane Tripp as lead of programmming sales and agent, responsible for program sales in the US and Canada. "I’m thrilled to work with Jonathan and join the AMR team. They’ve grown tremendously over the last year with an incredible catalogue of programs, and I look forward to building on that success," Diane Tripp, said.

With more than two decades of experience specializing in global content licensing, co-production deals and strategic development, Diane used the experience she garnered as a leading industry consultant Tripp Media, focusing on content strategy and negotiating global licensing deals with a focus on North America.   

Prior to launching her previous company, she built her career at The Fremantle Corporation where she licensed a wide range of US hit TV series across the globe, overseeing all aspects of distribution.“Diane leverages her market knowledge and close relationships to maximize content reach and efficiently drive business growth and we are extremely pleased to have Diane looking after our expanding catalogue in the US," Jonathan Ford, Managing Director, AMR, said.

The company has previously garnered positive feedback from its previous sales, which include "The Beatles And India," "The Battle For Britney: Fans, Cash And A Conservatorship," "The Missing Children," "In The Cold Dark Night," "In The Footsteps Of Killers," "In The Shadow Of 9/11," "Kill Thy Neighbour," "Killer In Plain Sight," "Killing Escobar," "One Of Ours," "Meet, Marry, Murder," "The Trick, Trickster" and "When Missing Turns To Murder." 

I’m thrilled to work with Jonathan and join the AMR team. They’ve grown tremendously over the last year with an incredible catalogue of programs, and I look forward to building on that success.” Diane Tripp