Splash Entertainment promoted Pete Young to the position of director of development.
In his new role, Young is managing the company’s growing slate of entertainment offerings to appeal to a wider audience as the company positions itself for long-term growth. Young most recently served as director of performance capture for the company.
Young is currently overseeing Woody Woodpecker, a reimagining of the classic cartoon, R. L. Stine’s The Little Shop of Monsters, and R. L. Stine’s Rotten School, reporting to co-CEOs Mike Young and Steve Rosen.
“Pete is a true creative force and we’re very excited he will be expanding his position at Splash and helping to set the stage for the company’s continued success for years to come,” says Rosen. “He’s very much in-tune with young audiences and the content that best resonates with them, while also having a firm grip on the types of offerings that are most sought-after by studios and broadcasters around the world today.”
Additionally, Young is guiding the development of upcoming animated series, including NitWitz and The Legend of Hairy Butter and The Tremendous Tales of Talking Trash, Liberandum 7, and Ballerz Bunch along with feature film Littlest Robot.