Hero4Hire Creative Appoints Christina Augustinos Head of Content Production


Hero4Hire Creative The animation, graphic animation and mixed media studio has appointed Christina Augustinos to lead content production. A production and creative operations leader for creative marketing, branding and content initiatives, his work at Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network has garnered him industry accolades including Promax, Annie, Webby and BDA awards. as well as an Emmy nomination for Blues Clues & You interactive episodes.

“Knowing Christina for years and watching her career grow with major networks and brands, we are delighted to have her on board,” said Allison Dressler Kramer, Executive Producer and Studio Partner of Hero4Hire Creative. “Its high profile experience with some of the giants in our industry will allow the studio to tackle larger scale projects, develop original content and expand our already strong client base. “

Augustinos spent five years at Cartoon Network, gaining experience in production, including the animation and design process, before moving to Nickelodeon. There she rose through the ranks to Vice President of Production for the Brand Creation Team, where she oversaw the production of the Nickelodeon brand and promotional marketing campaigns for some of its iconic properties, especially Sponge Bob SquarePants, iCarly, and Big time Rush. She followed that up with a stint at Noggin as VP of Creative Operations. In this role, she oversaw the workflow for the interactive content production and marketing team at Noggin.

“I have watched the growth of Hero4Hire for over a decade; As I reconnect with Allison Kramer and hear about all of Hero4Hire’s emerging opportunities, I am delighted to bring my experience to the table, ”commented Augustinos.

Massachusetts-based Hero4Hire Creative provides end-to-end production services for brands and agencies while developing original intellectual property. Founded in 2010, the company’s main international clients include Nickelodeon, Sesame Workshop, Cartoon Network and Hasbro.

Source: Hero4Hire


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