Co-CEOs of the studio will now oversee the projects in the pipeline. Selig will announce a new China/US initiative within the next year. He will continue producing children's content for the global market.
Following the implementation of strategy, Studio 100 and Josh Selig and Sharon Gomes, CEO and COO of Little Airplane Productions, have mutually agreed to part ways. “Due to the impact of the ongoing COVID 19-pandemic on Studio 100’s business, we have decided to further integrate the activities of our Studio 100 International business unit under the leadership of Barbara Stephen and Martin Krieger to create a more streamlined organization,” Hans Bourlon, founding shareholder and CEO of Studio 100 said.
Little Airplane Productions was acquired by Studio 100 in 2017 and has allowed Studio 100 to expand its activities into both the USA and China. “I want to sincerely thank Josh and Sharon for their hard work and commitment to Little Airplane and Studio 100 over the last 3 years and wish them all the best in their future endeavors,” Bourlon said.
Following his departure after three years of working with the company, Selig is now set to present a new China/US initiative in the upcoming year. He will continue to create and produce children’s content for the international media market.
Barbara Stephen and Martin Krieger, Co-CEO’s of Studio 100 International, will work with the team at Little Airplane to continue steering the projects that are currently in the New York studio’s pipeline. “While our collaboration has come to an end, I have every faith in the team at Little Airplane and Studio 100 to continue delivering the kind of high-quality preschool shows that Little Airplane is renowned for,” Selig said. “I wish them all the very best!”
While our collaboration has come to an end, I have every faith in the team at Little Airplane and Studio 100 to continue delivering the kind of high-quality preschool shows that Little Airplane is renowned for. I wish them all the very best!” Josh Selig CEO, Little Airplanes