Home Brew Promotes Sam Gibney to President – The Hollywood Reporter
Digital marketing and production company Home Brew has promoted Sam Gibney to president.
Gibney, now in his ninth year with the company, previously served as creative director of motion and operations, roles that have helped him develop and produce a variety of digital, social and technology strategies for the company’s entertainment clientele across TV, film, and streaming.
As president, Gibney will oversee Home Brew’s client portfolio, domestic and international growth, and implementation of new technology and business structures while reporting to Grant Nemirow, Director CEO of parent company Terry Hines & Associates.
“Sam has proven to be a born leader who fosters growth from creative abundance,” Nemirow praised in a statement. “He talks about his vision in a way that all can understand and comes from a proven humility that empowers those around him to find his greatness. surname. His promotion to president is hard to win, and that is evident by the respect, admiration and trust of his team and we look forward to seeing his leadership. him more as we are forging a new era for Home Brew that includes groundbreaking, inspiring and innovative work. ”
Gibney added: “I look forward to entering an era of growth, innovation in new areas and above all, establishing an environment where this incredible team feels appreciated, heard and empowered to be the best. A leader is only as strong as the support of his/her team, and I have that 1000 percent with Home Brew. This is until 2022.”
Home Brew recently oversaw social campaigns for Warner Media’s Tom & Jerry: Movie Sete, Universal’s Nobody, by Hulu Shril, HBO Max’s Justice League by Zack Snyder and more. Home Brew’s customer list includes partners ABC, Amazon Studios, AMC, Bleecker Street, Blumhouse, Disney, DreamWorks, Focus Features, FXX, Google, HBO Max, Hulu, NBC, Netflix, Nintendo, Open Road, Universal , Vertical Entertainment, Paramount, Searchlight Pictures, Sony Pictures, Warner Bros. and WE tv.