Previously, Koondel served as Executive Vice President, Off-Network, Cable and Interactive Media for CBS Television Distribution, following its creation after the September 2006 merger of King World and CBS Paramount Domestic Television. Before the merger he had been Executive Vice President, Distribution, CBS Paramount Domestic Television, where he oversaw a national sales force for the division's off-network and first-run syndicated programming. Over the years, he played a key role in the integration of Viacom Productions, Spelling Entertainment, Worldvision and Rysher's television assets into CBS Paramount Domestic Television.Prior to CBS's separation from Viacom in January 2006, Koondel oversaw distribution for all of Paramount Pictures' theatrical features and managed its library of more than 3,600 titles. He first joined Paramount in 1994 as Eastern Division Manager in New York. He was promoted to Vice President of Off-Network Television Sales in 1997, and soon added first-run television to his responsibilities. In 1999, he was named Senior Vice President and National Sales Manager. Previously, Koondel held executive positions in sales and marketing at Tribune Television, A&E Cable Networks and Cox Communications.
Scott Koondel Named To Broader Role At CBS Corporation
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