The Motion Picture Association Of America (MPAA) has announced key promotions in its content protection operations.
Mike Robinson is promoted to executive vice-president of content protection, chief of operations, and Kevin Suh becomes senior vice-president of content protection, internet.
Suh will continue to report to Robinson who reports to Daniel Mandil, senior executive vice-president, general counsel and chief content protection officer.
In his expanded role Robinson, a former director of the Michigan State Police who joined the MPAA in 2006, will continue to lead worldwide content protection enforcement operations and countermeasures for the MPAA and its member studios.
Suh’s expanded role means he will continue to oversee the MPAA’s worldwide content protection enforcement strategies and operations as they relate to internet content theft. He previously served as vice-president of content protection, internet, and joined the MPAA in 2006 .