The decision underscores support for Rivkin’s vision of the MPA as the “voice of the global film, television and streaming industry,” the MPA said in a statement. Based in Washington, D.C., Rivkin has led the entertainment industry’s most prominent lobbying organization since 2018.
“I’m excited to lead the MPA for a third term and to represent iconic member companies that exemplify ingenuity and innovation,” Rivkin said. “As the world’s largest content creators, co-producing and investing in more local productions than ever before, MPA members are constantly pushing the boundaries of storytelling around the globe to delight audiences everywhere, on every available screen. Our members’ films and series are among the most accessible and prominent cultural exports, and they drive the creative economy both in the United States and overseas. This is the best job in the world, and I look forward to creating new ways for storytellers to reach even bigger audiences in the years ahead.”
The MPA’s primary focus is safeguarding its member studios’ intellectual property rights by combating piracy, engaging in government relations, participating in international efforts and collaborating with law enforcement in cases concerning intellectual property theft and piracy issues. The MPA also administers the letter-grade content…
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The post “MPA Extends CEO Charles Rivkin’s Contract For Three More Years” by Diego Ramos Bechara was published on 01/18/2024 by variety.com