Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Announces Key Leadership Changes for 100th Oscars

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has made significant changes to its leadership, with Teni Melidonian being promoted to the newly created position of Chief Oscars Officer and MaryJane Partlow to Executive Vice President, Awards Production and Special Events.

Melidonian will be responsible for leading strategy, talent relations, special events, and production teams for all awards programs and events, as well as working closely with the Oscars producers, show host, Disney, ABC, and Academy leadership.

She will also oversee Oscars ad sales, marketing, and audience growth strategies globally. On the other hand, Partlow will lead the teams in producing all awards' special events throughout the Oscars season. These changes are seen as vital to the Academy's evolution and success as it approaches its 100th Oscars and beyond.

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