Marenzi Joins Interactive TV Technology Company

PORTLAND, June 16: Ex-Paramount International Television
chief Gary Marenzi has taken on the position of president at Ensequence, a
provider of interactive television software and services that is headquartered
in Oregon.

The move is part of the company’s attempt to strengthen its
position with television programmers and expand its international presence.
Based in Los Angeles, Marenzi will be responsible for representing Ensequence
with the advertising and entertainment communities in the U.S. and around the
world. He reports to CEO Dalen Harrison.

Marenzi was most recently founder and president of Marenzi
& Associates, providing strategic management advice and implementation for
the media and entertainment industry. Earlier this year, he was enlisted by the Peace Arch Entertainment Group
as a senior advisor on television sales and corporate strategy. He served as president
of Paramount International Television from 1997-2004, and prior to that spent
four and a half years at MGM. "My career passion has been delivering
quality entertainment to the world markets, and I look forward to leading
Ensequence through this stage of rapid growth and beyond. The global creative
community is embracing interactivity as a key element in each new entertainment
production. Viewers are coming to expect interactive content on every
imaginable delivery platform in addition to traditional television, which
represents an incredible opportunity for Ensequence and the programmers,
advertisers and operators that we serve. I'm excited to join the team, as
Ensequence is well positioned to become the worldwide standard for interactive television programming and advertising
across cable, satellite, broadband, mobile and IPTV."