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THQ Announces New Product Development Appointments
Industry Veterans Danny Bilson and Roy Tessler to Help Drive New IP Creation and Product Quality Initiatives in THQ's Studios
AGOURA HILLS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 23, 2008--THQ Inc. (NASDAQ: THQI) today announced the appointment of two executives to newly created product development positions to help drive new intellectual property creation and product quality initiatives inside the company's studios.
"We have built a tremendous studio system to support our strategy of creating new franchises based on owned intellectual properties," said Jack Sorensen, executive vice president, worldwide studios. "With the addition of Danny and Roy, we are significantly enhancing our studio management infrastructure. Roy's strong project management experience will heighten our focus on our production processes, while Danny brings a wealth of creative experience that will be brought to bear on the production values of our titles."
Danny Bilson has been named vice president, creative development, worldwide studios. He brings to this role more than 20 years of writing, directing and creative development for all major entertainment mediums, including video games, film, television and comic books. As vice president of intellectual property development and creative director for Electronic Arts' worldwide studios, he played a key creative role in The Sims(TM), Medal of Honor(TM) and Harry Potter(TM) franchises, among others.
Roy Tessler has been named vice president, production, worldwide studios. Tessler joined THQ five years ago, first as general manager and co-founder of THQ's Studio Australia, where he oversaw that studio's growth to 70 employees in three years. Most recently, he served as general manager of Rainbow Studios, which recently developed the hit titles MX vs. ATV Untamed and Cars 2: Mater-National. Prior to joining THQ, Tessler held project management, studio systems and quality assurance roles for leading entertainment and technology companies, including Electronic Arts, Oracle and Informix.