TITAN1STUDIOS Appoints Perry Voulgaris as Director of Content Partnerships

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TITAN1STUDIOS is pleased to announce the hiring of Perry Voulgaris to the role of Director of Content Partnerships in TITAN’s Interactive and New Media Business Unit.

With over 20 years of senior media experience in digital and interactive focused roles with companies such as CBC, Bell Media, TSN, Neulion and Marble Media, Perry brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience to the TITAN1STUDIOS team.

“I am excited to start this new opportunity and look forward to working with the dynamic executive team, that as a startup studio, has already developed an extensive suite of content offerings,” said Voulgaris.

The seasoned media executive joins a team that already includes EMMY award winning producer Raj Dias (Zink Studios), Creative Director Taran Chadha (TAXI, OGILVY), Director of Marketing Aubrey Lovery (Canadian Tire, IMG) and backed by an investor group that includes Navaid Mansuri; who has held Senior Executive roles at Rogers Media, notably as Interim President of Rogers Television, VP of Finance & Programming at Sportsnet, and Executive-in-Charge of the Rogers led $100M Joint Venture Partnership with Vice Media.

Perry will support a suite of in-house intellectual property including the recently launched multi-platform SCI-FI Adventure series Knight Guardians of Relativity and seek partnership opportunities for TITAN’s growing list of literary and graphic novel adapted live action and CG animation based titles.

“We are excited to have Perry join our Senior Executive team and help execute on our vision to deliver cutting edge new media entertainment and brand-focused content solutions”, said Rathan Moorthy, Executive Producer & Publisher of TITAN1STUDIOS,

“Perry’s experience within media and entertainment, his energy, enthusiasm about VR, community involvement, and his proven track record for creating new business 2 of 2

partnerships that increase audience reach and deliver new revenue channels were determining factors in what was a competitive hiring process.”

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