With some 70 percent of its 7 billion monthly views (primarily on YouTube) coming from outside of the United States, Maker Studio is becoming a a big global player. To build out its global footprint, the Los Angeles-based company is launching native language operations in several countries and is growing its international operations with offices in London and Singapore. In London, Maker will open a production studio in May, says Rene Rechtman, President, International, in this interview with Beet.TV
We spoke last night at the Maker Studios NewFront event.
The London-based executive joined Maker in January to lead the company's global expansion. He previously ran international sales for AOL.
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